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Rickie Fowler holes 76-footer for eagle at Wells Fargo Championship

By T.J. Auclair
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Reaching a par-4 green with your tee shot is pretty cool. 
 
But converting the eagle putt? That's even cooler.
 
Rickie Fowler did just that on the seventh hole at Quail Hollow on Sunday in the final round of the Wells Fargo Championship, but it was no kick-in for eagle.
 
 
After reaching the green from the tee, Fowler had 76 feet, 1 inch remaining for eagle -- about as long a putt as one could have while still being on the green.
 
And, wouldn't you know it, he nailed it:
 
 
Believe it or not, that wasn't even the longest made putt of Fowler's career. In 2015, he made an 81-footer at TPC Scottsdale in the Phoenix Open.  
 

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