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A ‘Tired’ Bubba Watson Is Happy To Play A Home Game

A ‘Tired’ Bubba Watson Is Happy To Play A Home Game

The schedule of many golfers especially those that take part in the PGA Tour is usually very hard, you have to travel all around the world and always ensure that you are up for the challenge battling it out with some of the very best in the business. Regardless of your are, you are bound to get tired and that is exactly what has happened with Bubba Watson. 

Despite the fact that his energy levels are not 100% full, Bubba Watson has stated that he is very happy to be playing a de facto home game while making an appearance at this year’s Greenbrier Classic that is set to go down this week starting Thursday. 

Last week the tired Bubba Watson had something to smile and celebrate about as he landed the top honors at the Travelers Championship. This was actually Watson’s second victory of the season and with it Watson ended up reclaiming his third spot on the official World Golf Rankings. 

The whole schedule seems to have taken its toll on Bubba Watson, in fact he did not even finish his training on Tuesday as he only. He ended up playing only three holes, he then called it quits and headed home. 

“There is too much pressure that is involved, you have to put in lots of energy so as to get into the playoff and one you are there you need to ensure that you stay there. In addition to that, you also need extra energy so as to bring out your best game in the playoff, I personally an tired and worn out,” Watson said while talking to the press. 

 

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