Masters 2018: Tiger Woods eagles par-5 15th in final round

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Tiger Woods said his goal for the final round of the Masters -- which he began at 4-over par -- was to get back to even par for the week.

He inched ever closer to that goal on the par-5 15th Sunday, holing a tremendous eagle putt to get to 1 over:

The par 5s, which Woods typically eats up at Augusta National, had been a struggle early this week for Woods. He didn't make his first birdie until the 13th hole on Friday -- his sixth turn at a par 5 for the week.

Since then, Woods has played the par 5s in 6 under, including 5 under on Sunday with three birdies and the eagle.

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