Keegan Bradley needs to watch "Frozen." He can't seem to let go of the 2012 Ryder Cup.
Bradley, who went 3-1-0 as a Ryder Cup rookie in the matches at Medinah, said in an interview with Golf Magazine that he still hasn't unpacked his suitcase after the Sunday meltdown that ceded a four-point lead to the Europeans, who won for the second-straight time.
"It's still packed up," Bradley said. "It's such a bummer, because I had all these plans. I had a bottle of Champagne that was left over from Chicago. I had a bunch of things I wanted to do with the guys, but we've got such a great group of guys that we're going to be tough for years to come."
Bradley had said he would unpack the suitcase if the U.S. won the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles in September. They didn't, suffering a five-point loss for the third setback in a row for the U.S.
Hopefully Bradley just decides to throw the suitcase away, not waiting until 2016 and a potential streak-buster at Hazeltine to uncork the luggage. He'll need a hazmat suit if he ever decides to open the thing.