Bubba Watson can do no wrong. Have you heard the one about him hammering a spectator at the Zurich Classic? The Masters Champ was "working" the ball horribly right to left and "worked" it onto the head of motorcycle shop owner's head Radd Leonard. Leonard, 52, through bloodstained bandages declared himself glad he was able to help Watson back into the fairway, where the ball landed after striking him.
"I saw it coming and it looked like it was hooking right at me. I wanted to see that big hook, you know, and I got to see it. I turned and ducked and it still hit me," Leonard said. "It gave him a good bounce, anyway."
After paying Leonard the statutory compensation for such an injury, a signed glove, Watson's caddie, Ted Scott, delivered this one liner while pointing further down the fairway, "We're glad you're all right, but if you could just angle your head a little differently next time ..."
After a big hearty laugh from the crowd, Watson and caddie went about their business, leaving Leonard on his knees, bloodstains on his shirt and bandages on his head, but completely satisfied at being “worked” into another amazing Bubba escape shot.