Bubba Watson: 'Masters win took great deal of dedication'

Bubba Watson admits that he worked very hard to get back to the top of his game to claim his second Masters title in Augusta.

Bubba Watson has admitted that it took a great deal of dedication to claim his second Masters win at Augusta.

Watson beat out Jordan Spieth in the final round of the tournament, carding a three-under 69 to finish eight under to claim the title for a second time in three years.

"I told my caddie up the 18th that I couldn't remember the last few holes, I was just hanging on and thinking about making pars," Watson told reporters.

"Somehow I did and walking off 18 was a little bit easier this time. I kind of lucked into the last one, this one is a lot different, it was a lot of dedication to get back here."

The 35-year-old was ranked 12th in the world before the competition.

2014 Masters champion Bubba Watson receives his green jacket from last year's winner Adam Scott at Augusta National Golf Club, Georgia on April 13, 2014
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