Keegan Bradley tried to make things interesting for the fans at the Travelers Championship
on Sunday. Beginning the day 6 strokes behind Chez Reavie, Bradley made a back-nine charge
to trim Reavie’s lead to just one stroke through 15 holes, before a double
on the 17th hole ultimately ended his chances. Despite Bradley’s surge,
Reavie still held a commanding win probability advantage the entire day,
never falling below a 72% chance to win. It’s easy to underestimate how much
win equity 1 stroke is worth at any point in a golf tournament, but
especially down the final stretch of holes.