U.S. Open 2023: Keegan Bradley plays mini golf after missing cut at LACC, still uses AimPoint
Keegan Bradley missed the cut at the 2023 U.S. Open, but that didn't keep him from playing some golf on U.S. Open Sunday. Some mini golf, that is.
The five-time PGA Tour winner and 2011 PGA champ shared several cute photos of him playing with his sons on Father's Day, but one in particular caught our eye. That would be Bradley using AimPoint to line up a putt on the bright-green synthetic turf (see the third slide) as if he's competing in the final round:
Hey, practice makes perfect, right? And these guys are good—but they're also creatures of habit. We just hope he didn't hold up the entire course. Kidding, Keegan. Sort of.
Bradley finished T-7 at last year's U.S. Open, but shot 72-74 to miss the cut at Los Angeles Country Club. He will have somewhat of a home game this week at the Travelers Championship in Hartford. And if he putts well at TPC River Highlands, he might just have to make mini golf part of his normal tournament prep.