Patrick Reed holds a three-shot lead heading into the final round of the 82nd Masters, but low numbers are out there on Sunday.

Don’t believe us? Just ask Webb Simpson, who became just the fourth person in Masters history to make back-to-back eagles when he dunked it in two at the par-4 seventh, followed by a 3 at the par-5 eighth.

[email protected] moves to 5-under par for the day after back-to-back eagles on Nos. 7 and 8 in the final round of #themasters. pic.twitter.com/fKR4lxK69S

— Masters Tournament (@TheMasters) April 8, 2018

The eagles – along with an earlier birdie – helped him to 5 under on his round at that point, and all the way in the red to 2 under.

Watch: Webb's back-to-back eagles Sunday

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