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Two-time Masters winner Bubba Watson has become the latest player to sign with the LIV Golf Invitational Series.
Watson has been out of action since the US PGA Championship due to a knee injury and will be a non-playing captain in the Saudi-backed circuit's next tournament in Boston.
The 43-year-old has managed just one top-three finish over the past four seasons, which came at the Waste Management Open in 2020.
LIV Golf CEO and commissioner Greg Norman said: "Bubba Watson is a tremendous addition to LIV Golf – another major champion joining the growing list of stars on our teams.
"His game combines the power, innovation and excitement that the LIV Golf brand represents.
"He's a risk-taker who has cemented his name among the world's very best and we're eager for him to come aboard to bring new energy and audiences to this league."
Brooks Koepka and Henrik Stenson have also recently signed with LIV Golf, with the latter being stripped of the captaincy of Europe's Ryder Cup team as a result.
The series this week announced it will expand in 2023, taking the number of tournaments to 25 with a Team World Championship match play finale at the end of the season.