2012 Travelers Championship: Keegan Bradley Finishes Tournament At 6-Under-Par

Vermont native Keegan Bradley finished his 2012 Travelers Championship at 6-under-par after at 2-under-par 68 round on Sunday at the TPC at River Highlands in Cromwell, Conn.

Bradley shot a 68 every day of the tournament except for Saturday when he shot 70. Bradley is currently tied for 29th in the tournament, an improvement over his finish of 63rd in last year's Travelers Championship.

There is a two-way tie for the lead between Marc Leishman and Charley Hoffman at 14-under-par. Leishman was 8-under-par on Sunday and is in the clubhouse. Hoffman is 5-under-par on the day and is on hole 17. Last year's Travelers Championship winner, Fredrik Jacobsen, finished at 11-under-par for the tournament after a 2-under-par round on Sunday.

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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