On a different bird note, I'm a scoreboard watcher on PGATour.com. A nice way to pass a few minutes, seeing who's hot and who's not. I especially like that they've added a color for triples. Brown. Shit brown.
Anyways, I noticed some serious eagles happening at the Albertsons Boise Open Presented by Kraft.
In the 2nd round, 2 guys made 3 eagles apiece. Both made them at the same holes. 3, 15, and 16. 15's a par 4, the other 2 are par 5's.
Chris Smith (tied for 31st at -15)
Brad Elder (Elder missed the cut by 2 shots despite the 3 eagles and his 2nd round 64)
Then along comes Hunter Haas. He eagles the par 5 16th in the 3rd round. Then in the 4th round he again eagles 16, and throws in an ace at 17 for good measure. Haas finished T6 at -20.
See the ace here: http://www.pgatour.com/content/pgatour/video.html/2013/07/28/haas-aces-no--17-in-round-2-of-the-albertsons-boise-open
And another guy, Jason Allred, makes eagles in the 1st, 2nd, and 4th rounds. He also makes 24 birdies. Unfortunately he also made 8 bogeys and one double bogey, so he finished 3 back. And since I haven't bothered looking at all the cards, for all I know there could be more guys who made 3.
17 guys finished the tournament at -18 or lower. That's -1 for every 4 holes played. That's birdiemania. Oh yeah, Kevin Tway won for the 1st time. Bob's kid. Another 2nd generation future superstar? Time will tell.