Masters 2018: Watch eagles made this week at Augusta

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The 2015 Masters still holds the record for the most eagles in the tournament's history, when a staggering 47 were carded that year.

This year's tournament was off to a much slower start, with only five eagles in Thursday's first round. But the action picked up throughout the tournament, as there ended up being 28 over the course of the four rounds. Amateur Doug Ghim and Jon Rahm had made the most eagles with three, while Patrick Reed's back-nine eagles on Saturday helped him grab the 54-hole lead and eventually the green jacket.

Watch some of the best eagles made so far right here:

Jordan Spieth, Round 1, Hole 8 (Par 5)

Sandy Lyle, Round 1, Hole 15 (Par 5)

Doug Ghim (A), Round 1, Hole 18 (Par 4)

Doug Ghim (A), Round 1, Hole 13 (Par 5)

Dustin Johnson, Round 2, Hole 2 (Par 5)

Marc Leishman, Round 2, Hole 15

Jon Rahm, Round 2, Hole 2

Jon Rahm, Round 2, Hole 8

Matthew Fitzpatrick, Round 3, Hole 15

Rickie Fowler, Round 3, Hole 2

Doug Ghim (A), Round 3, Hole 13

Rory McIlroy, Round 3, Hole 8

Phil Mickelson, Round 3, Hole 8

Jon Rahm, Round 3, Hole 8

Patrick Reed, Round 3, Hole 13

Patrick Reed, Round 3, Hole 1

Paul Casey, Round 4, Hole 13

Charley Hoffman, Round 4, Hole 16 (Hole-in-one)

Phil Mickelson, Round 4, Hole 15

Webb Simpson, Round 4, Hole 7

Webb Simpson, Round 4, Hole 8

Bubba Watson, Round 4, Hole 13

Tiger Woods, Round 4, Hole 15



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