Two-time Masters champion Bubba Watson often wows us with his shot-making ability.
That was no different on Thursday in the first round of the WGC-Cadillac Championship at Trump National Doral. Playing the long par-5 12th -- his third hole of the day -- Watson faced a 224-yard approach shot from the middle of the fairway.
Pulling a mid-iron from the bag (are you kidding?), Watson knocked it stiff to within a foot of the hole to set up an easy eagle.
You can see it here:
The 18th hole -- Watson's ninth of the day -- was a different story all together.
From the tee box, Watson unleashed a low, screaming drive way right that zipped just over the heads of the spectators lining the ropes. It was a scary moment, but luckily no one was hurt.
Watson would bogey the hole. Here's a look at that frightening tee shot: