Bubba Watson smashes Jay Leno’s face and assorted food items

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Bubba Watson stopped by Jay Leno's show on Monday, and broke out the pink driver.

A regular on the talk-show circuit, Bubba Watson paid a visit to Jay Leno on Monday night and proceeded to bash his host’s face with his pink Ping driver.

Well, kinda.


Watson, who’s been known to tear up because it’s, well, Tuesday, told the Tonight Show host that he cried upon meeting Nos. 41 and 43 (no, not K.J. Choi and Robert Garrigus of the Official World Golf Rankings, but Presidents Bush) and after his U.S. team lost the Ryder Cup to the Europeans.

Perhaps to get the Masters champ’s mind off such emotional matters, Leno offered his guest a few tasty morsels, which Bubba proceeded to slam to smithereens. The peppers were fun, and smashing pumpkin pie was hilarious. But our favorite by far was when Watson took his oversized club head to the cake with Leno’s massive face embedded in the icing.

As Watson, in his many Twitter-posted videos, is wont to say -- yer welcome!

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