Keegan Bradley fired a 2-under 68 on Sunday to win the Travelers Championship by three strokes for his sixth victory on the PGA TOUR and second this season.

Zac Blair enjoyed the best score of the final round, shooting an 8-under 62 to finish the tournament in second place, tied with Brian Harman.

1 Keegan Bradley -23 68
T-2 Zac Blair -20 62
T-2 Brian Harman -20 64
T-4 Patrick Cantlay -19 67
T-4 Scottie Scheffler -19 65
T-4 Chez Reavie -19 71
T-7 Rory McIlroy -18 64
T-7 Denny McCarthy -18 67

A New England native, Bradley was delighted to secure the win in front of his home crowd at TPC River Highlands.

“This is for all the kids who grew up in New England who’ve got to sit through the winters and watch other people play golf,” he said after his victory, according to Golf on CBS. “I am just so proud to win this tournament.”

He added, “I just can’t believe it, this seems like a dream.”

Bradley entered Sunday’s action with a one-stroke edge, but he birdied three of his first six holes to jump out to a six-shot lead. Despite the fact that his back nine was mired by three bogeys, Bradley was able to hold on for the win.

He broke the tournament 54-hole scoring record at 21-under after shooting a 6-under 64 on Saturday. His 257 aggregate score after four rounds beat Kenny Perry’s total of 258 in 2009 for the new lowest mark at the event.

Bradley’s 23-under through four rounds also set a tournament course record, surpassing Perry by one shot.

Bradley also won the Zozo Championship in October by one stroke over Rickie Fowler and Andrew Putnam.

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