It took one swing of the club and the 2012 Masters has a brand new leader a top its leaderboard. South Africa's Louis Oosthuizen made a double-eagle, the first ever in tournament history, on the par-5, Hole No. 2 on Sunday to take the outright lead at August National Golf Course.
The most rare score in golf, helped Oosthuizen move from 7-under par to 10-under, and now Phil Mickelson and Sweden's Peter Hanson are two shots back. Oosthuizen is thru two holes, while Mickelson and Hanson are on the second hole.
Meanwhile, St. John's University alum Keegan Bradley carded a 3-under, 69, in his final round to finish 3-over par overall. Currently, Bradley is in a tie for 32nd place. Tiger Woods is complete his disappointing Masters performance with another over-par round. Woods is currently 2-over par thru 16 holes and is 5-over par for the championship.