Louis Oosthuizen sank the first ever Albatross at hole number two in Augusta at the Matsters today. He vaulted himself into the lead over Mickelson and Peter Hanson with the shot and went to -10 under on the tournament. He was generous enough to toss the ball into the crowd after he picked it up out of the hole and gave some lucky fan the prize of a life time. (wouldn't be surprised if the ball was on Ebay already)
Until this one, the most famous double-eagle at Augusta was the one Gene Sarazen knocked in on No. 15 en route to a playoff victory in 1935 -- known as the shot that put the Masters on the map.
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