It's the golf offseason, which means players are busy working on new equipment or spending time with family or just taking a break from the game. It's a time to relax and have a little fun with the game of golf, and nobody is betterShow More Summary
Tim Mitchell reports on Bubba Watson's 81 at Pelican Hill last month
Golf's governing bodies have made it clear that an anchored putter is a big problem and we have a countdown until they are outlawed on the PGA Tour, but that might not be the biggest problem, according to one former major winner. Bubba...Show More Summary
When a video appeared online this spring showing golf champion Bubba Watson driving the Golf Cart Hovercraft ($58,000), many viewers assumed it was an April Fools' Day gag. But Watson's go-anywhere buggy is real, it's "about the whiz-bangiest...Show More Summary
Slow play has emerged as the biggest problem on the U.S. PGA Tour and the game needs to speed up even at the amateur level, according to 2012 U.S. Masters champion Bubba Watson.
This is pretty brilliant, and it's not a This is SportsCenter commercial...yet. Golfer Bubba Watson posted this video on his Youtube page of him golfing through ESPN's newsroom, complete with taking a shot off of an employee's keyboard while standing on her desk chair. That poor, poor keyboard. Show More Summary
Printstant Replays immortalizes some of the most memorable plays in various American sports leagues, from the ’72 Steelers’ luckiest of lucky plays, to Bubba Watson’s ridiculous hook shot in 2012 to MJ’s last shot with the Bulls.
RT @PaulTesori: @bubbawatson made over 60 people happy they chose #chipotle tonight. pic.twitter.com/aguqF0wh78. #Matthew6 — bubba watson (@bubbawatson) August 2, 2013 Read more...
Golfer Bubba Watson, the 2012 Masters champion, walked into an Akron, Ohio Chipotle restaurant on Friday and bought food for over 60 people. Watson then gave the Chipotle staff a $100 dollar tip. Webb Simpson’s caddie Paul Tesori tweeted to his followers: @bubbawatson made over 60 people happy they chose #chipotle tonight. Show More Summary
Professional athletes don't normally hit up fast food restaurants, but on the PGA Tour if there is an exception, it's Chipotle. The burrito chain is a staple on a lot of lists, allowing players to eat fairly healthy while getting some...Show More Summary
With balls rolling 50 yards and more on most holes, players are getting plenty of distance off the tee at the British Open. Bubba Watson hit a 315-yard 6-iron during his round on Friday, but Charl Schwartzel topped that on Saturday. More:...Show More Summary
Your browser does not support iframes. If there is a guy in every field that appears to enjoy his fun, it's Bubba Watson. Already the winner for the best photobomb of the week at the British Open, Watson became the interviewee on Tuesday...Show More Summary
A limited edition replica of Bubba Watson’s BW1 hovercraft golf cart. It has a 65hp engine and can hover forwards and backwards while making minimal noise. Can’t afford it? Don’t worry: the cart will also be deployed in golf courses soon. Hat Tip Link Link 2 Price: $58K
When we first saw the BW1 golf cart hovercraft, it's fair to say we were excited. But now -- if you're the kind with a burdensome disposable income -- you can buy one for yourself. If you're willing to drop the requisite $58,000, you can cruise the fairway (not to mention the rough and water obstacles) in a BW1 of your very own. Show More Summary
Last April, professional golfer Bubba Watson announced that he had co-developed the world's first hovercraft golf cart. Because it floats on a level of air, placing 33 time less pressure on the ground than the average human foot, the...Show More Summary
Golf will never be the same Back in April, we brought you the story of an amazing hovercraft golf cart PGA star Bubba Watson demoed in spectacular fashion. Alas, we noted with some displeasure, the incredible vehicle was just a prototype...Show More Summary
Bubba Watson is the hovercraft-riding, swashbuckling, devout Christian, self-taught 2012 Masters winner who recently came under fire at the Travelers Championship after he berated his...
Bubba Watson could probably lobby for commissions after the company that makes the hovercraft golf cart the 2012 Masters champ made famous in a YouTube video gone viral sold two of the other-worldly conveyances to a golf course in Ohio for use by its patrons. The Windy Knoll Golf Club in Springfield will become the first in the U.S. Show More Summary
The beneficiary of Bubba Watson's meltdown at the Travelers Championship was Ken Duke who won the tournament in a playoff. The win was 44-year-old Duke's career first, who is proving that patience can pay off on the PGA Tour, even for a mediocre golfer. Show More Summary
Bubba Watson was having a pretty good round at the Travelers Championship but then his caddie went and screwed everything up. Well, that’s who Bubba blamed. The golfer entered the 16th hole at the Travelers with a two-shot lead. Bubba hit his drive way over the green and ended up with a triple-bogey. Show More Summary