Justin Parsons assisted 2011 champion Charl Schwartzel at The Masters. Here the Butch Harmon School of Golf Dubai director of instruction shares lessons from Augusta National that you can help your game.
Look who’s clipping into gear one week away from this year’s Masters? That’s right, Bubba Watson.
Bubba Watson acknowledged his good luck in the final presser, the powder blue trophy resting on the table in front of him, his 11th career PGA Tour win and second WGC title.
A renewed focus, plus a new putter and some other major equipment switches, makes Bubba Watson one of the favourites in two weeks to win the Masters for a third time. He's also calling out to Team USA Ryder Cup captain Jim Furyk.
Bubba Watson’s big adventure: He booms, he rolls, he laughs, he lives to face Justin Thomas on Sunday
One of the many surprising things about Bubba Watson is that when he’s in high spirits, he’s funny.
Does momentum really matter at the Masters? Well, it depends on how you define “momentum.”
Our weekly pre-tournament ranking of the best bets to win at Augusta.
Inside the ropes is a funny place to be.
The 2018 Masters is quickly approaching and the list of green-jacket contenders seems longer than ever thanks to the emergence of some new talent and the revival of several old reliables.
If I’m reading my handy-dandy wrap-around calendar right, courtesy of the folks in Ponte Vedra Beach, the PGA Tour’s “regular season” is now more than one-third over, 15 of the 44 tournaments that lead to “The Playoffs” having already been contested. Never mind that my actual calendar says it’s only February.
Winning the Genesis Open was maybe the least interesting thing Bubba Watson did all week, and we’ll prove it
If the only thing Bubba Watson did this week was win the Genesis Open, well that would be impressive all by itself. But it wasn't the half of it.