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WATCH: Mason Ho Surfs Uluwatu Wedge

Mason Ho returns to his second home...

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If you’ve been to Bali recently, you know how ridiculous the crowds are, not only in the water but when you’re out and about. The congestion can be frustrating for regular surfers like myself, it must be insane for a surf icon like Mason Ho. In the clip above, you see the Hawaiian partake in an uncrowded session at a wedge (nice way to put it) close to the popular Balinese break, Uluwatu. Waves are pretty average, but Mason has the talent to make any surf entertaining, especially when it’s just him and a buddy out.

Enjoy!

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