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The Tour Report

September 24 2011

6:09 PM

Eagles fly within minutes of each other

ATLANTA – Twice within the span of 10 minutes on Saturday afternoon, a chorus of cheers echoed through the trees at East Lake as Aaron Baddeley and Dustin Johnson made eagles.

Baddeley’s came first when he holed a shot from 131 yards at the par-4 fourth hole. It moved the Presidents Cup hopeful to 2 under for the day and into the logjam at 5 under, just three strokes off the lead.

Dustin Johnson followed with another at the par-5 ninth where he holed a bunker shot for the 3. That briefly took him to 3 under for the day but he bogeyed the 10th hole, missing a 4-footer for par, so he’s tied for 22nd at 1 over.

There eagles were the third and fourth of the week.

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