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Bubba Watson
Gerry Lester "Bubba" Watson Jr. (born November 5, 1978) is an American professional golfer who plays on the PGA Tour. One of the few left-handed golfers

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Bubba Watson Watson in 2012Personal informationFull name Gerry Lester Watson, Jr.Nickname BubbaBorn (1978-11-05) November 5, 1978 (age 39)
Bagdad, FloridaHeight 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m)Weight 180 lb (82 kg; 13 st)Nationality  United StatesResidence Pensacola, FloridaSpouse Angie WatsonChildren Caleb, DakotaCareerCollege University of Georgia
Faulkner State C.C.
Turned professional 2001Current tour(s) PGA TourProfessional wins 14Number of wins by tourPGA Tour 12Other 2Best results in major championships
(wins: 2)Masters Tournament Won: 2012, 2014U.S. Open T5: 2007The Open Championship T23: 2012PGA Championship 2nd: 2010

Gerry Lester "Bubba" Watson Jr.[1][2] (born November 5, 1978) is an American professional golfer who plays on the PGA Tour. One of the few left-handed golfers on tour, he is a multiple major champion, with victories at the Masters Tournament in 2012 and 2014.[3] In February 2015, Watson reached a career-high 2nd place in the Official World Golf Ranking.

Watson is among the longest drivers on the PGA Tour; in 2007 he had an average drive of 315.2 yards (288.2 m) and can hit a ball over 350 yards (320 m), capable of generating a ball speed up to 194 mph (312 km/h).[4][5] He has finished top of the driving distance statistics five times in his career, during the 2006, 2007, 2008, 2012, and 2014 seasons.

Contents
  • 1 Amateur career
  • 2 Professional career
    • 2.1 2010
    • 2.2 2011
    • 2.3 2012
      • 2.3.1 Masters win
      • 2.3.2 Rest of 2012
    • 2.4 2013
    • 2.5 2014
      • 2.5.1 Second Masters win
    • 2.6 2015
    • 2.7 2016
    • 2.8 2017
    • 2.9 2018
  • 3 Personal life
  • 4 Professional wins (14)
    • 4.1 PGA Tour wins (12)
    • 4.2 Other wins (2)
  • 5 Major championships
    • 5.1 Wins (2)
    • 5.2 Results timeline
    • 5.3 Summary
  • 6 World Golf Championships
    • 6.1 Wins (2)
    • 6.2 Results timeline
  • 7 PGA Tour career summary
  • 8 U.S. national team appearances
  • 9 Equipment
  • 10 See also
  • 11 References
  • 12 External links
Amateur career

Watson was born and raised in Bagdad, Florida, near Pensacola. He played on the golf team at Milton High School, which had featured future PGA Tour members Heath Slocum and Boo Weekley just before he attended.[6] Watson played golf for Faulkner State Community College in nearby Baldwin County, Alabama, where he was a junior college All-American. He transferred to the University of Georgia, the defending NCAA champions, and played for the Bulldogs in 2000 and 2001. As a junior, Watson helped lead the Bulldogs to the SEC title in 2000.

Professional career

Watson turned professional in 2001 and joined the Nationwide Tour where he played until 2005. He finished 21st on the Nationwide Tour's money list in 2005, making him the last player to qualify for the following year's PGA Tour. As a rookie in 2006, he earned $1,019,264 (90th overall) and led the PGA Tour in driving distance at 319.6 yards (292.2 m). His longest drive in professional competition was 442 yards (404 m) on the PGA Tour at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational.

Watson played well at the 2007 U.S. Open. He was in the final group on Saturday after shooting rounds of 70-71 (+1) at Oakmont Country Club near Pittsburgh. Watson was one stroke off the lead after 36 holes but then slipped, shooting 74 (+4) in both the third and fourth rounds; he finished in a tie for fifth.

2010

Watson claimed his first PGA Tour win on June 27, 2010, in Cromwell, Connecticut, at the Travelers Championship on the second hole of a sudden-death playoff with Corey Pavin and Scott Verplank.[7] Watson tearfully dedicated the win to his parents, specifically his father who was battling cancer.

