Posted by IonLoop on April 08, 2012
Historic day at Augusta…while the young South African did not leave Georgia with a Green Jacket, he has earned a permanent spot in the very exclusive Albatross Club with Gene Sarazen, one of the world's top players in the 1920s and 1930s.
On Sunday, our team of avid golfers watched in awe as the young player accomplished an amazing feat. The 29 year-old that came from a family of tennis players was said to be just as surprised with the remarkable shot as his spectators as we all watched the ball drop into the cup.
According to a Boston Herald article, “a double eagle is more rare than a hole in one, whose odds are approximated at 13,000-to-1 for the average golfer.” The strength of his historic double-eagle propelled him into the lead and an eventual playoff sadly, and unlike Sarazen before him, he lost on the second playoff hole.
It was only the fourth double-eagle in the history of the Masters and the first ever on the par-5 second at Augusta National. To our great excitement, IonLoop was there for “the shot” and was clearly visible as he held his arms high standing in the middle of the fairway. The IonLoop Black South Africa Flag bracelet had its day of glory in Augusta, Georgia this weekend.
Perhaps the black South Africa IonLoop bracelet that he was wearing had a positive influence on this exceptional young PGA Tour player. Maybe this cool little bracelet will have an effect on your game as well…
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