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LIV Golf: Bubba Watson is latest major winner to join Saudi-backed series

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Two-time Masters winner Bubba Watson confirms move to the controversial LIV Golf Series. The former world No. 2 has been sidelined since May with a meniscus injury in his right knee. Watson said he won't actually play on the fledgling circuit until he feels he is 100% recovered.
2 months ago·Washington, United States

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Two-time major winner Watson joins LIV Golf

Two-time Masters winner Bubba Watson is the latest high-profile golfer to sign up with LIV Golf.

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Watson latest major champion to join LIV Golf

Two-time Masters champion Bubba Watson is the latest big name to join LIV Golf, the league said on Friday.

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Former Masters champion Bubba Watson becomes latest player to join LIV Golf

The left-hander is currently sidelined by a knee injury and is not expected to play until next season

2 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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Two-time Masters champion Bubba Watson officially joining LIV Golf

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2 months ago·United States
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Two-time Masters champ Watson confirms move to LIV

Two-time Masters winner Bubba Watson, currently ranked 86th in the world, confirmed his move to the controversial Saudi-backed LIV Golf Series.

2 months ago·South Africa
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'Excited' Bubba Watson the latest to join LIV Golf

Two-time Masters champion Bubba Watson has been confirmed as the latest player to join LIV Golf.

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