Bye-bye, Bubba, we’re gonna miss you. For three weeks, at least.
Watson was happy enough with his rebound at the Travelers, where he finished T2, that he’s taking a breather until the British Open, according to Jason Sobel at the Golf Channel.
At the Travelers Championship, though, Watson got back on track, finishing in a share of second place at the event where he won his first career PGA Tour title back in 2010.
“All in all, it was a great day. Came up a little short, but it was good,” he said after a second straight 65 on the weekend. “It’s good to get back and get under the gun and get under the pressure and get back to where I was starting at the beginning of the year.”
Watson revealed that he will skip each of the next three scheduled PGA Tour events, next competing at The Open Championship.Ace Prediction Pure Michigan according to WorldGolf.com.
This is a very unique and unprecedented program we are implementing at Shanty Creek Resort. Guests will have an option every day to play either the regular tees to the traditional cups or move to the forward tees and play to the 8-inch cups," explains Brian Kautz, director of golf and PGA Professional for SCR. "We have four golf courses at our resort, so this was the perfect opportunity to convert one of our courses and implement this program. Hopefully, this will help grow the game of golf."
This initiative is part of the "Golf 2.0" campaign that Jack Nicklaus has been urging members of the PGA to adopt to restore fun, particularly for women and junior players, to the game.
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I'm jazzed to have just been asked to be a voter for the World Golf Hall of Fame. So I guess I'm now part of the establishment. *Shudder*
— Alan Shipnuck (@AlanShipnuck) June 25, 2012