Bradley Hughes (born 10 February 1967) is an Australian professional golfer.
Hughes was born in Melbourne.
He turned pro in 1988.
He has played on the PGA Tour of Australasia (1988–), European Tour (1990, 1996), Japan Golf Tour (1992–94), PGA Tour (1997–2002, 2005) and Nationwide Tours (2003–04, 2006).
He has won five times in Australia and once in the United States.
He was on the 1994 International Team for the inaugural Presidents Cup as a last-minute replacement for Greg Norman.
Hughes remains the lowest-ranked player ever to compete in the Presidents Cup, 117th at the time of selection.Hughes set the tournament record of 268 (24 under par) in the 1998 Australian Masters which still stands today.
He also holds the record for the largest winning margin on the Asian Omega Tour when he won the 1996 Players Championship by 12 strokes.Hughes now teaches golf in Greenville, South Carolina.