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Having a 149-yard second shot tossed toward the rear of the putting surface, Leishman hit a ball with sufficient spin to return lower the slope and roll in to the cup for any deuce. The bald eagle got Leishman to under componen for his final round.
Marc Leishman heated up the patrons for that roars that’ll reverberate through the property afterwards Sunday mid-day by having an bald eagle 2 around the componen-4 seventh hole.
It’s Masters Sunday, everyone! We’re likely to crown a brand new Masters champion later within the day, but, prior to the final categories of contenders jump on the program, all of those other weekend field will get your final lap around Augusta National.
Now, the seventh hole continues to be no. 10 handicap hole, which makes it among the simpler ones around the course. However, an bald eagle is definitely an bald eagle, and Leishman will earn a cup trophy for this.