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Bubba Watson Sinks 30-Yard Putt On Private Jet At 30,000ft

Bubba Watson Sinks 30-Yard Putt On Private Jet At 30,000ft

Bubba Watson may have won the Masters, but it seems the simple things in life seem to excite the 35-year-old more than winning one of the biggest prizes on the PGA tour.

While the greens are still unplayable from a rough winter in North America, Watson decided to take matters into his own hands and invented his own.

The 2012 Augusta champion recently posted a video on his personal YouTube page attempting a 30-yard putt … on an airplane.

By Scott MacArthur – @scottmacarthur8

Watson described it as a nominee for SportsCenter’s ‘Top Ten Plays’ and after mixing up his putter and his ball he set himself up for a wonder putt from one end of the cabin to the other.

The left-handed golfer stroked beautifully and the camera followed the ball on its way to the target, before the beautiful ‘clink’ noise which was followed by Watson’s euphoric celebration.

All American’s will be hoping Watson can keep this level of putting up throughout the tour and in the run up to the Ryder Cup where they’ll be looking to snatch the trophy back from Europe’s grasp.

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