Posted April 18, 2013 on AP on Fox
Tom Watson hopes the Champions Tour's three-tournament swing through Georgia starting in Atlanta this week helps him get his game back in winning form. After missing the cut in the Masters last week, Watson will play in one of the featured groups on Friday in the first round of the Greater Gwinnett Championship at TPC Sugarloaf. Watson will play with Bernhard Langer and David Frost in the Champions Tour's first stop in the Atlanta area since 2000. The 63-year-old Watson says he hopes he can ''get on a little roll'' by playing three straight weeks in Georgia, including the Legends of Golf next week in Savannah. ''I like playing tournaments in a row like that because when you haven't played in a while your game gets a little ratty along the edges,'' Watson said. ''After playing a second week and a third week your game gets a little honed. Hopefully you can get on a little roll and win. That's what I'm still trying to do ou...
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