The Golf Blog: Masters Sunday TV ratings way down without Tiger Woods or back nine drama

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The Golf Blog: Photo Bubba Watson celebrates Masters win at Waffle House

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The Golf Blog: Video Bubba Watson speech and green jacket ceremony

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The Golf Blog: Video Bubba Watson wins 2nd Masters as phenom Jordan Spieth falters

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The Golf Blog says: On the 7th hole at Augusta, golf phenom Jordan Spieth opened up a 2-shot lead on Bubba Watson, the nearest competitor at the Masters, as Spieth played steady golf from the start. But on then the 8th and 9th hole, Spieth came a little unhinged. Spieth bogeyed and Bubba birdied the 8th and 9th holes, translating into a 4-shot swing and giving Bubba a 2-shot lead.

Spieth was never the same after that exchange. In fact, he was rattled and displayed poor body language for the better part of the back nine. Not the same guy as so many golf commentators praised as being “so composed” beyond his years. But he’s only 20 years old in his first Masters, so it was a learning experience. Spieth finished tied for second with fellow Masters rookie Jonas Blixt.

Bubba never looked back, hitting a prodigious 366-yard on the par-5 13th at Amen Corner. Unlike previous years when the Masters was won on the back nine, this year’s Masters was won on the 8th and 9th holes. The back nine was anti-climactic.

Congrats to Bubba on his second green jacket! Bubba golf!



The Golf Blog: Video Jordan Spieth press conference after Round 3 of Masters

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The Golf Blog: Video Jordan Spieth swing and 2013 wins

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The Golf Blog: 20 year-old Jordan Spieth tied for lead at Masters, in position to beat Tiger Woods’ record of youngest ever to win Masters

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The Golf Blog says: It looks like the changing of the guard is near. As Tiger Woods recuperates from back surgery, 20 year old phenom Jordan Spieth is poised to win the Masters and to beat Tiger’s record of the youngest to win the Masters. It’s Jordan’s first Masters and he’s currently tied for first with past champion Bubba Watson.




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