in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia where the most recognizable name in the field this week is two time Masters champ Bubba Watson. Watson is the only player in the top ten of the World Rankings playing here at the Greenbrier. And he may just have a bit of a home course advantage even though he's in the Classic for just the second time. Bubba Watson fell in love with the Greenbrier last summer when he played here, buying a lot and building a house, which he just moved into a month ago. Florida is still his primary state of residence though, and he stopped short of calling himself a West Virginian. bubba watson/2014 masters champ: i'm not sure but i like it so far so hopefully everybody else likes me so.. The wild and wonderful state has embraced Bubba. His face appears next to native son and nba legend Jerry West on a billboard, just off Interstate 64. bubba: my picture up there, i should be on the other side of the street facing the other way so nobody can see it. you're talking about the logo. you're talking about jerry west. you're talking about a legend in his sport. and then there's me. basically it's like i won the lotto and they just put my picture up next to his. The lefty who swings the pink shafted driver would like to grab the ultimate housewarming gift this week--a victory on the Old White. bubba: i've played it a few times. i've played it probably five times in the last two weeks. i've been able to see it and familiarize myself with it you know, try to figure out what shots i want to play. Bubba leads the Tour money list, thanks to his second Masters win in April. He missed the cut at last month's us Open, and says he still needs to be mentally tougher. bubba: i'm still learning and there's still gonna be days where i don't feel good so i'm gonna be upset out there on the course but i'm trying to improve and get better each day and that's really mental toughness is are you being a light for young kids or are you just being a jerk. so i've got to get better at not being a jerk.