Keegan Bradley Overtakes Jim Furyk To Win Bridgestone Invitational

Jim Furyk lost a four-shot lead as Keegan Bradley came from behind to win the Bridgestone.

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Keegan Bradley Stuns Jim Furyk To Win Bridgestone Invitational

Keegan Bradley comes from behind to grab the Bridgestone Invitational from a shocked Jim Furyk

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WGC-Bridgestone Invitational 2012: Rain Delay Changes Tee Times For Leaders

A storm front moving through northern Ohio has suspended final-round play for the WGC Bridgestone Invitational.

With just over half of the field out on the course, the remaining tee-times have been adjusted, with play expected to continue just after high noon. Players are already back out on the driving range after a near three-hour delay.

Adjusted tee-times for the leaders are as follows:

12:40 p.m. (originally 10:00 a.m.) : Jim Furyk, Louis Oosthuizen, Keegan Bradley
12:30 p.m. (9:50 a.m.) : Rory McIlroy, Steve Stricker, Bo Van Pelt
12:20 p.m. (9:40 a.m.) : Justin Rose, John Senden, Luke Donald
12:10 p.m. (9:30 a.m.): Jason Dufner, Graeme McDowell, Simon Dyson
12:00 p.m. (9:20 a.m.) : Branden Grace, Martin Laird, Bill Haas

Assuming the wind and rain move through and do not stick around in to the afternoon, expect some great golf scores posted on a now softer Firestone Country Club.

Notable scores posted before the late-morning rain delay include:

Tiger Woods: 1-under through two holes (1-under overall)

Bubba Watson: 3-under through three (2-under)

Phil Mickelson: 2-over through four (5-over)

Retief Goosen 3-under through five (1-under)

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2012 WGC Bridgestone Invitational Leaderboard: Jim Furyk In Front, Tiger Woods Not

Jim Furyk is rather easy to find on the WGC Bridgestone Invitational leaderboard. That's his name right up there at the top, two shots ahead of the field after two strong days. Tiger Woods, however, is missing in action.

If one were to scan all the way down the leaderboard, they might miss Woods. At 2-over for the tournament, Woods is in a tie for 44th, 13 shots back of Furyk. While anything is possible, we can probably go ahead and write him off for the week after rounds of 70 and 72 to open the tournament.

Furyk, on the other hand, followed up a first-round 63 with a 66 on Friday. That puts him at 11-under, two shots better than Rafael Cabrera Bello. Louis Oosthuizen is at 8-under for the tournament and alone in third, while Jason Dufner is four shots back, at 7-under for the tournament.

For a live leaderboard, visit Golf.com.

For news and updates throughout the week at Firestone, stay with this StoryStream. For all your golf news as the season's final major approaches, visit SB Nation's golf hub.

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Bradley unconcerned about belly ban

Keegan Bradley is not afraid to use a short, flat stick, but he'll use his belly putter as long as it's legal.

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WGC Bridgestone Invitational 2012: Tiger Looks To Take Back Firestone

Tiger Woods returns to Firestone Country Club with the potential of breaking yet another PGA Tour record.

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