Jim Furyk may have lost the Bridgestone Invitational today but he sure didn’t give it away. Keegan Bradley went out in his last round and took it from Furyk. Furyk could have forced a play off if he could have played the 72nd hole the way he played it in the three previous rounds. Both Bradley and Stricker shot 64 in the last round. Stricker ended up in a tie for second place with Furyk and they would have to watch as they handed the giant check and the trophy to Bradley.

Now Furyk has to go to the PGA Championship knowing he somewhat choked on the last hole of a world golf championship.

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