Keegan Bradley Drains Amazing Shot During Charity Event

By Andrew Fisher
Keegan Bradley
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Keegan Bradley made a splash back in 2011 when he won PGA Rookie of the Year. He also got everyone’s attention this past weekend at The Barclays when he shot a course record (63). Now, he’s gone viral with this amazing shot during a recent charity golf event:

The shot was from 125 yards out and it basically just went straight in the hole. It’s even tough to see the first time around, but it’s just because it goes directly in. I’ve never seen a shot quite like this one and apparently Bradley hasn’t either. “Did you guys get that on film? Christ sake, that’s the best shot I’ve hit in my life,” he said.

This charity event was in Woodstock, Vermont, which is also Bradley’s hometown.

Bradley has had a good year on tour so far in 2013, as he’s currently ranked 10th on the PGA’s money list ($3,180,813). He’s yet to record a victory, but he has finished in 2nd place twice, while also finishing in the top 10 on seven occasions. His claim to fame (besides this shot) is of course the fact that he won his major debut back in 2011, stealing the show at the PGA Championship.

At only 27-years of age, Bradley figures to have a lot of great golf ahead of him, but for now he’s likely just focused on maintaining his spot in the top 10. This crazy shot, however, might have been a once in a lifetime deal.


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