He has balanced himself on tires and tried to hit the ball teed up on another tire. He once showed off his power by driving the ball through a watermelon, and then took a bite out of what remained. In a desperate attempt to get on the Ellen DeGeneres show, he hit a golf ball from inside his house, over the pool and into a red bucket.
Watson once said kids were attracted to him because they like saying his name. Or maybe because deep down, he's still one of them.
He doesn't have a sports psychologist.
"Somebody else is going to tell me what I should think out there? That's not any fun," he once said.
He once said he would quit the game before he ever took a formal lesson.
"I don't want a team of people behind me showing me how to swing on computers. That's just not me," he said at Doral, where he nearly forced a playoff with a 4-iron under the palm trees and over the water on the scariest finishing hole in golf. "It's just like a math problem, except I probably wouldn't get the math problem right."
No, but he would have fun trying.
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