Sarazen's Masterful double eagle
April 7, 1935
Down by three strokes at The Masters with just four holes left, Gene Sarazen delivers the most well-known shot in golf history -- a double eagle on the par-5 15th. After his drive leaves Sarazen 220 yards from the green, Sarazen uses his 4-wood to smack the ball over the small moat in front of the green. It lands on the apron, bounces a couple of times and then rolls into the cup, astounding the crowd as well as the golfer himself.
Sarazen picks up another stroke ...
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