More tears for Watson
Masters champion Bubba Watson has admitted to yet more tears before his return to golf in New Orleans this week.
"Pretty much every day I cry - I cried this morning when I was leaving my boy," said Watson, whose first major title came just two weeks after he and wife Angie adopted month-old Caleb.
The American is defending champion at the Zurich Classic and added: "I felt like it was an obligation that I should be here.
"I think I should be honoured that I won here before and I should be here.
"I would love to be at home right now watching my little boy and spending time with my wife, but I'm here because I just felt like it was the right thing to do."
Watson hopes his new status can help him raise even more money for charity than he has already.
"We're doing the Bubba Bash in Columbus, Ohio, where 10 artists are coming in and putting on a concert to raise money to build a medical centre in Africa called the Bubba and Angie Watson Medical Centre.
"That stuff is more important to me. Right now with this platform that I have of winning the Masters it's going to give me a better chance to raise good dollars for cancer, for the centre in Africa and different things like that."
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