TOMMY WATSON was a star in the making when he joined the U.S. Open at the start of the 2010 season.
It was a major coup for the men’s golf world, and he quickly made a name for himself as one of the top-ranked players in the world.
But when Watson’s career came to an abrupt halt, he had the opposite effect: He made headlines for not having been paid for the first three months of his contract.
Now Watson has turned to his new employer, Tiger Woods, and is preparing to face off against him in his first major title match in nearly two decades.
As a professional, Watson was already a superstar with an extraordinary record, but his success came at a price: In February of this year, Watson agreed to a new six-year contract with the golf giant that will pay him about $10 million a year, according to a report in Golf Digest.
The story was first reported by ESPN.
Watson, who has won seven major titles, was a superstar in his prime, and the sport will miss him dearly.
But his career came at an incredible price.
Tommy Watson won his last major title in 2010.
Now he’s facing a $10-million payday in six years.
-ESPN.com/USA Today SportsWatson, who is 27 and has been on the rise in the last two years, was widely considered to be the top golf player in the United States, a position he held for more than a decade.
But it didn’t always go smoothly.
In the last four years, he’s lost four major titles and is one of only two players in history to win seven majors.
He also has two losses in the final round of the U, S. Open and three losses in a season.
He missed out on winning two of his last five majors.
In his last three matches, Watson lost in the semifinals of the Masters, which was held in August.
After a string of setbacks, Watson’s contract with Tiger Woods was extended through the end of 2019.
That is a massive blow for him.
The two sides haven’t yet agreed on a new deal, and Watson’s agent, Richard Green, said in a statement that he and the company were working on it.
But Green has said Watson is not interested in playing in the U., and his only option now is to fight for a spot in the Masters.
Tiger Woods has been the biggest name on the tour for decades.
His team has won five majors in the past 10 years.
And Watson, one of their most decorated players, has earned a reputation as a superstar.
He has been named the most successful player in golf history by Forbes magazine, and his winnings have topped $2 billion.
He is a frequent visitor to the U of A and is expected to be one of its most popular players, according.
But Watson has also had his share of missteps.
In 2011, Watson had his contract extended to 2021, but he failed to make it to the finals of the PGA Championship, and lost to Jimmy Walker in the second round of a playoff.
In 2015, he failed a drug test for steroids in an attempt to qualify for the Pampers Tour, and was fined $100,000 by the PGC.
He returned to the PSC in 2017.
Watson also missed out in the Tour Championship, where he had a disappointing season.
Watson’s current contract expires in 2020, and it will be his last at Tiger Woods.
He will be 42 when his contract expires.
Watson has earned an extraordinary reputation as one the most decorated athletes in the history of the sport.
He won four majors in a row from 2010 to 2014.
He lost in each of the final three rounds of the 2016 PGA Championships.
He was also banned from the 2018 PGA Tour for six months after he tested positive for marijuana in August of that year.
But while Watson may have a big future ahead of him, his retirement isn’t without its downsides.
Woods is the only major winner since he retired in 2013, and while the current crop of golfers are still making a name, the former No. 1 has fallen far behind the competition.
The next four players to make their major debuts are: Kyle Larson, Bubba Watson, Jason Day, and Justin Rose.
At age 32, Woods has played his last tournament, the UPGA Tour Championship in 2017, and had his next five tournaments booked through the 2018-19 season.
The U. S. is not in the top 10 of the rankings.
Watson is a member of the United Arab Emirates Tour Hall of Fame, and Woods has won four consecutive majors at the World Golf Championships-América-Hungary.
If Watson wants to continue to play, it would make sense to go to the Masters or the U-18s, where Watson is currently ranked No. 3.
He could also choose