The Masters: What’s in Bubba Watson’s bagApril, 2014
We take a look at what Bubba Watson had in his bag for his 2014 Masters triumph
Bubba Watson has a mix of highly personalised and standard issue clubs in his bag.
His Ping G25 driver was very reliable on Sunday and he also held a number of crucial putts. The 366 yard drive on 13, which allowed him to hit a wedge to the green, and the clutch par putt on 17 were both key moments.
He even opted to use his 4-wood on the tee at 18 when he had a comfortable three shot lead.
Watson said of his drive on the par 5 13th: “I’ve hit it there a few times there. I’ve been lucky enough to play here many years ago and I’ve hit wedge to that hole a few times. Today I hit a sand wedge in there; I hit 56‑degree sand wedge in there.
“I knew it, when it took off, it was cutting a little too much. I knew I hit it really hard. Obviously, when you get a roar on your tee shot, you know it’s pretty good. I could start breathing again once I hear them clapping and roaring.
“To get that up‑and‑down on 17 was very big for me, even though I’d still have a two‑shot lead if I didn’t, to get that up‑and‑down on 17.
“So on 18, I just grabbed a 4‑wood right away, tried to hit the fairway somehow and get it in play, and I did. It came out perfect, a little tiny draw, so I knew it was going to go out there a little far.”
What’s in the bag?
Driver: Ping G25 (True Temper Grafalloy BiMatrx), 8.5 degrees
Fairway: Ping G25 4-wood, 16.5 degrees
Irons: (3-PW): Ping S55
Wedges:Ping Tour Gorge (52, 56 degrees); Ping Tour-S TS (64 degrees)
Putter: Ping Anser Milled 1
Ball: Titleist Pro V1x
Bubba Watson factfile
Birthdate:5 Nov, 1978
University:University of Georgia
2012 & 2014 Masters champion
6 PGA Tour victories
1 Presidents Cup, 2 Ryder Cups
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