Former Wake Forest golf star Webb Simpson told that he is looking impatiently to this week.

Webb, who missed around a month early this season along with a slight back complaint, is feeling a whole lot better these days.
Simpson is in line to play this week because of his 2012 U.S. Open win. Simpson said that he is healthy after taking around a month off from his muscle spasms. This has been a great few days, and he is really feeling great.
Simpson, now 30, is playing in his 5th Masters and he loves that. Simpson told that their kids are getting bigger, and Dowd and he is expecting their 4th so they are really blessed. He just love bringing the family there and on the course. He has to stay very patient. That is very significant around there.
Webb played in the par-three competition on Wednesday and he had a hole-in-1 on the 9th hole. Simpson, this season, has played in just 8 events but does have 3 top twenty-five showings.

Meanwhile Tom Watson has his eyes on his final Masters. He is all set to bid adieu to his competitive career at this years Masters. He would make his forty-third appearance, and it would be his very last. Watson said that people ask him, what is it going to feel like walking up the eighteenth hole, and he really does not know. People do ask him what it would be like walking up the 18th hole, and he tells that e really does not anything about that.