Watson was runner-up to Martin Kaymer at the PGA Championship at Whistling Straits, falling in the three-hole aggregate playoff that initially included Dustin Johnson, before he incurred a two-stroke penalty on the 72nd hole. Watson led the playoff after a birdie on the first hole, but Kaymer birdied the par-3 second hole to tie, effectively turning the playoff into sudden-death. Watson's second shot found the water hazard and Kaymer bested him by a stroke to win the major championship.

Watson had his own clothing line called "Bubba Golf" at the former Steve & Barry's. He was invited on The Ellen DeGeneres Show after he sent her a video of a golf trick shot he completed for her birthday.

2011

On January 30, 2011, Watson won his second PGA Tour event, the Farmers Insurance Open, finishing one stroke ahead of runner-up Phil Mickelson.[8] Watson picked up his second win of the 2011 season and third career PGA Tour title on May 1 when he defeated Webb Simpson at the second playoff hole at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans.[9] Both players birdied the first playoff hole, with Watson holing a 12-footer; he birdied the next hole to win the tournament.

In July 2011, Watson provoked controversy by criticizing the Alstom Open de France on the European Tour, in which he was playing under a sponsor's exemption. He indicated after his first round that he would not be playing any further events on the European Tour,[10] and complained after his second round about security and organization at the tournament.[11]

Watson took part in the Long Drive Contest for charity at the Hyundai Tournament of Champions alongside Dustin Johnson and Robert Garrigus. He finished in second place, with a longest drive of 370 yards (338 m) behind a drive of over 400 yards (366 m) by Jamie Sadlowski.

2012 Watson at Schüco Open, 2012

Watson began the year with three top-5 finishes in seven events, including finishing second at the WGC-Cadillac Championship.[12]

Masters win

Watson's first major championship win came at the Masters. He began the final round at six-under-par, three strokes off the lead, held by Peter Hanson. On the back nine, Watson bogeyed the par-3 12th hole to return to even par for the round. He then recorded four consecutive birdies for a round of 68 (-4) and tied for the 72-hole lead with fourth-round playing partner Louis Oosthuizen at ten-under-par. In the sudden-death playoff, Oosthuizen and Watson both made par on the uphill 18th hole. On the next hole, the downhill 10th, both drove their tee shots towards the woods to the right of the hole. Oosthuizen's landed in the rough 220 yards (200 m) away, while Watson's ball landed deep in the woods on pine straw, 164 yards (150 m) from the pin without a clear shot to the green. Watson executed a miraculous recovery shot with 40 yards of hook on his 52-degree gap wedge and stopped the ball within fifteen feet of the hole. Oosthuizen's approach shot landed short of the green, but he chipped past the hole and narrowly missed his lengthy putt for par. Watson trickled his birdie putt a foot past the hole, took his time on the very short par putt, then made it for the emotional victory.[13][14] The win took him to a world ranking of four, a career-high at the time.[15]

Rest of 2012

Following his Masters win, Watson began to struggle. He missed the cut at the Memorial Tournament and the U.S. Open. A week after the U.S. Open, he finished tied for second at the Travelers Championship. A month later, he played Open Championship, the third major of the year. While shooting a first round of −3 to tie him at third place, he never advanced much after that, finishing tied for 23rd place. In the final major of the year, the PGA Championship, Watson tied for 11th. He finished the year with one win, six top-5 finishes, seven top-10 finishes and three missed cuts.[12]

2013

Watson began the season playing the Hyundai Tournament of Champions, where he finished tied for fourth place, and reached the quarterfinals in the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship. In the subsequent World Golf Championship event, the WGC-Cadillac Championship, he began very strong with rounds of 66 and 69, but finished with rounds of 71 and 75 and tied for 18th place.

After finishing tied 14th place in the Arnold Palmer Invitational, he returned to the Masters as the defending champion. Never in contention in the tournament, he finished 50th after a final round of 77. Watson tied for 37th at The Players Championship. On the second major of the year, the U.S. Open, he finished with a solid 71 in the first round, just four shots off the lead, but a second round score of 76 left him out of contention, and he tied for 32nd. At the Travelers Championship he took the lead after a second round of 67, but in the final round, leading by one with three to play, he triple-bogeyed the par-3 16th and finished two shots back in 4th place.

Tying for 30th at the Greenbrier Classic, he then played in the third major of the year, The Open Championship. After two solid rounds of 70 and 73, he shot 77 in the third round, and tied for 32nd.

