Masters 2017: Kevin Chappell Holes Eagle on 7 From 131-Yards Out (Video)

Apr 8, 2017; Augusta, GA, USA; Kevin Chappell hits out of a bunker on the 2nd hole during the third round of The Masters golf tournament at Augusta National Golf Club. Mandatory Credit: Michael Madrid-USA TODAY Sports

On moving day at the Masters, 2017, Kevin Chappell turned out the highlights of the tournament by Eagling 7 from 131-yards out.

While the leaderboard consists of names such as Sergio Garcia, Jordan Spieth and Justin Rose, there’s another name making waves at Augusta during the 2017 Masters.

Kevin Chappell is that man’s name.

On 7, he eagled by holing a stroke from 131-yards out:

This shot came after recording a ridiculous six bogeys the round prior. Through 12 holes on Saturday, Chappell found himself two-under. He finished the round at +1.

The current leaders are Garcia and Rose who are each -6 through 16 and 18 holes, respectively. Garcia, of course, is still in search of that elusive major title.

Sunday is shaping up to be one hell of a finish at The Masters.

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