Get the best prices and book a round at one of 1,700 courses across the UK & Ireland Get a NOW TV Sky Sports Pass Catch your favourite sport with a NOW TV Sky Sports Day Pass – one-off payment just £9.99 Bubba Watson claimed his first major victory by beating Louis Oosthuizen in a play-off at Augusta National in 2012 and there were plenty of tears after his win; Watch the 2020 Masters live from November 12-15 on Sky Sports’ dedicated Masters channel Last Updated: 07/11/20 7:35pm – Advertisement – – Advertisement – We take a trip back to the 2012 Masters and Bubba Watson’s tearful reaction as he claimed his first major victory There were plenty of tears at Augusta National in 2012 after Bubba Watson claimed his first major victory by securing the first of his two Masters titles.The American left-hander was forced into a play-off with South African Louis Oosthuizen after the pair finished on 10 under after 72 holes.They both parred the first extra hole – the 18th – and it looked to be advantage Oosthuizen when Watson hooked his tee shot on the second extra hole – the 10th – into the trees down the right of the fairway. 2:20 However, he then produced a sensational recovery shot as he hooked a wedge from the pine straw onto the green, turning his ball almost 90 degrees, and within 10 feet of the hole.Watson missed his birdie putt but Oosthuizen failed to make his par and the American tapped in to secure the title. That sparked a flood of tears as he hugged his caddie Ted Scott and he then shared a touching moment with his mother as his victory started to sink in.Click on the video above to see Watson’s magic from the pines and his tearful victory celebration! Watch The Masters this November live on Sky Sports, with all four rounds exclusively live on Sky Sports’ Masters channel. Live coverage beings with Featured Groups from 12.30pm on Thursday November 12. – Advertisement –
The coronavirus pandemic causes great damage to all segments of the Croatian economy on a daily basis, with the tourism sector among the most affected. This year will be especially demanding for tourist shipping companies. According to the information coming from the shipowners, the works on the ships that are in the new construction have been stopped and everything has been in a complete standstill for the last month. “At the moment, in the situation caused by the coronavirus, Dalmatian shipowners are struggling to keep their current reservations by postponing them for some time and by applying to government measures and agreements with banks, regarding extremely large loans that are a condition for building, renovating and preparing ships for the season. to get through this difficult and uncertain period,” navodi predsjednik HGK – Županijske komore Split Joze Tomaš, which is the seat of the National Association of Tourist Shipping Companies HGK. This growth was expected this year as well, when it is estimated that about 15 new tourist ships were to set sail in the Split-Dalmatia County and five more from other coastal counties. Therefore, the shipowners hope that they will be met and that the banks will have understanding and approve a moratorium on loans for a minimum of one year. Even shipowners who are not in credit obligations this situation will force them to take out loans to cover current liabilities and retain the workforce. In proportion to the number of new ships on the market, the number of passengers in tourist shipping grew from year to year, and according to the Port of Split, the third largest in the Mediterranean, last year the number of passengers increased by 20%. Mali brodari traže moratorij na kredite na godinu dana – At the moment, the stalemate is still complete, and how much the current loss is confirmed by one of the leading travel agencies in Croatia, Katarina line, known for cruising the Adriatic in luxury ships, which in normal circumstances in this period would be about 15 days had part of the ships outside the home ports, with the first guests and groups. President of the Association of Tourist Shipping Companies of the Croatian Chamber of Commerce Ante Rakuljić emphasizes that these ships are a real Croatian product, from construction and equipment to servicing in Croatian shipyards, employment of almost exclusively Croatian seafarers and the offer of domestic food and Croatian products. A difficult business year is certain, and a complete absence of the season for shipowners is possible. If it is not possible to fully return to the old, shipowners believe that they will be able to adapt to new business conditions in terms of maintaining distance and hygiene, but this will require additional modifications and investments, which means new responsibilities and reduced capacity and number of passengers.