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Bubba Watson shows off amazing American flag shoes for Olympics

Bubba Watson will be teeing it up for America at the 2016 Rio Olympics next month and he is surely going to be a big part of our great country’s success. He wanted to make sure everyone knew what country he was representing when he showed off his amazing shoes he will wear in Brazil in August. Who's ready for the @Olympics? This Guy!! #USA #StarsAndStripes pic.twitter.com/2Fy9S3lzq7...
Via Campus Sports Net
19 hours ago  |  Discuss

Bubba Watson unveils his incredibly patriotic shoes for the Olympics

Bubba Watson is the top ranked player in the world that will be part of the (laughable) Olympic golf field in Rio de Janeiro following a torrent of dropouts, and the two-time major champion seems to be very excited about representing his country. Watson, who has been a part of three Ryder Cup teams, will be rocking the stars and stripes on a pair of Rickie Fowler-style high-tops...
Via Fox Sports
21 hours ago  |  Discuss

Bubba Watson one-ups his hovercart with a golf jetpack

Bubba Watson isn't like most golfers. He never received lessons as a kid, he has one of the most unorthodox swings on tour, and he buttons up his shirt all the way to the top. But what makes him even more unique than any of those facts is that he's thinking outside the box to make golf more appealing.Like designing futuristic "golf carts" with Oakley. You've probably heard of his...
Via Fox Sports
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Watch Bubba Watson Fly Over a Golf Course in a Jetpack

Bubba Watson is changing the way golf is played by flying around in a jetpack that looks like it's straight out of Back To The Future. Watson, a two-time major championship winner, teamed up with Oakley to make a jetpack in hopes of speeding up golf. "Golf is always looking to speed up play and that's what the jetpack is going to do," Watson said in a promotional video. ...
Via Stack
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Bubba Watson's wild approach shot somehow ends up on the train tracks

Sometimes, it just isn't your day. Bubba Watson knows that feeling after a rough third round at the British Open on Saturday.Watson caught a big break on the fourth hole when a sprinkler head saved his wild approach shot:However, any hopes Watson had of making an improbable charge up the leaderboard then flew off the tracks. Literally. On his approach shot on the 11th hole, Watson...
Via Fox Sports
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Bubba Watson’s great start undone by plugged ball in ‘coffin bunker’ (vid)

Bubba Watson, who typically struggles at links-style golf — especially at The Open Championship — stepped to the 8th hole at Royal Troon on top of the leaderboard with a 5-under start. Things came undone in a blink of an eye. As has been thoroughly discussed heading into this week’s major, the 8th hole — dubbed the “Postage Stamp” hole — has all the potential to wreak...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Bubba Watson ruined his round with a disastrous triple-bogey

Bubba Watson got off to a magnificent start Thursday at the British Open with five birdies in his first six holes, but he gave three strokes back after hitting his tee shot at the 123-yard par-3 8th hole in the one spot you don't want to land - the coffin bunker.The Postage Stamp is Royal Troon's most famous hole, and while it's short, the par-3's defenses are treacherous. Watson...
Via Fox Sports
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Bubba Watson is hitting some monster drives at the British Open

Bubba Watson is pretty pumped up at the start of the British Open on Thursday.He opened with a birdie, which is always a good confidence-builder. He followed that with a par.Then the adrenaline kicked in and Watson went nuts.First, he drove past the flag on the 382-yard par-4 No. 3, winding up on the back of the green. Then he went driver-wedge to hit the green on the 555-yard par...
Via Fox Sports
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Bubba Watson not afraid of Zika, looking forward to Olympics

Many golfers, and athletes in general, have backed out of the Olympics due to Zika concerns, but this has not fazed Bubba Watson. Watson is excited at the chance to represent the United States in the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics, and he plans to participate if he qualifies, as he told the Chicago Tribune: “For me, if I get in, it’s a no-brainer.” That’s a pretty simple...
Via The Comeback
June 20, 2016  |  Discuss

Bubba Watson opens up about fears, ‘mental issues’

Bubba Watson is not one of the more well-liked players on the PGA Tour, and a lot of that might have to do with him being misunderstood. Sharyn Alfonsi of “60 Minutes” recently profiled Watson, and what she discovered is that the 37-year-old could be the most anxious Masters champion in golf history. Watson and his caddie Ted Scott opened up about Bubba’s fears, and there...
Via Larry Brown Sports
April 04, 2016  |  Discuss
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