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An emotional Bubba Watson had kind words for Jordan Spieth on the 18th green at Augusta National. (Andrew Redington/Getty Images)
Master's Week produced some great storylines and memorable moments and Bubba gets to slide on another Green Jacket!

The future is very bright for Spieth, the Texas phenom playing in his first Masters and bidding to become its youngest champion. But the future was put on hold Sunday. At Augusta National, the past is honored and the present is rewarded -- and Bubba Watson checks off both boxes.

The 35-year-old mercurial left-hander outdueled Spieth over the final 11 holes to win his second Green Jacket in three years. His three-stroke win over Spieth and another Masters rookie, Jonas Blixt, is the widest margin of victory since Phil Mickelson's win in 2010. For a Sunday that shaped up to be fairly dramatic, the only suspense for most of the back nine seemed to be what kind of crazy shot Watson could manufacturer with his immense and unorthodox talent.

Moving forward, the suspense may very well be how many Green Jackets Watson will eventually win. It's not likely that he will be held to just two.

"This place, you know, suits him perfectly," said his good friend Rickie Fowler, who tied for fifth.

Check out the 2014 Entry Form here
Check out the CGA Tour Leader board here
Check out the CGA Players 2014 here
2013 Payouts
1st $675  2nd $375  3rd $300  4th $250 
5th $225 6th $200  7th $175  8th $150
9th $125 10th $100  11th $75  12th $60
13th $50  14th $40  15th $30
16-20 Free Entries





 Hey CGA'ers,


This year you can avoid the mail system completely if you choose.  You can now pay your entry fee online, safely and securely and email your picks.  See Entry Form page.


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Mail entries should go to:

CGA Headquarters

4285 Ben Hogan Drive

Redmond, OR 97756



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