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Is Bubba Watson's Secret No Lessons?

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Bubba Watson's media blitz in New York City this week, after winning the Masters, set an unofficial PGA Tour record for most national-television appearances in a 24-hour period: 13, according to Tour officials, with radio and print interviews interspersed. It wasn't just the number that impressed: After most of those appearances, celebrity-jaded staffers lined the stage-door exits to ask for photos and autographs.

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