The Masters 2012 Highlights: Louis Oosthuizen's Double Eagle, Bubba Watson's …

Louis Oosthuizen trimmed three shots off his score with one smooth swing. Phil Mickelson added three to his with one shaky decision. In the span of about 20 minutes Sunday, Oosthuizen posted a rare double-eagle 2 and Mickelson made an ugly triple-bogey

Louis Oosthuizen grabbed the lead with a double-eagle on the second hole and was clinging to a one-shot advantage with four holes left at the Masters. Oosthuizen, the 2010 British Open champion, holed out from 253 yards

It must have been a memorable final round at the 2012 Masters when the pair of hole-in-one shots is an afterthought. Although Louis Oosthuizen was bested in a playoff by Bubba Watson, the South African golfer made

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

Bubba Watson won his first Masters, and first major title, in a playoff Sunday against Louis Oosthuizen, the 2010 British Open winner. Bubba Watson is a self-taught golfer. By Mark Lamport-Stokes, Reuters / April 9, 2012 Bubba Watson receives his green