It was a bit more spontaneous than Tiger Woods and Matt Kuchar's choreographed 'Fresh Prince' homage, but Phil Mickelson and Keegan Bradley's Friday afternoon birdie celebration was just as awkward.
Golfers cannot celebrate, cannot react in jubilation without missing a high-five or looking a little bit too awkwardly measured before they do anything. Now comes Bradley, who was the spark for the American side last year at the Ryder Cup and had to sit down a session because he burned himself out.
This year, the duo struggled in their opening match but have it rolling in the lead-off Foursomes match so far on Friday. An eagle putt on on the 5th at Muirfield Village prompted this -- a rapid and aggressive approach by Bradley, followed by the pull-up in hesitation and tame buttslap. Bradley, however, doubled up walking off the green with a shove that Lefty didn't expect:
Golf! Go USA!