Bubba Watson took two pies to the face on 'The Tonight Show'

March 24th, 2015

Bubba Watson took two pies to the face from “Mad Men” star January Jones on “The Tonight Show”

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Bubba Watson won't feel pressure as Masters nears

March 18th, 2015

“I don't have any pressure; I've already got two (green) jackets,” Watson said with a laugh during the annual Masters champion's conference call.

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NCFA Welcomes Spokespersons Bubba & Angie Watson

March 18th, 2015

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March 2, 2015 – Alexandria, VA – National Council For Adoption (NCFA) is proud to announce Bubba and Angie Watson as new national spokespersons. Throughout 2015, the Watsons will be involved in efforts to raise awareness about domestic adoption in a partnership with NCFA, a non-profit organization with a mission to meet the diverse needs of all those touched by adoption.

The two-time Masters Champion and his wife are adoptive parents to two children, both of whom were adopted as infants. After going through the entire adoption process firsthand, the Watsons were inspired to use their experience and lend their voices to encourage others to learn more about adoption – whether a young woman facing unintended pregnancy, or individuals hoping to become parents and build a family. An estimated 18,000 infants and more than 76,000 older children are adopted each year. However, more than 101,000 children are waiting to be adopted, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

“Angie and I have been incredibly blessed by the gift of adoption. Our kids mean everything to us, and every day we’re excited to watch them grow and learn something new,” says Bubba Watson. “We want to give them the best life possible, and it breaks our hearts to think so many kids out there don’t have a family of their own – and that there are people out there who might not understand just how awesome adoption is.”

”We are so excited to work with National Council For Adoption to shine a light on the wonderful gift of adoption,” Angie adds.

Through their partnership with NCFA, Bubba and Angie Watson will raise awareness about the positive option of adoption and serve as advocates for children waiting to be adopted. The Watsons are currently filming a series of National Council For Adoption public service announcements, which will be released in spring 2015. As Honorary Co-Chairs of NCFA’s 35th Anniversary Great Expectations Gala, Angie Watson will share her family’s personal adoption journey as the keynote speaker at the event on November 5, 2015, in Washington, DC. <READ MORE>

 www.AdoptionCouncil.org

 

Bubba Watson brings his game, name to Riviera

March 9th, 2015

There has been a lot talk about golf's future as the sport fades into life after Tiger and Phil.

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Bubba Watson challenges Cincinnati Reds Billy Hamilton to race around the bases | PGA.com

February 25th, 2015

Cincinnati Reds speedster and Bubba Watson met at Reds spring training – in the laundry room, apparently! – where Hamilton gave Watson an autographed bat.

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Bubba Watson had himself a good cry with Justin Bieber

February 19th, 2015

Bubba Watson tried to help out friend Justin Bieber and wound up having a good cry with the Biebs

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Bubba Watson helps open Motion Analysis Lab at Phoenix Children's Hospital | PGA.com

February 11th, 2015

Bubba Watson joined some patients and their family members to celebrate the grand opening of the Bubba Watson and Ping Golf Motion Analysis Lab at the Phoenix Children's Hospital on Tuesday.

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February 3rd, 2015

Bubba Watson's ability to drive the ball great distances overshadows his excellent short-game skills.

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Bubba Watson buys piece of minor-league baseball team

January 20th, 2015

The two-time Masters champion has bought a stake in the Double-A Pensacola Blue Wahoos

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Bubba Watson auctions off an extremely cool car for charity | PGA.com

January 17th, 2015

Bubba Watson's custom-built 1939 Cadillac LaSalle C-Hawk Custom Roadster raised $410,000 for Birdies for the Brave on Friday.

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