BUBBA WATSON RUMORS & GOSSIP
The famous “General Lee” car used in the TV show “Dukes of Hazzard” will be getting a long overdue roof makeover.
In line with the wave of reconsideration about the use of the Confederate flag after the tragic shooting in Charleston, South Carolina, the car’s owner, two-time Masters champion Bubba Watson says that he’ll painting an American flag over the current one...
Bubba Watson announced on Twitter that he will ruin his John Schneider signed, Dukes of Hazard's 1969 Dodge Charger 'General Lee' by painting over the Confederate flag. Up next? Not capitalizing 'Confederate?'Bubba, before taking a #2 on 01
All men ARE created equal, I believe that so I will be painting the American flag over the roof of the General Lee #USA— bubba watson (@bubbawatson...
In response to the increasing controversy surrounding the Confederate flag, Bubba Watson announced on Thursday that he will paint over the one located on the roof of the “Dukes of Hazzard” General Lee 1969 Dodge Charger he has owned since 2012. All men ARE created equal, I believe that so I will be painting the...Read More
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I’m not sure we’ve talked about this dream start to the PGA Tour season, so let me just say THIS HAS BEEN A DREAM START TO THE PGA TOUR SEASON!
Ahem. Excuse me, got a bit excited there.
Jordan Spieth ... I’m sorry, let me call him by his real name, 21-Year-Old Jordan Spieth, has won the first two majors and is vying for the toughest accomplishment in all of sports in the Grand...
It was another tense, pressure-packed Sunday on the PGA Tour, but at the end of the day, the best player in the tournament was the one that got to raise the trophy at Connecticut’s Travelers Championship. Bubba Watson, now the world No. 3, defeated Paul Casey on the second hole of sudden death by sinking a timely 12-footer for birdie. This one will go in the books...
Bubba Watson made an 8-foot birdie putt on the second playoff hole Sunday to outlast Paul Casey and win the Travelers Championship for the second time.
Casey had overcome a three-stroke deficit with five to play, tying Watson at 16-under-par 264.
But Casey lost his chance at the title while playing the par-4 18th for the third time, when his third shot from a greenside bunker...
Via AP on Fox
7 days ago
Bubba Watson was forced to think a bit more Friday at the Travelers Championship, where the wind was a little stronger, the greens a bit firmer and the pin placements more challenging.
The long-hitting lefty shot a 3-under 67 to maintain the two-stroke lead he took with an opening 62.
"(Thursday) I added it up after I left the media center, I had three holes I didn't have a wedge...
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9 days ago
Things started out rough for Bubba Watson at the U.S. Open on Thursday, and he was caught on camera blaming the pace of play at one point. After hitting a poor second shot at the par-5 18th, Watson swung his club in frustration and complained about the speed of his round. Bubba Watson just shouted...Read More
Bubba Watson is showing that not even the most difficult greens will stand in his way at the US Open at Chambers Bay next week. Watson, who will be paired with Phil Mickelson and Angel Cabrera when the US Open begins the first round of play Thursday, shared a video on Twitter of him sinking...Read More
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Bubba Watson publicly is taking in stride the results of an unflattering poll that indicated he might not be the most-liked player on the PGA Tour. Results of a player poll conducted by ESPN were released on Monday, and it wasn’t complimentary to Watson. The odd scenario posed in the question notwithstanding — “_______ is...Read More
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