Bubba Watson had never dreamed of winning a major golf tournament-Masters class. But the journey of his life led him to history as the first champion, Sunday or Monday (09.04) Clock.
Watson created by the United States, as the winner of the Masters golf tournament was held at-76 Augusta National. He won with “sudden death playoff” against Louis Oosthuizen of South Africa. Both players finished the game with a hole 72 that the low 278, 10 makes.
Closed within two shots of them (280), a quartet of Lee Westwood of England (68), American Matt Kuchar (69) and Phil Mickelson (72) and Peter Hanson from Sweden (73).
This is the first major victory in a match (high) for the left-handed golfer Bubba and is the third player in history to win the Masters Tournament.
Watson was immediately celebrated his victory with tears as his mother, Molly, approached the edge of the green.
“My dream has never been so far,” said 33-year-old golfer is preparing for a winner of the Masters green jacket to sign.
“Golf is not everything to me. If you lose this time, I was not the end of the world. Could win the Special Masters. But I’ll be back on the real life of the next week,” he said.
Meanwhile, golfers are favorites of this tournament, Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy had to deal with one place to fifth place with a record number of five shots over the normal parts settle.
Here’s Bubba Watson Facts and figures:
Name: Bubba Watson
Born: 5 November 1978
Age – 33
Place of birth: Baghdad, Florida
Location: Scottsdale, Arizona
School: University of Georgia
Height: 6’3 ”
Weight: 180 lbs
He turned pro: 2000
Joined PGA Tour: 2006
PGA Tour winner: 4
Major Championships: 1 (Masters 2012).