It was a record-setting week for scoring at the Masters, highlighted by Jordan Spieth's incredible play. The entire field has taken advantage of softer course conditions this week, posting a ton of birdies and eagles. 

This year's field recorded 47 eagles over the four days, which is a record amount of crystal handed out by Augusta National, smashing the old record of 37 eagles in a Masters that stood since 1991. 

Of the 47 eagles, three came on Par 4s. Seung-Yul Noh holed out from 166 yards on No. 14 on Sunday, Morgan Hoffmann holed out from 123 yards on No. 3 on Saturday and Thongchai Jaidee holed out from 98 yards on No. 3 on Friday.

Dustin Johnson set a Masters record for eagles in a single round with three on Friday. The most eagles by the field in a round came on Friday and Sunday with 17 eagles in the second and fourth rounds. 

No. 13 was the easiest hole on the course by far this week, surrendering 20 eagles on the week. There were nine eagles on No. 15, eight on No. 2 and seven on No. 8 this week. 

Despite all the eagles from the field, the Masters winner Jordan Spieth -- who tied the tournament scoring record -- did not record an eagle all week. 

Dustin Johnson's three eagles Friday were a record at Augusta National.(Getty Images)
Dustin Johnson's three eagles Friday were a record at Augusta National. (Getty Images)

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