Louis Oosthuizen made Masters history this afternoon as he sunk a hole-in-two from around 260 yards out on the second hole of the final round. The double-eagle – or albatross – was the fourth in Masters history. Oosthuizen is now the leader at -10.
Totally reinventing themselves.
Thing is on the fritz again.
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