After two successive pars, Matsuyama eagled the par-5 15th hole when his second shot — a towering, precise 5-iron — landed four feet from the flagstick.
What hole did Matsuyama go in the water?
Hideki Matsuyama looked like he was going to cruise to a relaxing victory before he put his second shot into the water on the 15th hole.
Did Matsuyama go in the water?
The 27-year-old American sent one into the water on the 16th and triple bogeyed it—meaning Matsuyama gained two strokes on him even as he struggled to a bogey himself. That left Matsuyama two strokes ahead of Will Zalatoris, who had just wrapped up at 9 under.
What hole is Hideki on?
His drive on the 18th hole was stunning. Leaving him a relatively simple approach into the 18th green, Hideki played sensibly, opting for the right half of the green which he pushed slightly and ended up in the greenside bunker. This tricky shot was superbly executed under pressure leaving him with an 8 footer for par.
Who shot 63 at the Masters?
Nick Price In the first round, Norman shot the second-ever 63 at the Masters (Nick Price had the first 63, in the third round in 1986). Opening with six pars, Norman birdied nine of the final twelve holes....1996 Masters Tournament.Tournament informationWinners share$450,000ChampionNick Faldo276 (−12)14 more rows
Who shot 64 at the Masters?
Webb Simpson and Patrick Cantlay also shot 64, the first time in Masters history three rounds of 64 or better were shot on the same day.