Bubba got the status of professional golfer in 2003; immediately he got a ‘Nationwide Tour’ card and began making the income. By 2006, he got an opportunity to accede for PGA Tours. Eventually, he won his first PGA Tour in 2010. Followed by this, he began playing well against the other professional golfers such as Mickelson and Webb Simpson. In 2010, Bubba was drafted for Ryder Cup, but on those days his father was striving for life. At the same time, 2010 was the lucky and worst year for him.
Furthermore, Bubba is the winner of the ‘2012 Masters Tournament’ and ‘2014 Masters Tournament’ that boosts up his income well. In 2015, Bubba got his position in ‘Official World Golf Ranking’.
While on the PGA Tours he is the longest driver that can hit a ball with magnificent speed. His winnings include 2 Major Championships, 1 World Golf Championship and 9 other PGA tours till now.
Bubba Watson Net Worth 2021:
- $38 Million(About)
Besides golf career, in 2010, he introduced his own clothing line in the market by the name ‘Bubba Golf’ that also added little in his earnings. He once appeared on the music video of Andy Mineo for a song too.
Bubba Watson Earnings 2021:
- Will clear and public soon.
Bubba Watson Wife:
He met with his spouse Angie Watson in Georgia. Angie was an NBA player and played several events for the women’s basketball team. In September 2004, they got married. The couple was unable to produce children naturally, therefore, they decide to adopt the child.
So, in 2012 they adopted a son and named him Caleb. Two years later, the couple adopted one more child. They are feeling comfortable with each other.
- A pic with one and only Angie Watson and Son:
Short Bio on Bubba Watson:
He was born in Bagdad, Florida. Furthermore, Gerry Watson (father) and Molly Marie Watson (mother) are his parents. His father encouraged him to have a name in the golf society. However, he lost his father in 2010. Bubba went to Milton High School and joined the school’s golf club. Afterward, Bubba joined the team of Faulkner State Community College. For further studies, he enrolled in the University of Georgia.