Bubba Watson is out in Seattle already preparing for next week's U.S. Open at Chambers Bay, which looks more like the type of course you'd expect to see an Open Championship played on.
With the shapes and undulations on the Chambers Bay greens, we're guaranteed to see some wild putts during the tournament.
But, why wait for the tournament to begin next Thursday to witness something fun on the greens?
Check out this putt by Watson with his back to the hole:
— bubba watson (@bubbawatson) June 12, 2015
I love the end where Watson is waiting at the hole to pick the ball out of the cup as it drops.
Hard to believe that's just the second-best putt we've seen today. No. 1 goes to Jodi Ewart Shadoff at the KPMG Women's PGA Championship, which you can see here.
HARRISON, N.Y. -- In conditions on Friday at the KPMG Women's PGA Championship that were more demanding than Thursday's first round, seven-time major winner Karrie Webb played like the seasoned veteran she is and carded a 2-under 71.
The 71, along with Webb's 68 on Thursday, gave Webb the early clubhouse lead in the second round at 7-under 139.
"I just think the greens are firmer," Webb said. "It's just a little more challenging to get the ball close. The wind is out of a slightly different direction so the course -- I think the longer holes yesterday played a lot shorter than they -- a lot longer today than they did yesterday. So I think that's making a little bit more challenging. It's hard to get -- tucked pins and then the greens are getting firm, it's hard to get it in there close."
Though it may have been challenging, Webb made it look easy. Her lone bogey on the day came at the par-3 16th hole, but she recovered from that with a birdie at the final hole.
"Nice to finish with a birdie on the last," Webb said.
Webb's last major victory was nine years ago at the ANA Inspiration. In terms of regular LPGA events, Webb last won in March of 2014 at the JTBC Founders Cup.
At 40 years old, Webb is doing what you'd expect a successful, gritty veteran to do -- she limits mistakes.
"I feel comfortable with where I put myself," Webb said of her 7 under total through two rounds. "Who knows if that will be leading or tied for the lead or one behind tomorrow. I'm just really happy to have played the course really solidly for two days and see what happens on the weekends."
HARRISON, N.Y. -- Jodi Ewart Shadoff of England hit what might end up being the greatest putt we see this week in the KPMG Women's PGA Championship in Friday's second round at Westchester Country Club (it may have even been the best putt of the year in golf, period).
Playing the par-4 seventh hole, Ewart Shadoff was faced with a 25-foot par putt. However, because of the undulation in Westchester's greens, Ewart Shadoff had to take an insane line to even think about getting the ball close to the hole -- roughly 30 feet of break.
With her back to the hole, fans must have been scratching their heads as Ewart struck the ball up a slope, aimed off the green. Just before the ball hit the fringe, it snapped off to the left and rolled about 30 feet before dying into the hole.
Check it out:
— Adam Shadoff (@AdamShadoff) June 12, 2015
The only thing missing on this putt was the windmill. What an amazing effort.
The boys over at Dude Perfect put together some of the best and most fun videos on the internet. This latest effort is no exception.
Playing golf with a bag filled with sports gear -- everything but golf equipment -- the boys set out to see how low a score they can record on a hole.
The catch? Once you use an item for a shot -- a soccer ball, bat and ball, football, etc. -- you can't use it again.
Check out the video here:
Fun video, but I'll stick to the traditional golf gear.