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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Bubba Watson
Bubba Watson, toddler son Caleb in his arms, chose to look at his improvement instead of dwell on one fateful swing.
Hideki Matsuyama earned his first victory in America and validation as one of golf's young stars Sunday with birdie on the 18th hole to force a playoff and a 10-foot par putt on the first extra to win the Memorial.
No lefty has ever won in the 38 years of the Memorial Tournament.
Keegan Bradley had his best round ever at the Memorial on Thursday. It was the way he accomplished that feat that was so unusual.
At this rate, Tiger Woods will be No. 1 for at least another week.
Jordan Spieth is doing just about everything right this year, and it shows.
As much time as Adam Scott spends away from the PGA Tour, this might have been a good week to take off.
Bubba Watson gained national recognition when he won his second Masters in a three-year span, but his respect for faith and family are noteworthy too.
The moment doesn't get much bigger than this - a 20-foot putt on the 18th green Sunday at Augusta National for the win.
Bubba Watson decided to keep his post-Masters victory more low key this year. Instead of going to New York for a media tour, he headed home to Orlando, Fla., and kept plans for a five-day vacation with his wife.
Bubba Watson scooped up his son, hugged his wife and took off down the ropes along the 18th green, high-fiving the patrons at Augusta National.
For all the crazy stunts Bubba Watson does for fun, the green jacket was off limits.
Bubba Watson was reminded of that hard work when he won the Masters by three shots over 20-year-old Jordan Spieth and Jonas Blixt of Sweden.
Bubba Watson didn’t need a miracle shot from the pines in sudden death to win his second Masters Tournament in three years. Just the only round in the 60s among the contenders on Sunday.
“Bubba said later he felt like running over and giving me a high-five,” Oosthuizen said.
"The comfort level is knowing you have a green jacket already," he said.