Bubba Watson's caddie Ted Scott destroys a heckler at the PGA Championship
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Bubba Watson’s caddie Ted Scott destroys a heckler at the PGA Championship

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We know Bubba Watson is willing to jaw back with fans who heckle him on the golf course. Now we know Watson's caddie, Ted Scott, isn't afraid to do the same.

On the par-3 12th during the third round of the 2016 PGA Championship, a fan yelled during Watson's backswing, forcing him to mess up and miss the green. Watson was immediately aware of what happened, and Scott pointed out the offending fan.



“Who said that? Hey buddy, right here!” Scott said as Watson glared.

A few seconds went by before Watson looked at the fan again and said, “Why are you all scared to say it now?” He smiled and laughed in that way you do when you're ready, willing and able to punch someone's teeth down their throat.

Scott then got in a good shot of his own, “Go back and watch in your grandma’s basement, you’re better there. Tweet about it.”


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