Dissecting the uniqueness of Bubba

Updated: April 26, 2012, 1:54 AM ET
By Farrell Evans, with Mitchell Spearman | ESPN.com

As a young boy growing up outside Pensacola, Fla. in the tiny village of Bagdad, Bubba Watson would circle the tree-lined acre surrounding his family home playing cuts and draws as well as hitting the ball high and low. From the time he was 6 years old almost into his teens, Watson would perform this exercise sometimes five or six hours a day.

That was the beginning of his self-taught and quirky brand of Bubba Golf: the place where he first learned how to visualize and shape shots better ...

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