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Russell Henley went out early on Sunday at the Masters and made some noise before the leaders even teed off.
Needing to bounce back from a bogey at the the fourth hole, Henley went pinseeking on No. 5, and was so accurate that his ball landed directly in the hole, destroying it in the process.
After the eagle-2, Masters officials had to replace the cup and fix the edges for the groups playing behind Henley.