VIDEO: Bubba Watson Drains Winning Putt At The Masters, Celebrates With Caddie

After exhibiting an ice-cold demeanor on Sunday, Bubba Watson finally let everything out after draining a six-inch putt on No. 10, the second sudden-death playoff hole, to win The Masters. Just moments before, Watson found himself in deep trouble, in the woods and with an incredibly difficult shot into the green. He made it look easy, hooking a shoot out of trouble and onto the green, ending up with two putts to win the tournament.

After just barely missing his birdie putt, Watson gathered himself, stepped up and sunk the tournament-winning putt. And then he let his emotions go, grabbing hold of his caddie in a lengthy embrace as he teared up. It was another great moment to cap the tournament.

It's hard not to like a guy who steps up with a pink driver, hits the hell out of the ball and displays emotion like Watson did after his win. An excellent moment to cap an incredibly fun final round at Augusta.

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