Watson shoots ESPN commercial

Recently, golfer Bubba Watson was at the Westwood Golf Course, Farmington for a commercial shooting for ESPN. The golf course was shut down for some time on 19th August so that Buba Watson, 4 PGA Tour titles champ including the Travelers Championship 2010 and the Masters 2012, could be shoot.

Larry Graham told that Bubba and the crew of ESPN went to the two hundred and fifteen yard 6th hole to film a promotion shoot for Sports Center that Larry stated is scheduled to begin telecasting late next month.

Bubba went into some trees around 80 yards from hole and he copped wedges out to the green. He won the 2012 Masters with an unforgettable but longer shot to the 2nd playoff hole, where he 2-putted for par to beat Louis Oosthuizen.

Larry Graham added that it was a shorter shot that Bubba had to bait around the tree and under branches, and he hit every shot within ten feet of the cup on all twenty takes. His thought was like this is why he won the masters. Graham told that around fifty extras, fifty people on the production crew and Bubba were on the course from 7:30 am to around 1 pm.  Watson left as quickly as he came. He had a busy day after he left them. Graham further added that they were extremely thrilled to have Watson at the course, even for a little time.