Throw it in long and let it spin back.

Hideki Matsuyama with the touch from the fairway on the par-4 15th. #USOpen

— U.S. Open (USGA) (@usopengolf) June 15, 2017

Hideki Matsuyama opted to play it safe at the short par-4 15th Thursday, and he made eagle anyway.

Following a bogey at 14, Matsuyama positioned his tee ball 104 yards from the hole, threw his approach behind the pin, ripped it back, and jarred it.

The eagle-2 got Matsuyama to 1 under and two off the early lead held by his playing partner Rickie Fowler.

Watch: Hideki holes out for eagle at 15

Source: Internet


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