The drivable par-4 first at Chapultepec Golf Club has delivered its share of highlights in the two-year history of the WGC-Mexico Championship, and Rafa Cabrera Bello on Sunday became the latest to add a clip to the growing reel.
After hitting his tee shot 315 yards into the left greenside bunker, Cabrera Bello played this shot from the sand to tie the lead.
Well, that escalated quickly… @RCabreraBello ties the lead with this hole-out on the opening par-4.pic.twitter.com/qlYQgNVIxK
— Golf Central (@GolfCentral) March 4, 2018
The eagle-2 eulled Cabrera Bello even with overnight lead Shubhankar Sharma at 13 under par.