Bubba Watson’s charitable arm is in action again.
Golf Men’s individual final round, 6:30 a.m. — Golf Channel: Great Britain’s Justin Rose holds a one-shot lead over Sweden’s Henrik Stenson heading into the medal round for men’s golf. Bubba Watson, tied for fourth, is the leading American player at 6 under. Track and field Women’s marathon, 8:30 a.m. — NBC: Ethiopia’s Mare Dibaba is […]
Bubba Watson posing in the third round of the 2016 men’s Olympic golf tournament. (Getty Images) Medal count | Olympic schedule |Olympic news Here come the Americans. The four Yankees — Bubba Watson, Matt Kuchar, Rickie Fowler and Patrick Reed — got off to a sluggish start during the first 36 holes of the 2016 men’s Olympic golf tournament in Rio. Show More Summary
“It was hilarious. What can you do?” said Watson, who despite the gaffe is in fourth place.
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Hey, remember how the Americans weren’t faring so well over the course of the first two rounds of the Olympic golf tournament in Rio? Well, that’s changed! Rickie Fowler vaulted up the leaderboard early on Saturday with the second-best round of the tournament -- a 64 -- to move him back into medal contention. Show More Summary
Bubba Watson was making mincemeat of his front nine after Rickie Fowler fired a 6-under 29 in his opening nine holes on Saturday at the Olympics Rickie Fowler and Bubba Watson have been having the time of their lives in Rio but through...Show More Summary
He’s been a star cheerleader.
The first round of Olympic golf since 1904 delivered a hole in one, ill-timed clicks of the camera, some wildlife, a course record and lots of pars (and worse) from the U.S. foursome of Bubba Watson, Rickie Fowler, Patrick Reed and Matt Kuchar. Only Kuchar, who shot a two-under 69, was on the right side...
Matt Kuchar is now Team USA’s best chance to take home a medal from the 2016 Olympic games. Before the Olympic golf competition kicked off on Thursday, Rickie Fowler and Bubba Watson were listed by the oddsmakers (both 12/1, according to Golfodds.com) to finish just shy of winning a golf medal in Rio. Show More Summary
The first Olympic golf tournament since 1904 tees off on Thursday morning. Here's how you can follow every shot online. History will be made on Thursday as Henrik Stenson, Bubba Watson, and 58 other professionals vie for the first gold medal to be awarded in Olympic golf since 1904. Show More Summary
Golf is an Olympic sport for the first time since 1904. The world’s top 4 players are no-shows but Bubba Watson, Rickie Fowler, Henrik Stenson, and Sergio Garcia all have tee times for the 72-hole stroke-play event at Rio’s Olympic Golf Course. Show More Summary
The first round of Olympic golf since 1904 gets underway and here's how you can watch the opening round. Bubba Watson and Rickie Fowler are America's best hope to tame the course at Reserva de Tijuca in Brazil. Will they be among the...Show More Summary
At the Olympics, golfer Bubba Watson will be walking the course like everyone else. But don't be surprised if someone asks him about his insane jetpack golf cart. That's because the colorful 37-year-old Floridian has been promoting just...Show More Summary
What!? Did you hear the one about Bubba Watson claiming he would lay up rather than go for the green in two on the 571-yard, par-5 18th hole if the Olympics bronze medal were at stake? No, really. One of the biggest bombers on the PGA...Show More Summary
The SB Nation golf staff tries to make sense of the game's return to the Olympics. After more than 100 years, golf is back in the Olympics. The men's event will run from Thursday through Sunday as a normal 72-hole, stroke-play tournament, and then the women will tee it off the following Wednesday through Saturday. Show More Summary
It’s a good thing Bubba Watson and Patrick Reed enjoy each other’s company so much because they get to spend a whole lot more time together in Rio after playing four rounds at the Travelers. If Bubba Watson and Patrick Reed were notShow More Summary
Golf this week is back in the Summer Games for the first time in 112 years. When Bubba Watson, Rickie Fowler, Matt Kuchar and Patrick Reed tee it up in Rio de Janeiro, they'll be seeking to become the second American to win the men's Olympic title.
Bubba Watson didn't walk in Olympics Opening Ceremony, but wore U.S. uniform anyway