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Watson halfway to goal with 67

Bubba Watson spoke after making the cut Friday of putting together back-to-back 67s on the weekend and seeing where that put him on the Masters Tournament leaderboard. He's halfway to that goal. The former University of Georgia golfer tied for Saturday's best round -- a 5-under 67 that pushed him into a tie for ninth place entering today's final round at Augusta National Golf Club.

Watson, Van Pelt rally on Saturday

AUGUSTA, Ga. -- With a closing bogey by Tiger Woods for a 74, the U.S. standard-bearers entering the final round of the Masters Tournament are Bo and Bubba. Well, this is Georgia. Bubba Watson and Bo Van Pelt made early and fast sprints up the leaderboard Saturday at Augusta National Golf Club, Watson matching the day's low round with a 67, while Van Pelt had a 68 with a bogey on the final hole.

Watson survives a rough second

Players across the course were posting low scores Friday, but a sizable contingent of Masters Tournament patrons still followed Bubba Watson and his roller-coaster sideshow. The former University of Georgia golfer was all over the map in shooting 1-under 71, which left him at even par at the midway point.

Team Watson renews focus

Bubba Watson lives in the present. He's a "one shot at a time" kind of player who doesn't look ahead. Watson, a University of Georgia golfer and graduate, has blossomed into a star since his last trip to Augusta National Golf Club, when he finished 42nd in 2009.

Watson, wife work together

Arms crossed, Angie Watson paced back and forth.

The boys from Milton take on the Masters

MILTON, Fla. --- Heath Slocum doesn't live in Milton anymore. He doesn't even live in Florida.

Distance is no issue for young bombers

Bubba Watson and J.B. Holmes might be the most-watched rookies in the 2008 Masters Tournament.
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Daly, John DiMarco, Chris Donald, Luke Dougherty , Dillon Duval, David Elkington, Steve Els, Ernie Faldo, Nick Floyd, Ray Ford, Doug Funk, Fred Furyk, Jim Garcia, Sergio Glover, Lucas Goalby, Bob Goosen, Retief Hamilton, Todd Harrington, Padraig Hensby, Mark Herron, Tim Howell, David Howell III, Charles Immelman, Trevor Jimenez, Miguel Angel Jobe, Brandt
Johnson, Zach Katayama, Shingo Langer, Bernhard Lehman, Tom Leonard, Justin Levet, Thomas Lonard, Peter Love III, Davis Lyle, Sandy Marsh, Kevin Maruyama, Shigeki Mayfair, Billy McElhinney, Brian McGinley, Paul Mediate, Rocco Micheel, Shaun Mickelson, Phil Mize, Larry Molinari, Edoardo Montgomerie, Colin Moore, Ryan Nelson, Byron Nicklaus, Jack O'Hair, Sean O'Hern, Nick
O'Meara, Mark Ogden, Clay Ogilvie, Joe Ogilvy, Geoff Olazabal, Jose Maria Palmer, Arnold Pampling, Rod Perry, Kenny Pettersson, Carl Player, Gary Purdy, Ted Scott, Adam Singh, Vijay Stadler, Craig Stenson, Henrik Taylor, Vaughn Toms, David Verplank, Scott Watson, Tom Weir, Mike Westwood, Lee Woods, Tiger Woosnam, Ian Zoeller, Fuzzy

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