By Mike McAllister, PGATOUR.COM
IRVING, Texas -- It took 15 holes, but Keegan Bradley finally has made a birdie in Sunday's final round of the HP Byron Nelson Championship.
And now he has regained a share of the lead heading to the final three holes.
Bradley's birdie putt from 17 feet, 7 inches at the par-4 15th was set up with a great approach shot and moved him to 12 under. Tournament leader Sang-Moon Bae then followed by seeing his par putt from 4 feet, 8 inches lip out, dropping him to 12 under and into a tie with Bradley.
Bae had led playing partner Bradley by four shots through eight holes, but a double bogey at the ninth brought him back to the pack. Bradley had suffered two bogeys with no birdies through his first 14 holes before making the birdie putt, which he followed with a fist pump.
Charl Schwartzel continues to hang around and is only one shot off the lead going to his final hole of the day.