David Leadbetter Golf Academy alum, Drew Kittleson, had a week that he will remember for the rest of his life.
The 20-year-old sophomore at Florida State qualified to play the Masters as an amateur by virtue of his runner-up finish at the 2008 U.S Amateur.
Drew opened with a 78 on Thursday and had a roller-coaster ride on Friday, which ended with a even-par round of 72. Even though he missed the cut, Drew will go down in the Masters record books with two eagles on Friday. Drew eagled the par-4, 11th, after the shot from his 6 iron flew into the hole. He is only one of a handful of players in the Masters' history to eagle the 11th. He then went on to make a second eagle at the par 5, 15th.
Listen to Drew's live chat with Golfweek here.