It was another blustery, difficult day out on the course at Sherwood Country Club in Thousand Oaks, CA on Saturday, though there were still a few players managing to drop some low scores. One of those is Zach Johnson, who holed out from the 18th fairway from 163 yards to jump one shot ahead of Tiger Woods heading into the final round Sunday.
Best part of it was, right before his swing, the announcer said this:
"Hole location should fit Zach's shot shape"
Well, I'd certainly say it did:
And being the great guy that he is, after he dunked it he turns to his caddy and asks "eagles for charity right?" Zach is right as Chevron will make a donation for each one carded to the Eagles for Education foundation in California. Zach's eagle was worth a $50,000 charitable donation, not too shabby for a golf swing's worth of work.
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