We’re wishing our good friend, Bo Van Pelt, the best of luck tomorrow in the final round of The Masters. He enters the round tied for 14th with a great chance to contend for the green jacket. Last year on Sunday of The Masters, Bo tied the record for the lowest score in the final round in Masters history with his 64. His round included a spectacular hole in one on the 16th hole. In 2011, Bo had two eagles on the back nine in the Masters’ final round and tied with five other players for the most in the tournament. But none of them had their two eagles in the same round, let alone in a three-hole stretch. Sunday at Augusta has been Bo’s day the past couple years and he definitely has what it takes to win his first Masters title tomorrow.
Although cameras aren’t allowed at Augusta National Golf Club during tournament play, I was able to go out to the course both last year and this year before the tournament started to capture the Van Pelt family at such a special place. Here are some images from the 2012 Masters.