Bubba Watson is putting his fat Masters check to good use.

After winning his second green jacket last month, the 35-year-old took a group of family and friends to Waffle House, where he covered the meal and left a $148 tip.

And now Watson has picked up the tab for a large group of people at another beloved fast food joint. Except rather than seven people, which was the size of his post-Masters Waffle House jaunt, this time Watson paid for some 900 hungry employees at Ping.

Watson stopped by the headquarters of his sponsor this week and treated every single employee to lunch from Chipotle.

Watson loves Chipotle -- he's stopped by the joint and paid for 60 people before. But 900? That's something else.

Watson told Golf Digest that this was the least he could do for the company that provides him with his equipment.

"These people, they're helping me. They're the guys behind the scenes, making sure I have the right equipment, working hard," he said. "I owe a lot to them, and so this is just a simple way of giving thanks."

An unofficial estimate pegged the lunch at around $10,000. That's just a drop in the bucket for Watson, who earned $1.6 million for his Masters victory and is reportedly worth $20 million.