While come Monday all eyes will be on the men preparing at Augusta for the season’s first major, on Saturday it was the women taking center stage.
The first ever Augusta National Women’s Amateur took place this week with the final round being held Saturday at Augusta National. It was the first time a women’s event has ever been held on the grounds and the women competing on Saturday made the most of it with their impressive play.
One woman in particular who showed off some of her impressive skills was Jennifer Kupcho as you can see from this video of the Amateur making an Eagle on Augusta’s 13th hole:
— Augusta National Women's Amateur (@anwagolf) April 6, 2019
For the Masters, the club awards a crystal glass for every golfer that makes a hole-in-one or eagle during the tournament. While no word had been mentioned if that same rule would apply for the women, CBS Golf’s Amanda Balionis found out the answer.
It’s confirmed that the @anwagolf players who make eagle will receive the crystal glasses that are awarded at the Masters as well. Jennifer Kupcho will be receiving hers for that eagle on 13 #ANWAGolf
— Amanda Balionis (@Amanda_Balionis) April 6, 2019
Congrats to Kupcho for not just the eagle, but also for getting a crystal glass from Augusta National that she will be able to cherish for the rest of her life.