Published: Thu, April 05, 2018
Sport | By Stuart Potter

Golfer Tony Finau appears to dislocate his ankle celebrating hole-in-one

Golfer Tony Finau appears to dislocate his ankle celebrating hole-in-one

Since the contest started in 1960, nobody has ever become par-three and Masters champion in the same week.

The Par-3 Contest is one of the most laid back events held during the golf season each year, full of top players hanging out with their families and having a good time together.

Tony Finau drilled a hole-in-one on the 7th hole at The Masters' Par 3 Contest Wednesday. I'm partial to this view that tracks GT and the other members of the group on the tee box.

Permitted to take the tee-shot, Gary managed to pull off a brilliant hole-in-one before celebrating with his grandad, Gary Player and Tom Watson. That was his first hole-in-one.

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Asked afterward as he walked to the clubhouse at Augusta National how he felt, he only said, "I'm going to get it checked out".

Finau finished the nine-hole contest 1-under par. "Watching your grandson do something is pretty special", the 18-time major victor said. That came from Nicklaus' 15-year-old grandson, Gary Nicklaus Jr., nicknamed "G.T.", who aced the ninth hole and brought his 78-year-old grandfather to tears. "It was a very special day, one I'll never forget".

GT Nicklaus added: "This is probably my favourite week of the year and this is a special tournament, golf is a sport that I love and for that to happen is just unbelievable".

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