Keegan Bradley has one of the most unique and repetitive routines in golf. He takes several steps toward the ball, almost doing somewhat of a dance, before actually lining up to hit. So what happens when something disrupts Bradley’s pre-shot performance? You don’t want to find out.
In this video, a drone with a GoPro was the culprit. The drone buzzed around above Bradley’s head while he was trying to sink a putt, and Bradley was not happy. He responded by lacing several golf balls at the hovering drone until he eliminated it.
Keegan: 1, Drone: 0
It takes real talent to be able to hit a flying object with a golf ball, but that’s why he’s on the PGA Tour, right?
A lesson to be learned: If you ever have a buzzing drone problem at your local country club, you know who to call.