Keegan Bradley takes off 115 yards for a two Eagle in a final hole to regain his share of the lead with Sam Burns in the Valspar Championship. Watch Weekend events live on Sky Sports Golf. By Keith Jackson Last updated: 05/01/21 12:36 am 1:00 Keegan Bradley dug a 115-yard wedge for a spectacular eagle as his last hole to take a share of the lead with Sam Burns in the Valspar Championship. Keegan Bradley drilled a 115-yard wedge for an astonishing Eagle two as his last hole to gain a share of the lead with Sam Burns at the Valspar Championship. Keegan Bradley regained his share of the lead in stunning style as he finished his second round of the Valspar Championship with Team Eagle II in Florida. Bradley, with two visible shots all night after his 64th opening, found himself two points late when Burns made five birds in six holes across from Copperhead Stadium in Innsbruck to race below 12, but former PGA champion Bradley produced the perfect response, cutting a wedge of 115 yards at the ninth that piled up a yard behind the pin and rolled it back into the cup – a shot that “turned a good day into a great day,” according to the American. Bradley had earlier started his second round with straight six-foot sparrows at 10 and 11 before dropping his first championship shot at 12, as he pulled close to goal and failed to climb up and down. He established himself with a powerful chain of parsers and drilled a pair of 15-foot-long strokes for a baby bird in the lead nine to put the title challenge back on the right track, his incredible finish capped at No. 66 and reclaimed with Burns at the top of the leaderboard. “It was a fun day and what a way to end. It was a blast,” said Bradley, who has not scored since beating Justin Rose in a playoff at BMW in September 2018. Sam Burns fired 63 to hit the top. Seeing it from where we are, so you kind of have to wait for a reaction and then when people raise their arms, that usually means it’s getting in. But, wow, what an exciting way to finish. ”Today’s tour was definitely a lot harder. I didn’t play cleanly. But my six o’clock eagle at nine really turned everything, and turned it into some kind of good day into something really good. So what a reward for that last hole. Burns sprinted to the third turn for a second day before starting his rapid ascent on the leaderboard with 20 feet for birds in 10th place, and after adding another on the long eleventh day, he got an extra bonus at 12 when his machine gun fell from a green cache in the cup three times Get the best rates and book a tour of one of the 1,700 courses across the UK and Ireland. Beat the house to complete 63, beating Bradley’s inaugural tour by one, and not realizing he kept a ghost away from his card until the reporter pointed it out afterward. At three and four I had six, maybe seven feet in order to say, ‘Feet a good bird at first, then I think those hits of three and four were just huge to keep the momentum going. And then we made up the first three from the back and then we were off the court. “There will be times in the rounds where it gets tough and I think in those moments is only mentally hung and only getting ready when he turns around. So I know there will be some challenges over the weekend, and I’m excited to have this opportunity. ”1:24 World No. 1 Dustin Johnson thinks he’s” really close “to his best when he’s reflected in a encouraging second round of 68 at the Valspar. World No. 1 Dustin Johnson believes he is “really close” to his best as he was reflected in a second encouraging round 68 at Valspar The top two have a four-shot advantage over the chasing group led by former US Open champion Lucas Glover (65) And Charlie Hoffman (66) and Max Homma (68), while England’s Tom Lewis entered the competition with 65. He raised him to seventh place. “I will be happy to continue playing well this weekend.” “I don’t know what the weather will be like during the holiday,” Lewis said. Weekend, but if that was the case, and if I could shoot in the ’60s both times, I’d be happy, and wherever that was, it’d be pretty cool.’ ‘The score was balanced with 2011 Masters champion Charles Schwartzl, whose Valspar victory remained another five years earlier. Win him the PGA Tour. Tom was Lewis is in disagreement after receiving Paul Casey’s 65th bid for a three-peat in Palm Harbor a heavy blow as he fired 71 Militants to stay at three under, nine from the lead alongside world-ranked Dustin Johnson, who showed glimpses of his best In 68 fans. World number 2 Justin Thomas couldn’t get anything to fall on the greens and only managed one bird all day at 16ft 71st, while fan favorite Phil Mickelson stunned two of the last three holes to miss a cut midway with just one bullet With fellow Ryder Cup teammate Patrick Reed. Live PGA Tour Golf May 1, 2021, 6:00 pm Live.