Why does the win of Adam Scott in the 2013 Masters hold such a place in your heart?
It's just that Adam was the first Australian golfer to win the Masters.
There have been so many other Aussie golfers who have got there and failed to win. I still get goosebumps when I watch the video of the game.
The final putt was amazing considering the pressure Adam would have been under to win the golf classic.
Have you played much golf?
Yes. I started playing golf at a young age in Colac.
My dad Mick loved sport and one of his loves is golf and it's much the same for me. I love to have a hit of the golf ball when I get a chance.
The lowest my handicap has been is three, but sadly for me it's out to five at this stage. I'm trying to get my handicap down.
Bradley, would it be fair to say your love for sport came from your dad Mick?
Yes. I would say it's right.
I love all sports and I've played a fair few, but that was always going to happen when I was raised in Colac.
I played basketball, baseball, squash, footy and cricket to mention a few.
Sport is a wonderful way to form new contacts and relationships.
Sport is always a great talking point among people and I've been fortunate to have worked in sport for so many years.
I played junior cricket and footy in Colac.
I was not a superstar in either sport, I just loved playing them and I was fortunate to have played in a couple of premierships in both sports.
My highest score as a cricketer was 93 not out for Colac one day.
I played senior footy out with Koroit in 1997 before playing for Allansford for a few years. I ended up being the runner at Allansford for a couple of years.
What year did you start as a cadet journalist at the Warrnambool Standard?
It was in early 1996. I had worked as a newsroom assistant at the Herald-Sun - which was a glorified title for a copy boy - which meant I worked in different sections of the newspaper in late 1995, but I always found myself going back to the sports department because I loved sport.
My first job at The Standard involved things like Wendy's Page and doing the Tides and Times, after some time in general news I went to sport.
Peter Fletcher was in charge of sport.
I learnt so many things off Fletch in my eight years at The Standard.
He taught me how to build contacts and relationships with people.
He taught me how to write colour stories and gather news. I worked in the sports department with Fletch for years.
He stood aside and let me cover the Hampden Football Netball League in 1999 while he looked after the Warrnambool and District Football Netball League.
The 1999 season was when Camperdown, under Ken Hinkley, were premiers and champions.
It was a big thrill to cover HFNL In that season.
Undoubtedly, Fletch has had the biggest impact on my life and my career.
He's just a genuine bloke who cares about people.
I must admit, I've been staggered that the Hampden Football Netball League has not added Peter Fletcher to its Hall of Fame.
Fletch covered HFNL for nearly 30 years.
He did a marvellous job in that time, not only promoting and doing stories on the HFNL but for footy in general across the region.
Fletch is not one to blow his trumpet.
But I will - it's time his name was put in the HFNL Hall of Fame.
I had a wonderful time at The Standard, working with talented passionate people in all areas of the paper.
I hate to individualise people in my time at The Standard but I must mention Andrew Thomson.
He helped me out a lot regarding general news stories.
The Standard gave me a great grounding for my career.
I left The Standard in late 2003 and joined 3YB. It was just the next part of my journey.
I worked in the newsroom at 3YB for three years and enjoyed it before going to the Geelong Advertiser for seven years.
I covered all sports for the Addy.
Having an AFL side in the town means you were always busy.
It was a highlight to be at the MCG in 2007 working for The Addy when Geelong broke its 44-year premiership drought - even though I barrack for Collingwood.
Bradley, where did your working career go after the Geelong Advertiser?
I worked at Inside Football and radio station SEN in Melbourne before working for Netball Australia in media communications for three years, and then I joined the Geelong Chamber of Commerce in early 2018.
I had a stint working with the Victorian Chamber of Commerce before getting my dream job.
What was your dream job?
I took over a 12-month maternity position as a senior media advisor for the Melbourne Cricket Club.
The Melbourne Cricket Club, which oversees the MCG and the National Sports Musuem, has 130,000 members and another 200,000 waiting to join.
It's one of the biggest sports clubs in the world.
It was an honour to work for the Melbourne Cricket Club, and to work at such events as the grand final and the Boxing Day Test, to name a couple.
It was disappointing to leave the job.
But I knew it was only a 12-month job.
I now work for Melbourne Water as a senior media advisor.
I've had a great working career and fondly remember my time working in Warrnambool.