Oakley's Bubba Watson returns this month to the scene of his signature victory, and as defending champion of golf’s pinnacle tournament, he has two important obligations. The first is to pick the menu for the players' pre-tournament Champions Dinner. The second is to attempt a repeat of his spectacular 2012 victory—a stunning triumph capped by a miraculous shot from the woods on the second playoff hole. Can Bubba do it again? We wouldn't bet against him.
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Freshly turned 18-year-old Colorado native, Mikaela Shiffrin capped an unbelievable year with a season title in the slalom discipline as a result of her World Cup victory in Lenzerheide, Switzerland. She became the youngest World Cup season winner in almost 39 years.
Finally the much anticipated follow up to the Golf Boys' debut single "Oh, Oh Oh" has surfaced and Bubba Watson, Ben Crane, Rickie Fowler and Hunter Mahan put on an encore performance for the record books. The goofy golf foursome has returned with an insanely hilarious single, sure to be a hit, entitled "2.Oh."
Like other prominent O Entertainment family members proudly rocking the brand on the big screen, the Scottish actor is bringing his own interpretation of O style and functionality to yet another big-time feature film.