If you’ve ever seen Keegan Bradley in action, you know he has a pretty unique pre-shot routine.
We’re not even sure quite how to describe it, but twitchy, twirly and quirky are all words that come to mind:
A fan named Jack Bartlett has tweeted several spot-on imitations of golfers, and he clearly has Bradley down to a tee:
Following my first impression yesterday of DJ I thought I’d share another with you all. Can you guess who!? Side note, I’m not a voice impersonator like the talented @ConorSketches I’m all about the mannerisms and swing #JBimpersonates pic.twitter.com/XbDaKZngB3
— Jack Bartlett (@JackBartlett1) 8 November 2018
Bradley caught wind of the imitation and even gave it his seal of approval:
Haha this is good! https://t.co/rRk70EO0zi
— Keegan Bradley (@Keegan_Bradley) 9 November 2018
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