Bubba Watson Plays Through an Office Cubicle

By Adam Fonseca
Thursday August 22nd, 2013 2:33 pm EDT

Bubba Watson

Former Masters Champion Bubba Watson can get a little wild off the tee, especially when launching drives over 330 yards. In a recent ESPN ad that blew up on YouTube overnight, Watson appears to have gotten himself into a tough situation at your typical office cube farm.

Something tells me Watson wouldn’t be that nice if he had to play a shot off a keyboard in real life. Then again, I suppose we will never know for sure.

While funny, the video is an obviously hat-tip to the PGA Tour’s commercial depicting Brandt Snedeker hitting a shot while standing on an office desk. They do say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, right?

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