2014

At the Waste Management Phoenix Open, Watson held the lead for most of the tournament, but he finished runner-up to Kevin Stadler.

Watson earned his fifth career PGA Tour victory—and his first since the 2012 Masters—at the 2014 Northern Trust Open at Riviera Country Club. He shot back-to-back 64s over the weekend to defeat runner-up Dustin Johnson by two strokes.[16] The victory raised him to 14 in the Official World Golf Ranking. He followed that win with two more strong finishes—a ninth-place tie in the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship and a second-place tie in the WGC-Cadillac Championship.[17] Those performances elevated him from 14 to 12 in the world ranking.[18]

Second Masters win

Watson won the Masters by three shots, with a score of 280 (−8).[19] He entered the final round tied for the lead with 20-year-old Masters rookie Jordan Spieth. Playing together in the final pairing, Spieth birdied the seventh hole for a two-stroke lead over Watson. However, the momentum turned on the par-5 eighth hole. Spieth had a birdie putt, but ended up three-putting for bogey while Watson birdied to pull into a first-place tie.[20] Then, on the ninth hole, Watson birdied again while Spieth bogeyed, and the four-shot swing over two holes gave Watson a lead that he never relinquished in a win over Spieth and Jonas Blixt.[21] With the win, Watson became the 17th player to win the Masters two or more times.[22] The win moved him again to number four in the Official World Golf Ranking.[18]

2015

Watson won the Travelers Championship to move him to third in the Official World Golf Ranking. He garnered his second victory in 2015 by winning the unofficial Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas, besting fellow American Patrick Reed by three strokes.

2016

Prior to the Waste Management Phoenix Open in early February, Watson caused a bit of controversy after publicly admitting his dislike for the course, TPC Scottsdale.[23] As a result, he was jeered by fans for the majority of the tournament, later criticizing the media for "turning his words around".[24] Two weeks later though, he returned to the winner's circle after winning the Northern Trust Open at Riviera for a second time in three years, seeing off the challenge of Adam Scott and Jason Kokrak to win by one shot on 15-under-par.[25]

2017

Watson did not chalk a win during the 2017 season, and missed the cut at three of the year's four majors (his only cut a T27 at The Open Championship). He had five top-10 finishes with more than $1.3 million in tour earnings.[26]

2018

The 2018 season started with a T7 at the QBE Shootout in December 2017 marking the best of his first six starts. Watson returned to the winner's circle with a 12-under finish at the Genesis Open in February, his third victory at this tournament (2014, 2016), all at Riviera. His trifecta at the Genesis (previously known as the Los Angeles Open, Northern Trust Open, and Nissan Open) makes him only the fifth to win this long-standing event at least three times, along with Ben Hogan, Arnold Palmer, Lloyd Mangrum, and Macdonald Smith. On March 25, he gained his eleventh tour win at the WGC-Dell Match Play event in Austin, Texas, with a winner's share of $1.7 million.[26] On June 24, 2018, he won again at the Travelers Championship winning $1.26 million at TPC River Highlands. This was his third career victory at the Travelers tournament (2010, 2015).[27]

Personal life

Watson was nicknamed by his father after the former professional American football player Bubba Smith.[6] Watson is married to Angela "Angie" Watson (née Ball), a 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m) Canadian whom he met at Georgia while he was on the golf team and she was on the women's basketball team.[1][28] They were married in September 2004.[29] In 2009, she was diagnosed with an enlarged pituitary gland, which accounts for her height.[30]

Unable to have a child naturally, various family issues, including the illness and death of Watson's father in 2010, kept them from attempting to adopt until 2011–12.[14] In March 2012, one week after a potential adoption fell through at the last moment,[14] Watson and his wife adopted a one-month-old baby boy named Caleb.[31] In late 2014 the Watsons adopted a baby girl.

