Louis Oosthuizen, Michael Bradley withdraw from Byron Nelson
Citing injuries, Louis Oosthuizen and Michael Bradley did not play in Sunday's final round of the Byron Nelson Championship.
Louis Oosthuizen and Michael Bradley, who were 3 under and 2 under, respectively, withdrew before Sunday's final round of the Byron Nelson Championship due to injuries.
Oosthuizen, the highest-ranked player in the field and the 2010 British Open champ, cited a neck problem; Bradley had a back issue.
Oosthuizen entered the tournament as the world's No. 7-ranked player. He was at 3-under 207 and tied for 32nd place.
At 13 under entering the final round, Keegan Bradley was the wire-to-wire leader at the TPC Four Seasons Resort in Irving, Texas. Click here for the updated leaderboard.
Oosthuizen is expected to play in next week’s Colonial, while Bradley is not a listed participant, the Associated Press reported.
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