Burlington, Vermont -
(WPTZ) Soon after putting on a clinic for the participants of his charity golf tournament, Keegan Bradley hit what he calls "the shot of his life."
He played in with a group on the course, and and holed out his first shot in play.
It shot came on the 4th hole at Woodstock Country Club. Bradley was 125 yards out and hit a soft wedge, that landed directly into the cup.
The group earned an eagle on the hole thanks to their special guest.
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