Bubba's back, Watson wins Genesis Open at Riviera

Bubba's back, Watson wins Genesis Open at Riviera

Two days after McGrady, the former NBA star, rejected a Watson drive to the basket in the NBA All-Star Weekend's Celebrity Game, Watson rejected all comers in Sunday's final round of the Genesis Open, which he won by two shots over Tony Finau and Kevin Na at 12-under par. Finau lurked all day.

PGA Tour Champions: Joe Durant birdied the final two holes to win the Chubb Classic in Naples, Fla, by four shots.

John Daly had a hole-in-one in a 67 to get to 13-under.

"I was top-10 in the world for a few years and so not being there, you feel like is this it, is this my old man moment, where I can't play golf again?"

Joost Luiten also produced a very strong back nine on his way to winning the Oman Open, his sixth European Tour title, by two shots from England's Chris Wood.

It started at the 305-yard par-4 10th, when Watson opted to lay up short of the left bunker, then pitch onto the green for a two-putt par. Because physically, I wasn't where I needed to be to continue to play.

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ADELAIDE, Australia (AP) — Jin Young Ko of South Korea, playing in her first event as an LPGA Tour member, closed with a 3-under 69 to complete a wire-to-wire victory in the Women's Australian Open. Earlier in the week Watson had said he'd consider dropping out of the tournament if it meant he could make the National Basketball Association game, but it turns out he was able to play in both - and we imagine he's glad he didn't give up the day job prematurely on Friday. Hannah Green (69) of Australia was alone in third. She also won the LPGA KEB Hana Bank Championship in South Korea late a year ago, which earned her LPGA membership. This was Watson's 10th Tour title.

Watson started his round with an eagle on the par-5 first hole, his 128th eagle since 2007, the most of any player on the PGA Tour.

European Tour: Joost Luiten of the Netherlands won the inaugural Oman Open in Muscat to break a title drought of almost 17 months. The timing could not have been better for Luiten.

Watson moves into the top 50 and is eligible for the World Golf Championship, which begins March 1 in Mexico. He missed out on the 2016 team, finishing outside the automatic qualifying spots.

Luiten would be the first Dutchman to play in the competition, so it would be massive for him and the country.