08 April 2012

Watch Louis Oosthuizen's epic double eagle at the final round of the Masters

For only the fourth time in the 76 year history of the Masters, we had a double eagle, or an albatross if you will. It came courtesy of the South African Louis Oosthuizen, known for winning the 2010 Open Championship, at the second hole at Augusta to move into the lead at -10 on his second shot on the par five known as Pink Dogwood. Oosthuizen holed out from around 260 yards away. Magnificent stuff. Let's go to the videotape.



After three holes Oosthuizen is still in the lead at -10, two strokes ahead of Peter Hanson and Phil Mickelson, and don't forget, the champion last year was a South African as well.

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