Bubba Watson learned from 2012 'hangover'

At the prime of his career at age 35, two-time Masters Tournament champion Bubba Watson is getting better every year, according to caddie Ted Scott, who has been on his bag since 2011.

Watson celebrates win at Waffle House

Forget steak and lobster. A late-night Waffle House celebratory meal and Steak n' Shake milkshake suited 2014 Masters champion Bubba Watson.

Masters drama awaits

Co-leaders Bubba Watson and Jordan Spieth tee off at 2:40 p.m., and many questions await before the final-round drama unfolds.

Largest final-round comeback at the Masters

In recent years, the Masters champion has come out of one of the final pairings. But in 1956, Jack Burke Jr. made history. He came from eight shots back in the final round to defeat amateur Ken Venturi by a shot, setting the record for largest comeback at the Masters.In 1996, Nick Faldo rallied from a six-shot deficit to Greg Norman entering the final day to win his third green jacket.In 2011, Charl Schwartzel trailed Rory McIlroy by four shots after 54 holes. The South African birdied the final four holes for the victory.

Gallacher off to hot start with 33 on front nine. He is 5-over for the tournament

Bowditch eagles No. 2, is 3-under for the day and 1-over for tournament

Steven Bowditch eagled No. 2 and birdied the third hole to improve to 1-over for the tournament.Through three Sunday holes, Bowditch is 3-under for the day. He is the fourth golfer to eagle No. 2 this week.

The top 12 golfers (and ties) are invited back to the 2015 #Masters. Currently that number is 1-under

Sandy Lyle eagled No. 13 in his 100th Masters round

Couples birdies No. 1, is 2-under and just three back of the lead

Couples birdies again, is already at 3-under after two holes