'bubba Golf' Succeeds At Masters Again - Chicagotribune.com

CDT, April 13, 2014 AUGUSTA, Ga. — Ted Scott was standing behind the Augusta National clubhouse Sunday evening, the flagstick from the pga tour 18th hole propped against his right shoulder and the bag for his boss, Bubba Watson, in front of him. For the second time in 736 days, Watson had found a way to win the Masters, this time with far less drama. He led for the entire back nine and had a three-shot cushion for the final five holes.

Golf Glance - Yahoo Sports

LAST YEAR: Bernhard Langer of Germany bounced back from an opening 1-over-par 73 to play the weekend in 66-67 and claim his second victory of the season and 18th of his Champions Tour career by three shots over Tom Lehman and Tom Pernice Jr. Langer birdied three consecutive holes through No. 5 to take the lead and added three more birdies in the back nine, including a 40-foot chip-in on the 10th hole. Lehman also closed with a 67, but got going too late, making only one birdie on the front nine before adding four on the back, including three on the last four holes.

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