Matt Kuchar and Bo Van Pelt, you now have some company for best shot of the Masters and it comes from the South African Louis Oosthuizen. Oosthuizen's double eagle on the second hole not only was simply an amazing shot but vaulted him past Phil Mickelson and Peter Hanson into first place atop the leaderboard. From one stroke back to two strokes ahead, here's the visual evidence and celebratory aftermath.
Here is Louis Oosthuizen's approach on the second hole with the double eagle as a result. That ball must have rolled almost 100 feet.
Of course, the only way to celebrate such a spectacular shot is to find someone close and get your high five on, right? Caddy, where are you brother? Come high five with me bro!
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