Fan returns double-eagle ball

Slocum / AP. Louis Oosthuizen of South Africa and his caddie Wynand Stander react after Oosthuizen's double eagle on the par 5 second hole during the fourth round of the Masters golf tournament, April 8, in Augusta, Ga.

Streeter Lecka/Getty Images Wayne Mitchell, left, eventually decided to give Louis Oosthuizen's double-eagle ball back to Augusta National. It landed in the hands of Mitchell, a 59-year old from New Tripoli, Pa., who was making his fifth trip to the

Slocum / AP. Louis Oosthuizen of South Africa and his caddie Wynand Stander react after Oosthuizen's double eagle on the par 5 second hole during the fourth round of the Masters golf tournament, April 8, in Augusta, Ga.

AUGUSTA, Ga. — even if he doesn't have a place in the champion's locker room at the Masters, Louis Oosthuizen can say he has a spot in the Albatross Club with Gene Sarazen. Not a bad consolation prize: That shot by "The

Slocum / AP. Louis Oosthuizen of South Africa and his caddie Wynand Stander react after Oosthuizen's double eagle on the par 5 second hole during the fourth round of the Masters golf tournament, April 8, in Augusta, Ga.

Fan returns double-eagle ball


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