Even Phil Mickelson had to laugh when he saw his shot from the fairway almost go in on No. 15, nearly giving him an impossible three eagles in a row.
His shot into the cup on No. 14 for eagle, following an eagle on 13, tied a Masters record, two eaglies in a row. No one ever has had three in succession.
Mickelson is 12 under, one ahead of Lee Westwood, who got too aggressive on his second shot on 13.
And the guys on CBS, besides noting that Westwood's five-shot lead turned into a one-stroke deficit in the space of 35 minutes, said what yours truly wrote here before that: Saturday feels like Sunday.
By the way, Tiger Woods is tied for fourth, only five shots back with a good chance for birdie on 15. Or eagle?