Masters repeat tops Watson wish list
Last updated: 10th December 2012
The 2013 season hasn't even started yet and already Masters champion Bubba Watson is eyeing another major win at Augusta.
Watson, who finished joint-second at the Thailand Golf Championships which was won by South Africa's Charl Schwartzel, claimed the 2012 Masters in dramatic fashion as he beat Schwartzel's compatriot Louis Oosthuizen in a playoff.
What made the moment even sweeter for the American was the fact that he and his wife Angela adopted a baby son Caleb just weeks before his victory.
With that in mind, Watson hopes to successfully defend his Masters crown in front of his family next year.
"Any major is good," he said of his targets in 2013. "Just ask any golfer and they will say the same.
"I'm looking forward to returning to Augusta. My son will be there. We got him a week before I won the Masters so it will be his first time back.
"He won't know what the Masters would mean but it would be great to have him with us."
Some choice images from the final round of the Masters at Augusta, as Bubba Watson pulled of a superb repeat victory. Go to Gallery
The movers and shakers at the third round of the US Masters at Augusta National. Go to Gallery
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