2012 Travelers Championship: Keegan Bradley At 4-Under-Par, Will Make Cut

Vermont native Keegan Bradley will make the weekend cut at the 2012 Travelers Championship after shooting 4-under-par between his rounds on Thursday and Friday at the TPC at River Highlands in Cromwell, Conn. Bradley made the cut for the weekend in 2011 at the Travelers Championship but finished tied for 63rd at 4-under-par.

Bradley had three birdies and one bogey on the day on Friday. All three of the birdies were on the front nine while the lone bogey was on the back nine. Bradley's performance has him currently tied for 16th. Fredrik Jacobsen, the defending Travelers Championship winner, is leading the tournament in the clubhouse with a score of 9-under-par. Play is currently suspended due to inclement weather. The projected cut line is at even par.

For the full 2012 Travelers Championship field, visit the tournament's official site.

Read more about the Travelers Championship right here at SB Nation Boston. Also be sure to visit our dedicated golf hub page for additional news and analysis on the PGA Tour.

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