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Golf Australia Express : April 2013-The Masters
Defending His Honour BUBBA N EARLY 12 months ago, Bubba Watson realised a dream he never dreamt. "I never got this far in my dreams," he said after winning his first major championship––a green jacket, no less––in no small part thanks one of the most incredible shots ever imagined. Yet as uplifting as his win was, Bubba's dream could just have easily become a nightmare had he not pulled off that impossible roping hook from the pine needles. But that's Bubba––he's a risk-taker. A 'see-shot' then 'play-shot' golfer. He's not afraid to fail which means he's not afraid to try and win. Playing with that kind of freedom can only help a professional, but when you're as jittery and human as Bubba, good times can just as easily become bad out there. As the reigning champion at Augusta, there's an added incentive this year––almost a duty––for the American to do well. It comes with the jacket. Forget form; that has nothing to do with it. This year for Bubba, it's all about honour. OTG THE DEFENDER THE DEFENDER