Molly Watson walked down the side of 10th fairway in the second playoff hole of the Masters, saw the spot where her son, Bubba, had put his tee shot – deep in the woods without a clear path to the green – and knew immediately he’d find a way to swing for the pin.
“That’s his game,” she said.
“Bubba Golf” is what Bubba Watson calls it, and it’s some combination of aggressiveness and innocence.
The guy boasts of never taking a lesson. He has no coach. He employs no sports psychologists. He does things he knows he shouldn’t, like hitting driver when control is of the essence, or imagining some weaving, looping wedge shot out of the woods and into history.
all top pros did things out the box and all came form within. A results of genes, talent,dedication, total dedication with bush fire igniting focus.
throw out the --care for hand head etc movements -just whack the ball to target.Just like the way kids throw stones to pluck fruits.
Damaru golf tech analyst