For a relative newcomer to the PGA Tour, Keegan Bradley has received more than his fair share of ridicule for everything from his anchored flat stick, to his incessant spitting, stink-eye putting prep, switch to a Rickie Fowler-esque flat-billed cap, and, of course, his pre-shot cha-cha.
On Monday night’s episode of "Feherty," the 2011 PGA champ and rookie of the year not only gets it from Golf Channel’s resident funny man but has some fun at his own expense.
"I realize that it’s so bizarre ... I hear about it on Twitter every single day from people that are real experts," Bradley says sarcastically to David Feherty in the show that airs July 29 at 10 p.m. ET. "I catch a lot of flak for it on tour from [Twitter pal Jason] Dufner and these guys, they make fun of me ... and I have to take it."
Bradley, who hopes to defend his 2012 Bridgestone Invitational title against Tiger Woods and the rest of the field this week at Firestone, notes that his unique style has become his signature.
"There’s not a person in the world that does what I do," says Bradley, whose pinpoint accuracy with a wedge at his Florida home proves that Feherty is all wet.