Watson's father, Gerry Sr.,[1] died on October 15, 2010 of throat cancer.[32][33] His mother is Molly Marie Watson and he has a sister, Melinda Watson Conner.[2]

Watson is also a member of the "Golf Boys", a boy band consisting of Watson, Ben Crane, Rickie Fowler, and Hunter Mahan. Their single "Oh Oh Oh" is currently on YouTube. The video was produced by Farmers Insurance Group. Farmers donates $1000 to charity for every 100,000 views the video gets.[34]

In 2011, he made a humorous appearance in the song "Michael Jackson" by Christian hip hop artist Andy Mineo on the album Formerly Known.[35][36] He was featured in the song "Ima Just Do It" by KB, another Christian hip hop artist, on the album Tomorrow We Live.[37] His prototype Golf Cart Hovercraft, the BW1, YouTube video has earned more than 8 million views.[38]

Watson is a committed Christian who speaks openly about the importance of faith in his life.[39] Watson devotes much of his money and time to charity.[40]

Watson purchased the mansion in the Isleworth community of Windermere, Florida, that was previously owned by Tiger Woods.[41] In 2013, he was added to the list of Great Floridians by Governor Rick Scott.[42][43]

Watson purchased a General Lee car from the television series The Dukes of Hazzard at auction for $110,000 in 2012.[44] Following the Charleston church shooting in June 2015, display of the Confederate flag - which is featured on the car's roof - became the subject of renewed controversy. Watson responded by saying he would paint over the flag with the American flag.[45]

In 2015, Watson moved to Pensacola, where he has become very involved in the community. Among other ventures, Watson opened an ice cream store, purchased a part ownership in the Pensacola Blue Wahoos Minor League Baseball team.[46][47] and purchased a Chevrolet dealership in nearby Milton, Florida.[48] Watson has made considerable donations to Studer Family Children’s Hospital in Pensacola.[49] He recently announced that he plans to run for mayor of Pensacola at some future date.[50]

Professional wins (14) PGA Tour wins (12) Legend Major championships (2) World Golf Championships (2) Other PGA Tour events (8) No. Date Tournament Winning score To par Margin of
victory Runner(s)-up Winner's
share ($) 1 Jun 27, 2010 Travelers Championship 65-68-67-66=266 −14 Playoff Corey Pavin, Scott Verplank 1,080,000 2 Jan 30, 2011 Farmers Insurance Open 71-65-69-67=272 −16 1 stroke Phil Mickelson 1,044,000 3 May 1, 2011 Zurich Classic of New Orleans 66-68-70-69=273 −15 Playoff Webb Simpson 1,152,000 4 Apr 8, 2012 Masters Tournament 69-71-70-68=278 −10 Playoff Louis Oosthuizen 1,440,000 5 Feb 16, 2014 Northern Trust Open 70-71-64-64=269 −15 2 strokes Dustin Johnson 1,206,000 6 Apr 13, 2014 Masters Tournament (2) 69-68-74-69=280 −8 3 strokes Jonas Blixt, Jordan Spieth 1,620,000 7 Nov 9, 2014 WGC-HSBC Champions 71-67-69-70=277 −11 Playoff Tim Clark 1,400,000 8 Jun 28, 2015 Travelers Championship (2) 62-67-68-67=264 −16 Playoff Paul Casey 1,152,000 9 Feb 21, 2016 Northern Trust Open (2) 66-68-67-68=269 −15 1 stroke Jason Kokrak, Adam Scott 1,224,000 10 Feb 18, 2018 Genesis Open (3) 68-70-65-69=272 −12 2 strokes Tony Finau, Kevin Na 1,296,000 11 Mar 25, 2018 WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play 7 & 6 Kevin Kisner 1,700,000 12 Jun 24, 2018 Travelers Championship (3) 70-63-67-63=263 −17 3 strokes Paul Casey, Stewart Cink,
J. B. Holmes, Beau Hossler 1,260,000

PGA Tour playoff record (5–1)

No. Year Tournament Opponent(s) Result 1 2010 Travelers Championship Corey Pavin,
Scott Verplank Won with par on second extra hole
Pavin eliminated with par on first hole 2 2010 PGA Championship Martin Kaymer Lost three-hole aggregate playoff:
Kaymer:4-2-5=11, Watson:3-3-6=12 3 2011 Zurich Classic of New Orleans Webb Simpson Won with birdie on second extra hole 4 2012 Masters Tournament Louis Oosthuizen Won with par on second extra hole 5 2014 WGC-HSBC Champions Tim Clark Won with birdie on first extra hole 6 2015 Travelers Championship Paul Casey Won with birdie on second extra hole Other wins (2)
  • 2008 CVS Caremark Charity Classic (with Camilo Villegas)
  • 2015 Hero World Challenge
Major championships Wins (2) Year Championship 54 holes Winning score Margin Runner(s)-up 2012 Masters Tournament 3 shot deficit −10 (69-71-70-68=278) Playoff1 Louis Oosthuizen 2014 Masters Tournament Tied for lead −8 (69-68-74-69=280) 3 strokes Jonas Blixt, Jordan Spieth

