Bubba Watson claimed his second green-jacket on Sunday, winning the 2014 Masters with a blistering round of 69 that showcased all of his natural ability.
Watson has never had a golf lesson in his life, but his long-driving and supreme touch around the greens has led to him possessing a game perfectly suited for the tricky Augusta National course.
And so it proved in this year. Whilst Watson’s first triumph in Georgia may have came in dramatic circumstances, in a playoff against Louis Oosthuizen, this time around he was able to cruise to victory – ending up three shots clear of his nearest rival.
GMS looks at the holes where Watson secured the green-jacket on the final day.
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