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
Jordan Spieth misses the cut and will lose his world No. 1 ranking.
Spieth loses out on weekend and world ranking as Bubba Watson takes lead at Barclays
Bubba Watson was wrapping up his complaints to reporters about Plainville Country Club (nothing about the venue for this week’s first FedEx Cup playoff game suited him except his tourney-leading score) when Jason Day pitched a softball...Show More Summary
Bubba Watson and Jordan Spieth started the FedExCup Playoffs going in the opposite direction; now Spieth will have to grind to make the cut and keep his No. 1 world ranking. The FedExCup opened on Thursday with the No. 1 player in the world and the dominant point standings leader posting his worst round of the year. Show More Summary
Watson posted a five-under-par 65 on Thursday to share the first-round lead with Spencer Levin, Camilo Villegas and Tony Finau.
Bubba Watson has a good hair flow situation. But even he paid homage to Jason Day’s son Dash’s hair on Thursday at The (...)
Bubba Watson charged into a tie for the early first-round lead at The Barclays on Thursday while newly crowned world number one Jordan Spieth struggled to his worst score of the year in relation to par.
Phil and Bubba make the turn at The Barclays atop the leaderboard while Jason Day, just 2 shots back, appears to have re-injured his back. Bird(ie) is the word for Phil Mickelson and Bubba Watson early at The Barclays, as both guys kicked...Show More Summary
Bubba can get Belichick to smile.
If this whole golf thing doesn't work out, Bubba Watson might have a shot at the NFL.
Bubba Watson made an appearance at the Greenbrier on Thursday, but the West Virginia golf resort’s resident PGA Tour pro was not there to model his two green jackets but rather to show off his football abilities. And to hang out with...Show More Summary
Golfer Bubba Watson shows off quarterback skills with Saints' Drew Brees, Sean Payton
Bubba Watson bombed his drive on the par-5 5th hole on Sunday at the PGA Championship. 313-yards, to be exact. Unluckily for him, he missed the fairway to the right, and his ball came to rest on top of an ant hill. Bubba is known for...Show More Summary
On 5 yesterday, Bubba Watson’s ball came to rest against an anthill. That led to a genial discussion with a rules official over whether Watson was allowed to take a drop. The official classified the anthill as a “loose impediment”; Watson...Show More Summary
Bubba Watson didn’t record the lowest score at this weekend’s PGA Championship at Whistling Straits (he finished tied for 21st at 7-under), but I still think he deserves a trophy for driving the ball OVER THE GREEN on the 404-yard par-four 13th hole. So Bubba hits it far pic.twitter.com/8mehEIN5pL — Michael Shamburger (@mshamburger1) August 16, […]
Ranking 8-17-15 Name Events Played 1 Jordan Spieth 56 2 Rory McIlroy 46 3 Jason Day 39 4 Bubba Watson 45 5 Justin Rose 52 6 Jim Furyk 42 7 […]
SHEBOYGAN, Wis. -- Whistling Straits is playing more difficult on Sunday for the final round of the PGA Championship, but that doesn't mean good scores aren't to be had. Bubba Watson and Phil Mickelson both showed that the par-4 sixth...Show More Summary