Bubba Watson

Bubba Watson was born and raised in Baghdad (Florida). He is one of the few left-handed golfers and is known on the circuit for the extraordinary power of his drive and the imagination of his game.

Watson is among the longest running players on the PGA Tour, averaging 315.2 yards in 2007 and can reach over 350 yards, generating ball speeds of up to 194 mph.

In April 2012 he won his first Major by beating South African Louis Oosthuizen on the second hole of the playoff. After making the winning shot he can't contain the emotion crying for several minutes, something that is repeated in the interview that precedes the green jacket dressing ceremony that is brought to him by the defending champion, the South African Charl Schwartzel.

Watson won the 2014 Masters Tournament by a three stroke lead, with a score of -8. He enters the playoffs with 20-year-old rookie Jordan Spieth.

With the win, Watson became the 17th player to win the Masters two or more times. He is by Order of Merit in the 2014 Ryder Cup.

Watson married Angela P. Watson in September 2004.

Watson is a Christian and speaks openly about Jesus and the importance of faith in his life and says that God is the most important thing in his life. Watson also devotes much of his time and money to charity.

He bought the mansion in the Isleworth community of Windermere, Florida that was previously owned by Tiger Woods.