1 Defeated Louis Oosthuizen in a sudden-death playoff: Watson (4-4) and Oosthuizen (4-5).

Results timeline Tournament 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 Masters Tournament T20 42 T38 1 T50 1 T38 T37 CUT T5 U.S. Open CUT T5 CUT T18 T63 CUT T32 CUT CUT T51 CUT CUT The Open Championship CUT CUT T30 T23 T32 CUT CUT T39 T27 CUT PGA Championship CUT 70 CUT 2 T26 T11 CUT T64 T21 T60 CUT CUT   Win   Top 10   Did not play

CUT = missed the half-way cut
T = tied

Summary Tournament Wins 2nd 3rd Top-5 Top-10 Top-25 Events Cuts made Masters Tournament 2 0 0 3 3 4 10 9 U.S. Open 0 0 0 1 1 2 12 5 The Open Championship 0 0 0 0 0 1 10 5 PGA Championship 0 1 0 1 1 3 12 7 Totals 2 1 0 5 5 10 44 26
  • Most consecutive cuts made – 6 (2010 PGA – 2012 Masters)
  • Longest streak of top-10s – 1 (five times)
World Golf Championships Wins (2) Year Championship 54 holes Winning score Margin of
victory Runner-up 2014 WGC-HSBC Champions 3 shot deficit −11 (71-67-69-70=277) Playoff Tim Clark 2018 WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play n/a 7 & 6 Kevin Kisner Results timeline

Results not in chronological order prior to 2015.

Tournament 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 Mexico Championship 72 2 T18 T2 3 2 T38 T9 Match Play 4 R32 R16 R16 T17 T28 R16 1 Bridgestone Invitational T22 T21 T19 T27 T37 2 T14 T17 T31 HSBC Champions 33 T8 1 T35 T54   Win   Top 10   Did not play

QF, R16, R32, R64 = Round in which player lost in match play
"T" = tied

PGA Tour career summary Season Starts Cuts
made Wins
(Majors) 2nd 3rd Top-10 Top-25 Best
finish Earnings
($) Money
list rank 2002 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 CUT 0 n/a 2004 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 CUT 0 n/a 2006 27 15 0 0 1 3 6 T3 1,019,264 90[51] 2007 26 14 0 1 0 5 9 T2 1,654,807 55[52] 2008 29 19 0 1 0 3 7 T2 1,533,523 58[53] 2009 24 13 0 1 0 2 9 T2 1,430,244 60[54] 2010 22 16 1 2 1 4 8 1 3,198,998 15[55] 2011 22 19 2 0 0 3 8 1 3,477,811 16[56] 2012 19 16 1 (1) 2 0 7 16 1 4,644,997 5[57] 2013 21 18 0 0 0 3 10 4/T4 1,759,276 44[58] 2014 21 18 2 (1) 3 1 8 11 1 6,336,978 2[59] 2015 19 17 2 3 2 10 14 1 6,876,797 3[60] 2016 19 18 1 1 0 4 9 1 3,492,842 18[61] 2017 22 14 0 0 0 4 6 T5 1,223,129 91[62] 2018* 15 13 3 0 0 5 5 1 5,000,485 4[63] Career* 288 210 12 (2) 14 5 61 118 1 41,649,149 16[64]

* As of June 24, 2018

U.S. national team appearances

Professional

  • Ryder Cup: 2010, 2012, 2014, 2018
  • Presidents Cup: 2011 (winners), 2015 (winners)
  • Wendy's 3-Tour Challenge (representing PGA Tour): 2007, 2009, 2010 (winners)
Equipment
  • Driver: Ping G400 LST (8.5degrees)
  • 5 Wood: Ping G400 (17.5 degrees)
  • Hybrid: Ping G (19 degrees)
  • Irons: (2): Ping iBlade (4-PW): Ping S55
  • Wedges: Ping Glide 2.0 (52 degree, 56 degree, and 60 degree)
  • Putter: Ping Anser 303SS
  • Ball: Titleist ProV1x

