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Bubba Watson is known for being one of the most fun-loving guys on the PGA Tour. Whether he is in his Hovercart, making a Golf Boys video, photobombing fellow golfers or buying 60+ people food at Chipotle, he’s always being a funny guy. This new video he made while in Rochester, New York preparing for the PGA Championship is absolutely hysterical. At least Bubba is relaxed coming into the PGA Tour’s next big tournament. [Bleacher Report]
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Bubba Watson is still having the most fun of anybody on the PGA tour. The wacky power-swinger posted this video of himself practicing for the 2013 PGA Championship by driving a golf ball off of a deck while one of his buddies retrieves the ball by catching it in a net. Given Bubba’s strange look and actions in the video, I’m not sure if alcohol is involved or if the guy is just...
When Bubba Watson debuted his rapping skills in Golf Boys, it was pretty much confirmed that the super serious golfer was more like your typical local university frat boy. He’s quirky and uses every excuse to be as silly as possible. Bubba continues to not disappoint his fans. CBS Sports has gotten ahold of footage of Watson diligently preparing for the PGA Championship. Watch...
After shooting a 69 during the 2nd round of the Bridgestone Invitational in Akron, Ohio, Bubba Watson went to Chipotle to enjoy a burrito. According to Webb Simpson’s caddie, who took the photo of the receipt, Watson bought food for 60+ people and tipped $100. Even though Watson finished tied for 27th, a gesture like this will earn him a lot of good karma in the future and...
With an upside visor and sunglasses falling off his face, Bubba Watson brings us the weirdest preparation you'll ever see for the 2013 PGA Championship.
Tiger Woods coasted to a seven-shot victory at the Bridgestone Invitational after parring 16 holes in an even-par 70 Sunday for his eighth win at the event. “As blustery as it was, it was going to be really hard for someone to shoot 62 or 63,” Woods said, via the Associated