The par-5 13th hole at Augusta National -- the final hole on the three-hole Amen Corner loop -- is arguably the most beautiful on the course. And that's saying something, because there are so many gorgeous holes out there.
Being a reachable par 5, it can also be one of the most dramatic holes on the course.
And so, that's what it was for Matt Kuchar on Thursday in the first round of the Masters.
Just off the back of the green in two, Kuchar had the perfect touch, chipping it in for an unlikely eagle.
You can watch how he did it here:
That eagle canceled out the double bogey Kuchar made on the par-5 eighth hole and had him at 1 under for the day.
Kuchar has finished in the top 10 at each of the last three Masters Tournaments.