Which players have made an albatross in the Masters?

So far the only players who have scored an albatross in the Masters are Gene Sarazen in 1935, Bruce Devlin in 1967, Jeff Maggert in 1994 and Louis Oosthuizen 2012.

More about the albatrosses in the Masters history

A double eagle (also known as an albatross) in golf occurs when a player scores three strokes under par on a single hole.

Gene Sarazen holed a shot from 235 yards (4-wood) on No. 15 in the final round.

Bruce  Devlin holed a 4-wood from 248 yards on the par 5 8th hole during his first round.

Jeff  Maggert became the third person ever to score a double eagle in the Masters tournament with his second shot from 222 yards on the 13th hole.

Louis Oosthuizen shot his historic double eagle on hole No. 2 during the 2012 Masters.