Source:[65]

See also
  • 2005 Nationwide Tour graduates
  • List of golfers with most PGA Tour wins
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  7. Rory McIlroy
  8. Rickie Fowler
  9. Jason Day
  10. Tommy Fleetwood
  1. Inbee Park
  2. Park Sung-hyun
  3. Ariya Jutanugarn
  4. Ryu So-yeon
  5. Lexi Thompson
  6. Shanshan Feng
  7. In-Kyung Kim
  8. Jessica Korda
  9. Choi Hye-jin
  10. Moriya Jutanugarn
  • v
  • t
  • e
Masters Tournament champions
  • 1934 Horton Smith
  • 1935 Gene Sarazen†
  • 1936 Horton Smith
  • 1937 Byron Nelson
  • 1938 Henry Picard
  • 1939 Ralph Guldahl
  • 1940 Jimmy Demaret
  • 1941‡ Craig Wood
  • 1942 Byron Nelson†
  • 1943–45 cancelled due to World War II
  • 1946 Herman Keiser
  • 1947 Jimmy Demaret
  • 1948 Claude Harmon
  • 1949 Sam Snead
  • 1950 Jimmy Demaret
  • 1951 Ben Hogan
  • 1952 Sam Snead
  • 1953 Ben Hogan
  • 1954 Sam Snead†
  • 1955 Cary Middlecoff
  • 1956 Jack Burke Jr.
  • 1957 Doug Ford
  • 1958 Arnold Palmer
  • 1959 Art Wall Jr.
  • 1960‡ Arnold Palmer
  • 1961 Gary Player
  • 1962 Arnold Palmer†
  • 1963 Jack Nicklaus
  • 1964 Arnold Palmer
  • 1965 Jack Nicklaus
  • 1966 Jack Nicklaus†
  • 1967 Gay Brewer
  • 1968 Bob Goalby
  • 1969 George Archer
  • 1970 Billy Casper†
  • 1971 Charles Coody
  • 1972‡ Jack Nicklaus
  • 1973 Tommy Aaron
  • 1974 Gary Player
  • 1975 Jack Nicklaus
  • 1976‡ Raymond Floyd
  • 1977 Tom Watson
  • 1978 Gary Player
  • 1979 Fuzzy Zoeller†
  • 1980 Seve Ballesteros
  • 1981 Tom Watson
  • 1982 Craig Stadler†
  • 1983 Seve Ballesteros
  • 1984 Ben Crenshaw
  • 1985 Bernhard Langer
  • 1986 Jack Nicklaus
  • 1987 Larry Mize†
  • 1988 Sandy Lyle
  • 1989 Nick Faldo†
  • 1990 Nick Faldo†
  • 1991 Ian Woosnam
  • 1992 Fred Couples
  • 1993 Bernhard Langer
  • 1994 José María Olazábal
  • 1995 Ben Crenshaw
  • 1996 Nick Faldo
  • 1997 Tiger Woods
  • 1998 Mark O'Meara
  • 1999 José María Olazábal
  • 2000 Vijay Singh
  • 2001 Tiger Woods
  • 2002 Tiger Woods
  • 2003 Mike Weir†
  • 2004 Phil Mickelson
  • 2005 Tiger Woods†
  • 2006 Phil Mickelson
  • 2007 Zach Johnson
  • 2008 Trevor Immelman
  • 2009 Ángel Cabrera†
  • 2010 Phil Mickelson
  • 2011 Charl Schwartzel
  • 2012 Bubba Watson†
  • 2013 Adam Scott†
  • 2014 Bubba Watson
  • 2015‡ Jordan Spieth
  • 2016 Danny Willett
  • 2017 Sergio García†
  • 2018 Patrick Reed
† indicates the event was won in a playoff; ‡ indicates the event was won wire-to-wire
  • v
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World Golf Championships championsWGC-Championship
  • 1999 Tiger Woods†
  • 2000 Mike Weir
  • 2001 Cancelled
  • 2002 Tiger Woods
  • 2003 Tiger Woods
  • 2004 Ernie Els
  • 2005 Tiger Woods†
  • 2006 Tiger Woods
  • 2007 Tiger Woods
  • 2008 Geoff Ogilvy
  • 2009 Phil Mickelson
  • 2010 Ernie Els
  • 2011 Nick Watney
  • 2012 Justin Rose
  • 2013 Tiger Woods
  • 2014 Patrick Reed
  • 2015 Dustin Johnson
  • 2016 Adam Scott
  • 2017 Dustin Johnson
  • 2018 Phil Mickelson
WGC-Match Play
  • 1999 Jeff Maggert
  • 2000 Darren Clarke
  • 2001 Steve Stricker
