Bubba Watson has always had a flair for the dramatic, with a style of play on the golf course that could best described as swashbuckling. Sometimes, that style of play can lead to incredible shots like his iconic hook at the 2012 Masters to secure his first major. Other times, someone in the gallery is inches away from peril. That's what happened Thursday at the WGC-Cadillac Championship in South Florida, when Watson's tee shot buzzed the heads of the gallery standing just a few yards in front of him. Thankfully, it was just a close call, but in case fans felt safer in the stands, Watson's next shot landed in the seats surrounding the 18th green (thankfully, again, no one was hit). Watson also pulled off a remarkable eagle on a 601-yard Par 5 in the same round. Like we said, you get a little bit of everything when Watson takes the course.
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