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There had never been an albatross made in the Arnold Palmer Invitational until Daniel Berger broke the ice on Saturday.
On Sunday, Zach Johnson made the second.
Using a 5-iron from 207 yards in the final round of the Arnold Palmer Invitational, Johnson made a 2 to go from 5 under to 8 under on the round.
In a typical PGA Tour year since the Tour started keeping such statistics in 1983, there are three or four albatrosses per season. However, from 1983 to 2003, there were just 56. From 2004 onward, there have now been 54, including two in the last two days.