Bubba Watson With Most Incredible Whiffed Putt

Bubba Watson had about a 40 footer for birdie on the 14th hole to go to 8-under par and into the Olympic Bronze medal spot at the time.

However, Bubba hit his birdie attempt only about 4 feet, and because it happened in the Olympics, on the world stage, and not a run of the mill event like the Home Depot Classic, it will probably become the most famous flubbed putt in pro golf history.

The NBC golf announcers, including Johnny Miller, David Feherty, and Roger Maltbie, were stunned, saying they’ve “never seen anything like it.” In the audio, Bubba is heard saying he tried to “stop.”

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