April 11 (UPI) -- American golfer Patton Kizzire made the first eagle of the 2019 Masters tournament Thursday at Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Ga.
The No. 97 player in the world made par on the 445-yard, par-4 first hole in the first round, before walking up to the tee box on No. 2. Kizzire, 33, smacked his first shot 288 yards on the par-5, 575-yard hole, known as "Pink Dogwood."