Keegan Bradley warns Bubba Watson: No stink eye for you

October 30th, 2012

Keegan Bradley has taken a lot of heat for his twitchy swing approach but the U.S. Ryder Cup star has an admirer of his evil-eye putting prep in Masters champ Bubba Watson. Watson, it seems, had just finished his press conference prior to this week’s WGC-HSBC Champions event in Guangdong, China, when Bradley stepped up to the microphone. Ever the prankster , Bubba stuck around long enough to …

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Bubba Watson has some fun with the player posters at the Grand Slam of Golf

October 23rd, 2012

Here's a word of advice for players who happen to be in the same field as Bubba Watson in the future: If there's a picture of you on the wall inside the clubhouse, you may want to take it down … Continue reading →

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Eubanks: Opposites Watson, Simpson attract – PGA.com

October 23rd, 2012

Because of their faith, PGA Grand Slam of Golf rookies Bubba Watson and Webb Simpson have developed a great friendship — one that has allowed their games to blossom both individually as well as in international team competitions.

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Video: Bubba Watson smashes assorted food items on The Tonight Show

October 9th, 2012

Bubba Watson is no stranger to the Tonight Show. Back in July, the Masters champ went on the late night talk show and touched on a number of subjects — from how he got the name “Bubba,” to when he … Continue reading →

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Trending: Bubba Watson destroys produce on the Tonight Show

October 9th, 2012

Bubba Watson was a guest on the Tonight Show last night, and in an apparent attempt to one-up his previous late night appearances, he went all Gallagher with host Jay Leno. (Incidentally, they got the idea from us. No really, watch Jay set it up with a clip from Golf Digest). From bell peppers to pumpkin pies, Watson took his famed pink driver on a buffet of food destruction. You can watch both …

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Couples: Americans ready to bounce back at Presidents Cup

October 3rd, 2012

DUBLIN, Ohio — Faces were grim and words were measured as the 12 members of the U.S. Ryder Cup Team met with the media one last time at Medinah to dissect the collapse that saw the Americans squander a four-point lead in Singles and send the coveted gold chalice back to Europe.

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What they said: Fred Couples, Tim Finchem, Jack Nicklaus, Nick Price

October 2nd, 2012

LAURA HILL: Welcome to our media day to mark our one?year countdown to The Presidents Cup here at Muirfield Village in 2013. My name is Laura Hill. I’m Senior Director of Communications for the PGA TOUR, and it’s my pleasure to moderate today’s press conference.

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Ryder Cup 2012: Losses by Bubba Watson, Matt Kuchar opened door for Europeans

October 1st, 2012

Team USA entered Sunday at the Ryder Cup in Medinah, Ill. up 10-6 on Team Europe. When the day was over, Europe had come back and won 14 ½ -13 ½ for their second straight Ryder Cup victory and their fifth in the last six events. Former Georgia Bulldogs golfer Bubba Watson lost the first match of Sunday against Luke Donald, 2&1. That match unfortunately set the tone for the rest of the day …

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Backspin: Poulter a man possessed by Ryder Cup

October 1st, 2012

“I’m officially taking two years off, and I’ll see you at the next one,” Ian Poulter said after Europe matched the greatest final-day comeback in Ryder Cup history.

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History made, repeated with brilliant Sunday finish

October 1st, 2012

MEDINAH, Ill. — I went to the 2012 Ryder Cup, and the 1969 Cubs broke out. That might have little meaning in Spain or Germany or Great Britain or Italy, but to Chicago sports fans — who comprised a significant segment of massive crowds at Medinah Country Club this festive week — what Europe accomplished with its theatrical conquest Sunday feels like an old story. Local teams have a gruesome habit of inflicting heartbreak and disappointment, so America’s epic retreat will be filed away in this precinct as a re-run of sorts, with foreign names in different uniforms swatting a smaller ball, but toward a familiar result.

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