Justin Thomas Takes the Bubba Questionnaire
PGA Pro Justin Thomas sits down with Golf Digest to take on the Bubba Questionnaire.
Released on 10/21/2016
|Starring:||Justin Thomas and Bubba Watson|
Today's your lucky day.
It's the Bubba Questionnaire.
I don't know I'd declare it my lucky day,
having to do this with Bubba.
What is the secret of golf?
I would say patience is most important.
I think it's a very key component in golf,
and just always being patient,
kind of waiting for something good to happen.
What is the secret to happiness?
Secret to happiness, I think, is just being around Bubba.
I mean he's such a happy person all the time,
that you, I think, looking at him right now,
I'm honestly just a little bit happy.
Who is the greatest golfer of all time?
I think Jack Nicklaus.
You can't argue against him,
but Tiger did some pretty impressive things.
I think if you could take bits and pieces
of both of their careers, somehow I would choose them.
How many green jackets do you have in your closet?
Not as many as you Bubba, I get it.
How many more major championships will Bubba win?
Hopefully I won't let him win anymore,
and I hopefully will also be playing
a little bit longer than you, Bubba, so we'll see.
In 1997, do you remember where you were
when Tiger Woods won the Masters?
I don't because I was not even four yet,
so I was probably running around somewhere
just annoying my parents.
On a scale of one to ten, how good looking are you?
What would you change about yourself?
Win more major championships.
I don't think anyone can argue with that.
Growing up, who was your hero?
Tiger Woods was definitely my hero.
The things he did in golf when I was growing up in 2000,
early 2000s, when I was seven, eight, nine, ten.
It really kind of got me to where I want to be in golf
and really had me working hard.
Playing golf, when you get nervous,
what is your go to shot under pressure?
Mine's a low cut.
I think it's something that's always been easy for me to hit
or easier to hit.
I understand that if I could just cut across the ball
and get it working toward the target that I want,
then I feel like I have a lot more percent chance
of hitting a good shot,
and even when I'm not hitting it well, or under pressure,
that's a shot I know I can go to, and I'll be relying on it.
If you could ask one person one question,
who and what would it be?
Bubba, I'd ask you why I had to do this questionnaire.
You know what, I'm pretty fed up with him.