Albatross leaves Oosthuizen's head spinning

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

AUGUSTA, Ga. — Instead of leaving with the green jacket, Louis Oosthuizen will have to settle for an albatross. Outdone in a playoff by perhaps the only shot more spectacular than his double eagle, Oosthuizen came up short

By Ulrika G. Gerth Correspondent NEWBURYPORT — To an albatross, the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, as the swirling mass of trash in the North Pacific has become known, looks delicious. Drawn to the gleaming surface, the albatross mistakes the floating

Like the galleries that roared with excitement at his amazing albatross, Oosthuizen could not get it out of his mind. The South African thought his incredible shot, when he holed out from 235 yards on the par-5 second hole, was a sure sign that it was

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