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Bubba Watson goes driver-driver-putt for eagle at Kapalua (2011)

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In the first round of the 2011 Hyundai Tournament of Champions, Bubba Watson uses a driver off the deck on par-5 18th at Kapalua to get on the green in two, then holes the putt for eagle. .

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20 thoughts on “Bubba Watson goes driver-driver-putt for eagle at Kapalua (2011)

  1. Bubba Watson is far and away one of the most out of the box, nonstandard, forward thinking golfers the sport has seen, probably ever. If more pro caliber golfers would learn to perfect and work WITH their hooks and slices and add them as an unseen tool in the arsenal contained in their golf bags, instead of working to eliminate them from their swing, then so think shots like the one featured in the video would become far more common. Those are definitely shots future PGA champs will need to have in their repertoire to be successful against other guys who are Bubba Watson fans.

  2. He was only able to pull this shot because of his unfailing belief in a higher power and the comfort that comes with this faith. God bless America.

  3. Example #4503 of how technology has ruined the game of golf. They need to retared the 'roids and equipment so max drive is 280yds. Also, ban beer on the course. Restore the sport to sport status.

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