Following a disappointing Masters defense in which he finished T-38, Bubba Watson flew to China to compete in the Shenzhen International. We're guessing Watson is being compensated well for his troubles, but he's also taking the time abroad to mix pleasure with business.
On Thursday, Watson posted two videos of him playing night golf at Genzon Golf Club's other course. "The one with the lights," as Watson describes it.
Watson looked pretty comfortable talking while playing two long par 3s and hitting good shots. "If that doesn't go in..." he says before being cut off in the second video and he gives a little dance and his patented "You're welcome" in the first one.
There's also a video of Watson's caddie, Ted Scott, hitting a shot that's preceded by Bubba scratching his butt and then running behind him. Again, this is the guy who was too serious to participate in the long-drive contest at the PGA Championship.
Watson didn't make it look quite as easy on Genzon Golf Club's tournament course on Day 1 of the tournament. He shot an opening 70 and is four shots off the pace set by Huang Wenyi.