Like A Proud, Oversharing Parent, Boston Globe Embarrasses PGA Champ Keegan Bradley
Keegan Bradley had a great first date with America yesterday. The 25-year-old rookie won the PGA Championship in exciting playoff fashion, and his exuberance was generally a hit among fans. The first date went well. Mostly.
Bradley is a native of New England, and the Boston Globe was sure to point this out. On the front page of today's paper, they went with the headline, "Hopkinton's Bradley wins PGA." This is all well and good, because it's understandable that they'd want to point out that a native son just won his first major. Then, they started going through the photo album.
On the inside of the paper (and in online versions of their recap), the Globe ran old photos of Bradley when he was 16, and a student at Hopkinton High School. He is grinning goofily and wearing a green hoodie, and does not look as cool as he did when he was pumping his fist and knocking down birdies on 16. He will now turn red, get quiet for a minute, then ask the Boston Globe if there's anything they should probably be doing in the kitchen or something.
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