Jason Day didn't waste any time regaining a share of the lead during the fourth round of the 2013 Masters at Augusta National. After carding a birdie on the opening hole, the 25-year-old Australian notched an eagle with an amazing bunker shot.
On the par-5 second hole, Day landed his second shot in the greenside bunker. From there, he authored a beautiful chip shot that landed on the green, took a hop and rolled right into the cup.
The leader after two rounds, Day fell two strokes off the lead in the third round, finishing at 5-under while Angel Cabrera and Brandt Snedeker each finished at 7-under through Saturday. Day's birdie-eagle start moved him to 8-under and got him back in possession of the lead, momentarily. Snedeker would open his final round with a birdie to create an early tie atop the leaderboard.