Bubba Watson Cuts the Cake and Wins his Second Masters in Three Years
Bubba Watson, out of the University of Georgia, wins his second green jacket in three years. Known for just crushing the golf ball, he did so at will on Sunday.
Watson shot a final-round 69 at the Masters to take the lead for good. Like I said winning his second Masters in three years--only eight other players have won the Masters in such a short time. These great players are Nicklaus, Woods and Mickelson.
Bubba Watson is from Bagdad, Florida. He's a competitor and he showed and proved it yesterday. There are only 17 players with more than one win at the Masters. Watson proved to the world he was too powerful and wanted it a little more than the rest of the field.
His playing partner on Sunday had quite a great story also. This young man's name is Jordan Spieth. Spieth is from Dallas, Texas where as a freshman playing for the University of Texas he carved out a name for himself. He then turned pro and is working at becoming a household name.
But it was Bubba Watson who got it done at a Augusta National. He made a believer out of me. A family man with a great wife and son. He has surrounded himself with strong family values along with strong golf industry people. So the green jacket goes to Bubba Watson again, because he cut the cake.