Bradley is the President of the Midwestern Amputee Golf Association and the Vice-Captain for Team USA for the 2020 Phoenix Cup that will be played in Scotland. Bradley has been a below the knee amputee for five years now after battling osteomyelitis for years and several surgeries. Since his amputation, Bradley has become a fixture in adaptive golf in the Midwest Region. Known for his Loudmouth Golf attire that he wears at adaptive golf tournaments and his leg socket, Bradley stands out from the crowd.
Bradley has also started teaching and mentoring other individuals. He is an Amputee Peer Counselor through the Amputee Coalition and an Adaptive Golf Coach with Freedom Golf Assocaition. “I believe that making golf accessible to everyone willing to play is important. When I had my amputation, I sought out MWAGA because I wanted to play again so badly after being laid up for almost a year prior. The look on someone face when they realize they can still play golf is one of my favorite things”.
When Bradley isn’t playing golf, he enjoys his time with his family doing a lot of other activities. He is even a student, working to earn his Master’s Degree in Instructional Design at Northern Illinois University.