Adam Scott Albatross / Double Eagle 8th hole The Lakes Australian Open 2011 Posted on: January 24, 2013 by adminCategories: Golf Eagles VideosTags: 2011, Adam, Albatross, Australian, Double, Eagle, Hole, Lakes, Open, Scott Video Rating: 4 / 5 25 thoughts on “Adam Scott Albatross / Double Eagle 8th hole The Lakes Australian Open 2011” @depor23 aah fair enough… Like I said I wasn’t one hundred percent sure I think it was the first to be televised at Augusta. And they say oosthuizien’s albatross in the masters was the first ever televised I may be wrong but I swear I have heard a couple of Americans say it birdie…….eagle……taradactyl… albatross is cooler though “I’ve had 3”.. rofl, yeah right. Kind of funny that in the gold world rankings, none of the top 3 in the world are over 40. The number 2 in the world being only 23. Hardly for people in retirement. People like you are just fucking idiot’s. Techincally the definition of eagle is 1 under birdie. Do double eagle is two under birdie. Dont ask why… triple birdie?? Great, now I have to find bananamaster22’s comment, oh wait, it’s on page 2, yay! I would rather have a double eagle than an ace. so so so much harder to get. Found 3 things today to make me a better golfer!! 1. Tiger Woods slow motion golf swing video 2. GrooveSharpener. com—golf tool for more backspin 3. And now this video mate, the fact you’re watching this makes you a hypocrite. You try hit that shot, you’ll be in bed the rest of the year. Poser. AUSSIES!! Never seen that before Surprisingly enough golfing terms arent mathematically accurate. @ banana master, anyone who plays golf knows its a gentlemen’s game. You sir are defiantly not a gentlemen. Love you Adam Happy Gilmore shot! logged in just to thumbs that up cock First to click dislike 🙂 golf sucks, its for people in retirement. eagle = 2 under double eagle = 4 under? Fucken represent. Aussie ftw. Albatross is the British / Aussie / Euro term, Double Eagle is the American version Comments are closed.