We witnessed some great shots on day two at Augusta, here we take a look at the picks of the bunch…
US Masters Best Shots 2019 – Round Two
Round two of the Masters is in the books and five men share the lead heading into the weekend, with Tiger Woods just one back.
Below, we pick out some of the best shots from day one at Augusta National, including a hole-out eagle on the 7th hole from Honda Classic winner Keith Mitchell.
US Masters Best Shots 2019 – Round Two:
Tiger Woods birdie on 15
Forced to lay up after pulling his drive left, Woods made up for it with this superb birdie putt up the hill.
Rory McIlroy’s 50ft birdie putt on 16
It wasn’t the best of days for Rory but this 50 footer made sure that he would have no worries of missing the cut.
Justin Thomas chip-in birdie on 6
Justin Thomas chip-in eagle at the 15th
Kevin Mitchell hole-out eagle on 7
Rory McIlroy tee shot on 4th
Dustin Johnson chip-in birdie at 13
Adam Scott eagle on 15
The video doesn’t actually show you but his 2-iron was without doubt one of the shots of the day, especially when you consider that it came after a 45-minute delay due to lightning.
US Masters Best Shots 2019 – Round One:
Phil Mickelson’s near-ace on 16
Lefty came THIS close to making the first hole-in-one of the 2019 Masters…
Bryson DeChambeau’s near-ace on 16
The Golfing Scientist also nearly made a hole-in-one on the par-3 16th…
DeChambeau’s chip-in on 17
After birdies at 13, 15 and 16, the five-time PGA Tour winner then chipped in for birdie on the 17th…
Patton Kizzire’s eagle on 2
The American’s chip-in on the 2nd was the first eagle of the 2019 Masters…
McIlroy’s birdie on 16
He didn’t have his best stuff on Thursday but this 35ft birdie putt on 16 helped the cause…
Tiger Woods’ birdie on 14
Woods made back-to-back birdies on 13 and 14. This one was impressive after his drive found the trees down the left…
Koepka’s birdie putt on 12
The three-time Major winner putted it in from off the green on the famous 12th for a 2…
And shot of the day goes to…
Bryson DeChambeau for almost making a 2 at the 18th…
DeChambeau and Koepka both lead at six under par after round one.
Phil Mickelson is just one back after a 67, which is his lowest opening round at Augusta since 2010…when he won his third Green Jacket.