  • 2002 Kevin Sutherland
  • 2003 Tiger Woods
  • 2004 Tiger Woods
  • 2005 David Toms
  • 2006 Geoff Ogilvy
  • 2007 Henrik Stenson
  • 2008 Tiger Woods
  • 2009 Geoff Ogilvy
  • 2010 Ian Poulter
  • 2011 Luke Donald
  • 2012 Hunter Mahan
  • 2013 Matt Kuchar
  • 2014 Jason Day
  • 2015 Rory McIlroy
  • 2016 Jason Day
  • 2017 Dustin Johnson
  • 2018 Bubba Watson
WGC-Invitational
  • 1999 Tiger Woods
  • 2000 Tiger Woods
  • 2001 Tiger Woods†
  • 2002 Craig Parry
  • 2003 Darren Clarke
  • 2004 Stewart Cink
  • 2005 Tiger Woods
  • 2006 Tiger Woods†
  • 2007 Tiger Woods
  • 2008 Vijay Singh
  • 2009 Tiger Woods
  • 2010 Hunter Mahan
  • 2011 Adam Scott
  • 2012 Keegan Bradley
  • 2013 Tiger Woods
  • 2014 Rory McIlroy
  • 2015 Shane Lowry
  • 2016 Dustin Johnson
  • 2017 Hideki Matsuyama
  • 2018 Justin Thomas
WGC-Champions
  • 2009 Phil Mickelson
  • 2010 Francesco Molinari
  • 2011 Martin Kaymer
  • 2012 Ian Poulter
  • 2013 Dustin Johnson
  • 2014 Bubba Watson
  • 2015 Russell Knox
  • 2016 Hideki Matsuyama
  • 2017 Justin Rose
WGC-World Cup
  • 2000 David Duval / Tiger Woods
  • 2001 Ernie Els / Retief Goosen
  • 2002 Toshimitsu Izawa / Shigeki Maruyama
  • 2003 Trevor Immelman / Rory Sabbatini
  • 2004 Paul Casey / Luke Donald
  • 2005 Stephen Dodd / Bradley Dredge
  • 2006 Bernhard Langer / Marcel Siem
  • No longer WGC event
† indicates the event was won in a playoff Bubba Watson in the Ryder Cup
  • v
  • t
  • e
United States Ryder Cup team – 2010
  • Stewart Cink
  • Rickie Fowler
  • Jim Furyk
  • Dustin Johnson
  • Zach Johnson
  • Matt Kuchar
  • Hunter Mahan
  • Phil Mickelson
  • Jeff Overton
  • Steve Stricker
  • Bubba Watson
  • Tiger Woods
  • Corey Pavin (non-playing captain)
Lost: 13.5 – 14.5
  • v
  • t
  • e
United States Ryder Cup team – 2012
  • Keegan Bradley
  • Jason Dufner
  • Jim Furyk
  • Dustin Johnson
  • Zach Johnson
  • Matt Kuchar
  • Phil Mickelson
  • Webb Simpson
  • Brandt Snedeker
  • Steve Stricker
  • Bubba Watson
  • Tiger Woods
  • Davis Love III (non-playing captain)
Lost: 13.5 – 14.5
  • v
  • t
  • e
United States Ryder Cup team – 2014
  • Keegan Bradley
  • Rickie Fowler
  • Jim Furyk
  • Zach Johnson
  • Matt Kuchar
  • Hunter Mahan
  • Phil Mickelson
  • Patrick Reed
  • Webb Simpson
  • Jordan Spieth
  • Jimmy Walker
  • Bubba Watson
  • Tom Watson (non-playing captain)
Lost: 11.5 – 16.5 Bubba Watson in the Presidents Cup
  • v
  • t
  • e
United States Presidents Cup team – 2011
  • Jim Furyk
  • Bill Haas
  • Dustin Johnson
  • Matt Kuchar
  • Hunter Mahan
  • Phil Mickelson
  • Webb Simpson
  • Steve Stricker
  • David Toms
  • Nick Watney
  • Bubba Watson
  • Tiger Woods
  • Fred Couples (non-playing captain)
Won: 19 – 15
  • v
  • t
  • e
United States Presidents Cup team – 2015
  • Rickie Fowler
  • Bill Haas
  • J. B. Holmes
  • Dustin Johnson
  • Zach Johnson
  • Chris Kirk
  • Matt Kuchar
  • Phil Mickelson
  • Patrick Reed
  • Jordan Spieth
  • Jimmy Walker
  • Bubba Watson
  • Jay Haas (non-playing captain)
Won: 15.5 – 14.5


