Bubba Watson was at it again this week. The noted joker happened to see golf writer Alex Miceli filming a live segment for Golf Channel's "On the Range" show ahead of The Barclays when he decided to have some fun.
Watson began with a routine videobomb before progressing to some pantomiming behind Miceli. He began shaking his head, pretending like he was falling asleep, and he looked at his watch as if he were bored. The Masters champion even pretended to take a phone call behind Miceli.
Miceli continued talking with a serious face for over 20 seconds, and it wasn't until he stopped talking that he realized Watson was behind him.
Pro golfer Bubba Watson videobombed Alex Miceli during a live television interview on Golf Channel's On The Range during Wednesday's episode, which covered The Barclays golf tournament. Imagine viewers trying to pay attention to anything Miceli had to say while Watson was pretending to be bored by rolling his eyes, nodding his head and looking at his watch. After talking...
2012 Masters champion Bubba Watson has been very quiet since winning the Green Jacket back in April. In fact, his T10th placed finish at The Barclays was only his second Top 10 finish since The Masters. But if he's not contributing memorable moments on the golf course, at least Bubba can do so off the golf course. Observe this excellent videobomb of a report from...
That wacky Bubba always getting into trouble...
Earlier in the week, the 2012 Masters winner decided to play a prank on Golf Channel's Alex Miceli while he was on camera.
Miceli was shooting a live segment for "On the Range" before the Barclays when Bubba decided to do a little bit of photobombing:
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