Bubba Watson is in China this week, Japan next week, and there's one more stop in Thailand before the year is over.
Bubba Watson's appreciation for international play; Dustin Johnson tries to watch hockey
The final World Golf Championships event of the year convenes on Thursday in Shanghai, China, with the HSBC Champions. Bubba Watson is the defending champion at Sheshan International, a course where long hitters have dominated. The world Nos. Show More Summary
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Bubba Watson tweets a picture of himself spooning the Presidents Cup
I’m not really sure how the trophy-sharing situation works at these team golf events, like the Presidents Cup, but apparently Bubba (...)
Just having some fun.
With his match just minutes away, Bubba's biggest weapon breaks in two on the driving range at the Presidents Cup. Maybe the biggest weapon in all of golf is the driver of Bubba Watson, so that's not a good sight when he's due on the first tee for the USA team in about 10 minutes. Show More Summary
Adam Scott got the ball rolling in the 11th Presidents Cup on Thursday with his first drive at Jack Nicklaus Golf Club Korea, as he and International team partner Hideki Matsuyama take on Bubba Watson and J.B. Holmes in the opening foursomes.
Bubba Watson and the rest of the players on the U.S. and International teams will have to deal with constant clicks and shutter noise from "selfie, cell phone picture-taking" fans at the Presidents Cup. Bubba Watson, if he has not already been informed, will know soon enough that cell phones outnumber citizens in South Korea. Pres Cup nugget No. Show More Summary
This year, the two-time Masters champion has seen his results - good and bad - eclipsed by those of his stellar rivals.
Most of the best golfers in the world are in South Korea for the Presidents Cup. The competition doesn’t start until Thursday, (...)
Two-times Masters winner Bubba Watson says he has learned a valuable lesson from Jason Day about aggression.
The PGA Tour's only scheduled Friday start begins with Jordan Spieth, Jason Day, and Bubba Watson together again in the morning wave of the first round. In the nearly 12-month PGA Tour schedule, there is just one tournament with a scheduled Monday finish. Show More Summary
Bubba Watson takes extra day off at Deutsche Bank for mild back pain
Two-time Masters champion Bubba Watson skipped the Deutsche Bank Championship pro-am Thursday because of a mild back injury.
By John Coyne Copyright © John Coyne. Used with permission. METAPHORICALLY SPEAKING, WE MIGHT SAY golf literature is like one of Bubba Watson's famous drives: long and high and very deep. Great golf prose has been with us since the days when Mary, Queen of Scots, first played the game as a school girl in France. Show More Summary
Jordan Spieth will lose his No. 1 world ranking come Monday and thanks to Jason Day and Bubba Watson's contention at The Barclays, he may lose his lead in the FedExCup standings. The No. 1 player in the FedExCup standings, Jordan Spieth, made an early exit from The Barclays on Friday afternoon. Show More Summary
Bubba Watson is atop the leaderboard at the start of the third round of The Barclays.
Bubba Watson holds the lead at the midpoint of the FedExCup opener in New Jersey. The first two legs of the FedExCup playoffs do not feature the typical full field of players you get in a regular season tournament. The Barclays includes the top 125 in the FedExCup standings and that's pared down to 100 for next week's Deutsche Bank Championship. Show More Summary