VIDEO: Bubba Watson's Incredible Shot Into 10 In Masters Playoff

Bubba Watson found himself in some serious trouble off the tee at No. 10, slicing his drive way right, over the gallery and into the woods. It was nowhere near the fairway, leaving him little angle into the 10th green. After Louis Oosthuizen, who got a lucky bounce to have a shot at the green with his second, left his approach short of the green, Watson stepped up, forced to hit a huge hook to even find the green.

It was, simply, an amazing shot. Not only did Watson pull off the huge hook, torquing his club as he followed-through -- he left himself a relatively simple putt for birdie. Finding the green was amazing enough, hitting it to where he did was just superb.

And remember, this was sudden death with the pressure on. Just an incredible shot from Watson, who's put on a show at The Masters.

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