Who is Bubba Watson's wife Angie, when did the Masters golfer marry her, and how many children do the couple have?

BUBBY WATSON is chasing a third Major title as he heads to the Masters, looking to win his third green jacket.

And all the while he will cheered on by his wife Angie in Georgia, as he looks for a first success in the final Major of the year.

Who is Angie Watson?

Angie manages the business side of Bubba’s career.

She played basketball at the University of Georgia where she got the team to the Final Four in 1999.

Angie would then go and play in the WNBA (Women’s National Basketball Association) with the Charlotte Sting for a season.

She also played abroad in Italy and France. Unfortunately, leg injuries brought an end to her career.


How did she meet Bubba?

Bubba happened to be at the University of Georgia playing in a pick-up basketball game. Angie, who had just graduated, was watching.

After someone crashed into Angie on the sidelines, Bubba went over and the two struck up a conversation. It was from that point they began dating.

When did Bubba and Angie marry?

They tied the knot in 2004.

Do they have any children?

The pair have two adopted children, Caleb and Dakota, in which they have a semi-open relationship with their birth  mothers.

Angie is the driving force behind Bubba's work for cancer charities. His father, Gerry Sr., died of throat cancer in 2010.

Watson's pink Ping driver has become arguably the most iconic club on the PGA Tour.

In 2013 Bubba had a scholarship – unveiled at half-time at a University of Georgia basketball game – endowed in Angie’s name to underline all her hard work.

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