Daphne's Headcovers Bubba Watson Golf Club Headcover
Daphne's Headcovers Bubba Watson Golf Club Headcover
Bubba Watson full body golf club cover, filled with quality & details of Bubba's watch, smile & visor. Designed for your driver & guaranteed for life.

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2014 Masters Flag augusta national golf bubba watson wins pga new
2014 Masters Flag augusta national golf bubba watson wins pga new
This listing is for a official 2014 Masters Golf tournament pin flag. The masters wording and logo is nicely embroidered. $6.00 for priority mail postage. free postage on all additional items purchased!!

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New 2018 PING Limited Edition Bubba Watson Daphne's Driver Headcover
New 2018 PING Limited Edition Bubba Watson Daphne's Driver Headcover
Brand new Limited Edition Bubba Watson headcover. Features:Head Covers Will Fit all Woods & Drivers up to 460ccLots of Protective Padding!! (not just for show)

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Bubba Watson: Victory at the Masters
Bubba Watson: Victory at the Masters
“I don’t play the sport for fame. I don’t try to win tournaments for fame. I don’t do any of that. It’s just me. I’m just Bubba. I goof around. I joke around. I just want to be me and play golf.” —Bubba WatsonWidely recognized as one of the game’s longest hitters for the better part of a decade, Bubba Watson has successfully reinvented himself since picking up his first PGA Tour victory in the summer of 2010.In this collection, the staff of Golf Channel profiles the enigmatic player whose stunning victory in the 2012 Masters featured four birdies on the final six holes of regulation and one of the most memorable shots in tournament history on the second hole of a sudden-death playoff.Relive Bubba’s monumental victory day by day as Golf Channel’s writers examine his game before and during the incredible win in Augusta. Included are a prologue and epilogue from John Hawkins, thoughts about what’s next for the Masters Champion, a photo gallery capturing Bubba’s surprise visit to Golf Channel’s “Morning Drive” and additional photos taken during his popular interview with David Feherty.

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Ping Dot Fade Visor (OSFM, Grey/White)
Ping Dot Fade Visor (OSFM, Grey/White)
NEW Ping Bubba Watson Dot Fade High Crown Adjustable Visor Brand: Ping Style: Bubba Watson Dot Fade High Crown Visor Color: Grey/Blue Size: Adjustable Closure: Plastic Clasp Condition: NEW! SKU: PING3735 **FAST SHIPPING***

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Framed Bubba Watson Autograph Replica Print - The Jacket
Framed Bubba Watson Autograph Replica Print - The Jacket
Whether you are a fan of Golf or you have one in your life, everyone will enjoy this high quality framed 8x10 glossy print depicting Bubba Watson. This item would make a great addition to your bar, sitting room, or office and makes a great gift for all people throughout the year. The original photo used to make this print was signed by Bubba Watson. This memorabilia item is a mass-produced photo that bears a printed signature. The signature is part of the manufacturing process and therefore your picture is not an originally autographed item.

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Signed Bubba Watson Photo - 8x10 Framed Coa Masters Champion - PSA/DNA Certified - Autographed Golf Photos
Signed Bubba Watson Photo - 8x10 Framed Coa Masters Champion - PSA/DNA Certified - Autographed Golf Photos
BUBBA WATSON AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED 8X10 PHOTO FRAMED PSA COA MASTERS CHAMPION. All signed items come fully certified with a certificate of authenticity from an approved SportsMemorabilia vendor and are backed by the SportsMemorabilia authenticity guarantee. Unsigned items do not require certification. Bubba Watson memorabilia. memorabilia

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