Hold on, England.
Phil Mickelson carded two eagles and a birdie starting at No. 13 to assume the lead at The Masters.
Mickelson's eagles came back-to-back in a matter of minutes, allowing him to jump from 7-under to 11-under. He pulled even with Lee Westwood when the Englishman dropped a shot at No. 12.
After sinking an eagle putt on the par-5 13th, Mickelson holed out from about 140 yards on the par-4 14th.
"The bounces seemed to pay off and even out," Mickelson said after posting a 67. "You don't plan on balls like 14 going in the hole."
He nearly added a third consecutive eagle to his scorecard on the following hole, but his third shot on the par-5 setup landed inches from the pin.
Mickelson becomes just the third player in Masters history to do record two straight eagles in a round. Dan Pohl first achieved the feat in 1982. Dustin Johnson matched it last year.
Westwood is looking to end a 14-year drought for Englishmen at The Masters.
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