Keegan Bradley even anchors his eating utensils

Stuart Franklin

Keegan Bradley has a lot on his plate, what with the prospect of having to kick his anchoring addiction or switch to a shorter flat stick, defending himself against cheating charges, and playing a pro-am with ESPN’s Chris Berman.

At least the 2011 PGA Champ, who hopes he and fellow belly putter enthusiast Brendan Steele can defend their Franklin Templeton Shootout title this week, has a sense of humor about all the commotion over the way he clasps the club. As last year’s rookie of the year tweeted back to Rickie Fowler, who revealed that Bradley employed a familiar technique at the breakfast table, he’s batting 1.000 as a member of the clean-plate club.

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And for both of those Boomer fans out there, here’s Bradley’s tweeted pic of the not-self-aggrandizing-at-all U.S. Open broadcaster’s golf bag:


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