Sergio Garcia faced falling behind Justin Rose on the second nine of the 2017 Masters and needed a spark. Back-to-back bogeys on 10 and 11 had brought the doubt back, but then Garcia responded with an incredible two-hole turn at No. 14 and No. 15.
First was a birdie on the par-four 14th.
Masters 2017: Sergio Garcia | 14th Hole, Round 4 pic.twitter.com/MmLheOLcec— Masters Highlights (@MastersMoments) April 9, 2017
Then came the most dramatic turn yet, an eagle on No. 15, the same hole where Rose started his own run of birdie. The roars from the patrons when the eagle dropped for Garcia were among the loudest of the day, and a moment that will forever be tied to Garcia and his 2017 Masters run.
It was Garciaâs first eagle in his last 452 (!) holes at the Masters.