AimPoint Twitter account HITS OUT at Paige Spiranac over Keegan Bradley comment

Paige Spiranac roasted Keegan Bradley for taking his time on a short putt, and AimPoint, the putting method adopted by the American, has hit back at her on Twitter. 

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Sun, 27 Mar 2022
AimPoint Twitter account HITS OUT at Paige Spiranac over Keegan Bradley comment

AimPoint's Twitter account has hit back at Paige Spiranac after she roasted Keegan Bradley for taking 46 seconds over a four-foot putt at the WGC Match Play earlier this week. 

Bradley, who was facing Jordan Spieth in round one on Wednesday afternoon, was seen taking ample time using the ever-popular AimPoint putting system to read his four-foot putt for a halve on the fourth hole.

He then missed the putt. 

Related: Paige Spiranac slams Keegan Bradley for taking an age over a short putt at the WGC Match Play



AimPoint is an express method of reading the break on a putt using a three-step system designed to help you read a putt better. 


In response to watching Bradley take 46 seconds to hit his putt, Spiranac tweeted: "Nightmare fuel."



It was not just Spiranac who commented their frustration at Bradley's pace of play as a number of golf fans and golf media got involved in the debate. 

Spieth went on to defeat Bradley 2 up, but both players were eliminated from Group 11 on Friday. 




Two days later, AimPoint's Twitter account hit back at Spiranac's tweet. 

"It's interested (sic) how miss anti-bullying @PaigeSpiranac was so quick to ridicule Keegan Bradley for taking a little extra time (26 seconds, gasp) to read a high-stress putt during match play," tweeted AimPoint.

"But I'd like to thank her for helping to shatter my all-time daily DVD sales for free."



That particular tweet has since caused a number of people to get involved and give their verdict on AimPoint, which is also used by the likes of Brooks Koepka, Dustin Johnson and Adam Scott on the PGA Tour. 

Spiranac has since tweeted about AimPoint: "They on my s**t list now."

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