Bubba Watson fights against ADHD

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Bubba Watson fights against ADHD

The American golfer Bubba Watson can boast two career triumphs at The Masters. And that now, on the eve of The Genesis Invitational, an event of the PGA Tour until Sunday in California, he wanted to talk about his sufferings.

Caused by an attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), as well as anxiety problems, which has led to many teasing in the past. "He hurt me but now I have learned to know and manage myself. I thought I was going to die, but I never stopped fighting.

I no longer need to hide that I am a man with some problems and that sometimes cries. There are ups and downs in life and I am not ashamed to admit it," he said. He was also and above all helped by golf. A sport, his sport, considered perfect for those suffering from ADHD.

Annika Sorenstam's come back

The world knows Annika on a first-name basis after her legendary 15-year professional golf career that broke world records and forever changed the way women’s golf is played. About her come back she said: "Thirteen years without real games is a long time.

I am happy and grateful to be able to play again. However, my expectations are low. But it will already be a lot to be on the field." Amid controversy, the presidential medal for freedom from Donald Trump a few hours after the assault by his supporters on Capitol Hill.

A day after the invasion of the US Capitol building, Gary Player and Annika Sorenstam accepted the Presidential Medal of Freedom from President Donald Trump in a closed-door ceremony. The White House confirmed this in a press release.

This prestigious award is the Nation’s highest civilian honor, which is awarded by the President to individuals who have made especially meritorious contributions to the security or national interests of the United States, to world peace, or to cultural or other significant public or private endeavors.

Annika earned her way into the World Golf Hall of Fame after becoming the only player in Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) Tour history to shoot 59, achieve 89 worldwide victories (including 72 LPGA and 10 Major Championships), and be awarded prestigious titles including the Associated Press Female Athlete of the Year and the Golf Writers Association of America Female Athlete of the Year.

In 2008, Annika Sorenstam stepped beyond professional golf to focus on her family, foundation, and brand. Annika is an athlete, philanthropist, and entrepreneur who has committed her life to winning. Gary J. Player is a men’s golf legend who has won 165 professional golf tournaments worldwide and is one of only five men to ever capture golf’s coveted Career Grand Slam.

Now for the first time since 2008, Annika Sorenstam, the women's golf legend, will return to play in an official LPGA Tour event. The Swedish player, who boasts 72 titles on the Tour, will be among the protagonists of the Gainbridge Championship, a tournament that will take place from 25 to 28 February in Orlando, Florida.

On the course of the Lake Nona Golf and Country Club there will therefore also be the Sorenstam who last January had played, alongside the celebrities, the Diamond Resorts Tournament of Champions. For an unofficial appearance.