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.
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.
Updated: 20-Jul-2022 | Email feedback to this question