December 04, 2011
As the third round was coming to an end at the Chevron World Challenge, it looked like Tiger Woods was going to be leading by default. He hadn't played especially well all day, but nobody else was making much of a charge, and the closest to him was Zach Johnson, who had bogeyed the 16th and 17th hole.
But standing 161 yards out on 18, Johnson decided on a soft 7-iron, and, it appears he pulled the right club.
That eagle was the second of Johnson's back nine, and gave him a one shot advantage over Tiger heading into the final round. I guess that's a pretty decent way to end your round?