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Masters 2015: Sangmoon Bae Holes Out for Eagle at Augusta National

Masters 2015 Saturday in 43 Seconds
GOLF Magazine's Jeff Ritter is in Augusta to discuss all that happened on Day 3 of the 2015 Masters.

Sangmoon Bae took advantage of Augusta National's speedy, undulating greens to make an eagle during the final round Sunday.

Bae, a 29-year-old from South Korea, eagled the 14th hole from 166 yards out after his drive landed in the second cut. It’s (so far) the only eagle of the week on the par 4.

His shot lands left of the flag, rolls back down the slope into the cup for an eagle,

Bae turned professional in 2004 and this is his third Masters appearance. He finished 1-under for the tournament.

Here's the shot:

 

 

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Take a look inside John Daly's RV parked in front of the Augusta Hooters.
Take a look inside John Daly's RV parked in front of the Augusta Hooters.

 

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