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'''Bubba Watson''' was the surprise winner of the 2014 and 2012 [[Masters]].  His victory in 2012 captured this most prestigious golf tournament in a spectacular playoff.  Watson is unique among professional golfers in being to control how much he "hooks" or "slices" a drive, as circumstances warrant.
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'''Bubba Watson''' was the surprise winner of the 2012 and 2014 [[Masters]].  His victory in 2012 captured this most prestigious golf tournament in a spectacular playoff.  Watson is unique among professional golfers in being able to control how much he "hooks" or "slices" a drive as circumstances warrant.
  
 
Raised in the panhandle of [[Florida]] -- perhaps the most [[conservative]] area in the nation -- Watson converted to [[Christianity]] as an adult and subsequently adopted a child with his wife, a 6'4" former women's basketball player.
 
Raised in the panhandle of [[Florida]] -- perhaps the most [[conservative]] area in the nation -- Watson converted to [[Christianity]] as an adult and subsequently adopted a child with his wife, a 6'4" former women's basketball player.

Revision as of 13:30, 14 April 2014

Bubba Watson was the surprise winner of the 2012 and 2014 Masters. His victory in 2012 captured this most prestigious golf tournament in a spectacular playoff. Watson is unique among professional golfers in being able to control how much he "hooks" or "slices" a drive as circumstances warrant.

Raised in the panhandle of Florida -- perhaps the most conservative area in the nation -- Watson converted to Christianity as an adult and subsequently adopted a child with his wife, a 6'4" former women's basketball player.

Despite his newly found fame and demands on his time, Watson spent the weekend following his victory in 2012 by playing in Tim Tebow's charity golf classic, which raises money to spread the Christian faith to those who have not yet benefit from it.

See also