Michael John Bradley is a professional American golfer who was born on July 17, 1966 in Largo, Florida. Bradley is best known for playing in the PGA Tour as well as the Canadian Tour.
When he turned pro in 1988, Bradley immediately joined the Canadian Tour. A year later, he was victorious at the Ontario Open, and soon claimed the 1990 Quebec Open. During those years, he was also quite memorable when he was able to shoot a 59 while playing at Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
After going through qualifying school in 1992, Bradley was finally able to join the PGA Tour and participate from 1993 to 2000. During those years, he was successful in winning the Buick Challenge in 1996, as well as the Doral-Ryder Open in 1998. It can be said that it was in 1996 that Bradley enjoyed the best season of his time playing in the PGA Tour, and had even made some memorable shots during the events.
Throughout his years playing golf, Bradley has garnered 5 professional wins and has appeared in all of the Major Championships. However, he has not yet won any one of the four Major Championships.