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Bubba Watson

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Unconventional, incomparable, unprecedented: Bubba Watson is a name that stands alone on the PGA Tour and in popular culture in the present day. Watson’s unique southpaw style and exciting on-and-off the course demeanor has brought this down home southern boy from Bagdad, Florida, into international stardom. His style of play is exciting to watch and his personality is endearing to encounter. In summary, it’s hard to find another human being on this planet like Bubba Watson. As stated earlier, there’s just something about Bubba Watson that is hard to describe, hard to explain to the common person. He plays by his own rules and marches to the beat of his...

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  • Bubba Watson Wins Northern Trust Open At Riviera

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    Posted 5 months ago by John Ohail

    It’s been a long time coming for Bubba Watson. Sunday he broke a nearly two year winless streak by winning the 2014 Northern Trust Open at Riviera Country Club in the Los Angeles area. Watson shot 64-64 on the final two days of the tournament to secure his first victory in 41 tries since his last win. With his wife and son there to celebrate, Watson dazzled the crowd with flawless golf to close a four shot gap going into the final day and ultimately ending up on top.

  • No Surprises: Lee Sang-hwa Defends 500m Speed Skating Gold, Sets Two ORs

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    Posted 6 months ago by John Ohail

    24-year-old South Korean, Lee Sang-hwa came into the women’s 500m speed skating race as the heavy favorite to win gold. The youngster has won every event she has competed in this season on the World Cup circuit. She took to the ice in Alder Arena the heavy favorite and she didn’t disappoint. The odds were heavily in the South Korean’s favor to defend her 2010 gold medal in this event and it was no surprise that she took the top spot again in Sochi.

  • Aussies Craig Alexander, Emma Moffatt Dominate Scorcher At Ironman 70.3 Geelong

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    Posted 6 months ago by John Ohail

    It was all Australia all day long at Ironman 70.3 Geelong where hometown favorites Craig “Crowie” Alexander and Emma Moffatt took the victories Down Under. While the focus was on the brutal course conditions the pair of Australians took to race experience to excel in the heat. Moffatt the 2008 Beijing Games bronze medalist blew away the women’s field, winning by over 13 minutes, while Crowie finished roughly three and a half minutes ahead of fellow countryman, Tim Reed.

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