Patrick Reed lowered his par score four shots in the span of three holes at the Masters Saturday thanks to a pair of eagles, on Nos. 13 and 15.
Reed was 11 under entering 13 after a bogey on 12, but quickly made up for the lost shot and more.
The eagle left him at 13 under and extended his lead to four shots over Rory McIlroy.
But Reed kept up his attack on the back nine. On 15, he chipped in for the second eagle.
Reed was 15 under after eagle No. 2 and had all but locked up the lead heading into the final round.