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As part of the campaign, the Phoenix-based company donated $10,000, along with $300 for every drive Watson has hit this year. To date, the campaign has generated $61,600 for charity.

Watson, meanwhile, launched “Bubba & Friends Drive to a Million” in January with hopes of raising $1 million for charities this year.

“Even prior to his win at The Masters, golfers were requesting pink G20s,” said John Solheim, chairman and CEO of Ping. “Through word of mouth, social media and phone calls, the interest was extremely high. We want to satisfy that demand while bringing even more visibility to Bubba’s goal of raising $1 million.”


DIVOTS: Greg Norman will be designing a course in Brazil, although it has nothing to do with the Olympics. He was chosen to build a course in the coastal city of Cabo de Santo Agostinho, about 1,500 miles north of Rio de Janeiro. … One of the first things Bubba Watson did on his first day as Masters champion was to change his cell phone number. “It’s crazy how people get ur number,” he tweeted. … The last 14 majors have been won by 14 players, the longest stretch of parity since 15 major winners starting with Nick Price at the 1994 through Lee Janzen at the 1998 U.S. Open. … Americans have won consecutive majors for the first time since Lucas Glover (U.S. Open) and Stewart Cink (British Open) in 2009.


STAT OF THE WEEK: Of the four players who made an albatross at the Masters, Jeff Maggert is the only one not to finish among the top 10. He made 2 on the par-5 13th in the final round of 1994 and shot 75 to tie for last place.


FINAL WORD: “It’s like Disneyland for the adults.” _ Lee Westwood, on bringing friends to the Masters.