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Friday
Sep282012

Viral GIF: Phil, Uh, Encouraging Keegan

The Big Lead with the GIF of Phil Mickelson giving Keegan Bradley a little pat on the tush. Over and over again.

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this plays over and over again on my screen. creepy.
09.28.2012 | Unregistered Commentersmails
"You're a monkey boy aren't ya? Yeah...you're a little monkey boy Keegan...You're lean mean, and not so far in between!"
09.28.2012 | Unregistered Commenterjohnnnycz
LOL LOL..Oh Phil
09.28.2012 | Unregistered CommenterIHA
Was that the look of terror on Keegan's face today or what. Something was chewin' a hole in his Hilfigers today, a new level of pressure. You can always tell how tight your opponent is by the way he celebrates winning a hole.

Well done boys, both of you weren't exactly playing well coning in.
09.28.2012 | Unregistered CommenterD. maculata
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Before they teed off, Davis Love said to Phil, "I know he's a nephew of Pat Bradley's, but keep him loose."

Unfortunately, Phil didn't hear him properly (possibly because he had jism in his ears from the traditional Thursday night circle jerk and bukkake session in the American team room), so all he heard was: "Pat Bradley's butt. Keep him loose."

I do have hopes that Keegan Bradley will be the first PGA Tour player out of the closet. No-one would be surprised, surely. And it may encourage a few others to do the same, which would also liberate some of these hot (if a little generic) Barbie Doll wives that they're using as covers and put them back on the market.
09.28.2012 | Unregistered CommenterBlackballed Vijay
Blackballed Vijay: Could your comments have been any dumber? I don't think so...
09.28.2012 | Unregistered CommenterMr Jeff
Dear Mr Jeff.

I could have been dumber.

I could have deconstructed and analysed the one-second incident and published the results in a magazine, as several dozen others have rather pointlessly done.

I could have stated that there has never been a gay professional golfer in history, against incredible odds.

I could support the "don't ask, don't tell, don't even dream about considering thinking about it" policy of the PGA Tour.

But I prefer to think that there's a lot of closet gays on tour, and I wish they could be more comfortable about being open about it.

And if the Ryder Cup doesn't encourage a circle-jerk, what does?
09.29.2012 | Unregistered CommenterBlackballed Vijay
Hey B-BalledVJ: Some folks here are humour impaired....personally I thought your comment was kinda funny albeit the Jism line might've crossed the line by a fraction...but hey the uber god fearing Bobby Clampett is called "The reverend Jism" in some circles.


As to answer your question about if there has ever been a successful PGAT pro who "plays for the other team"...then look no further than man guiding the European side. This hasn't been confirmed, but stories from the road tend to have legs.
09.29.2012 | Unregistered Commenterjohnnnycz

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