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Bubba Watson had just won his second Masters in three years, by the comfortable margin of three strokes, and the long-hitting lefty sounded like he needed to pinch himself to believe it.There is no telling how joining the ranks of Ben Hogan, Byron Nelson, Tom Watson and Seve Ballesteros as a winner of a pair of Masters titles will affect him.The turning point for Watson Sunday came on a pair of two-stroke swings between him and playing partner Jordan Spieth at the eighth and ninth holes that turned a two-shot deficit into a two-shot lead at the turn.Watson plays by feel and his unorthodox approach was on full display at the par-five 15th when he held a three-shot lead.Watson had hit his slicing tee shot into the pine straw off the left side of the fairway with a stand of trees in his way to the green.Instead of punching out safely, Watson flew his approach in between an opening in the trees and over the water guarding the green on his way to a par.
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