Golf Innerview with Ann Liguori

Pat Bradley talks LPGA's past, present, future

The hall of famer, winner of six majors and 31 LPGA titles, joins host Ann Liguori to discuss the state of the tour and a number of its rising stars

Six-time major champion Pat Bradley was honored, along with fellow hall of famer Beth Daniel, at the LPGA's Cognizant Founders Cup at Upper Montclair Country Club in Clifton, New Jersey.

Bradley joined "Golf Innerview" host Ann Liguori to talk about Nelly Korda being a "generational talent" and how far the LPGA has progressed since the 1970s and 1980s, when she won 23 of her 31 tour titles.

[2:14] Pat Bradley on the LPGA's 13 founders that the Cognizant Founders Cup is named after 
[3:12] Being honored with Beth Daniel throughout the week 
[3:36] The play of Rose Zhang and Madelene Sagstrom
[5:12] Winning the 1983 Chrysler-Plymouth Classic at Upper Montclair Country Club
[6:21] Nelly Korda being a "generational talent"
[8:30] Ending Nancy Lopez's five tournament win streak in 1978
[10:00] How the LPGA has progressed since Bradley was a tour mainstay for nearly two decades starting in 1974
[13:12] On the Massachusetts Golf House featuring all of her memorabilia with a room — across from the Francis Ouimet room — devoted to her successful career

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