Found April 08, 2012 on
Whatever anyone may think of their gender politics, it's undeniable that at the Masters, they stage the greatest show in sports.
That much was obvious after golf's most thrilling tournament was won, fittingly, by maybe its most thrilling player on an action-packed, sun-soaked Easter Sunday afternoon.
Bubba Watson is a one-of-a-kind.
He's never had a golf lesson in his life and has a home-made swing that suits his go-for-broke personality; he's a high-energy bundle of nerves and prodigious length and boundless creativity with a limited attention span and a pink driver.
In his world, there is no punctuation.
Thoughts just shoot by, a million miles an hour; like a swarm of bees, they never stop distracting him.
At the presentation ceremony, instead of thinking about the magnitude of what he'd done, Bubba was staring at a helicopter in the sky and wanting to ask Charl Schwartzel, the defending champion presenting him with the green jacket - who's also a pil...
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The new Masters champ says he had to switch phone numbers after one ESPN radio show refused to stop calling him for interviews.
Bubba Watson is currently on top of the golf world after clinching the prestigious green jacket Sunday at the Masters. It was a victory that Watson earned by making some remarkable shots all over Augusta — none more than his shot from the pine needles on the second playoff hole. Like the rest of us, Eagles quarterback Michael Vick marveled at how the lefty was able to pull off...
Masters’ champ Bubba Watson went on CNBC Tuesday to chat golf with Darren Rovell. Before the segment, Watson wandered on to the set and photo-bombed the anchors while they had no idea what was going on – or at least did a good job acting.
I’m telling you, the sports world needs more Bubba Watsons. This guy just plays golf and enjoys the crap out of himself in a first class...
Bubba Watson had reason to feel like a rock star.
His playoff win at the Masters on the second extra hole stretched into early evening, and when he finally slipped on the green jacket during the trophy presentation, the flashes from so many cameras danced across his face like strobe lights.
''I'm not ready for fame,'' Watson said. ''I don't really...
On Sunday afternoon at Augusta, pink became the new green. Bubba Watson, one of the most popular players on tour, earned his first career major in a big, big way by defeating Louis Oosthuizen in a playoff thanks to an unforgettable shot on 10. After the two players both parred 18 during the first playoff hole, a pair of wayward tee shots at 10 left the tournament up in the air for...
Someone wise once said, “It’s not where you start, but where you finish.” Telling words for all athletes and other professionals who have to endure heartache and failure to be able to achieve success. The road for professional athletes to stardom aren’t always the easiest paths to walk. A lot of athletes are given great athletic abilities from God, but they have to work to...
<a href="http://www.mogreet.com/moshare/it/" class="moshare-button" data-channel="wordpress-1.2.4" data-message="Bubba Watson just won the Masters, so you should know who he is by now. What you may not know is that Bubba happens to be a part of the Golf Boys. The golfing boy band includes Watson, Rickie Fowler, Ben Crane and Hunter Mahan; all...
We always have fun on SILVERMAN: On Sports and tonight was no exception. Bubba Watson, Bubba Watson, Bubba Watson. The Georgia Bulldog is your 2012 Masters champion!
There was a great article by the Sporting News exposing Urban Meyer for the fraud that he is and we not only discussed it, but we actually had a caller that graduated from University of Florida that could not defend...
Louis Oosthuizen on heartbreaking loss to Bubba Watson at Masters.
If you won the Masters in Augusta, Georgia on a Sunday, what would you do immediately do the next night?
Based on the picture below, which I just found here at GordonKeith.com, it looks like what Bubba Watson would do is fly to Arlington to catch the stateside debut of Yu Darvish.
Okay, so that’s not the real Bubba Watson (duh), but you have to give the guy props for timing and...
This is why we watch sports. For the train wrecks, the surreal, and the unimaginable.
Bobby Petrino gets in a motorcycle wreck probably crossing train tracks. The wreck is bad, but the cover-up becomes worse.
It’s the kind of stuff that would be hard to write for a screenplay. The least likely scenario turns into a can-you-believe-it soap opera with deception at every turn.
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