The Masters Par three Contest on Wednesday at Augusta Nationwide Golf Membership brings a a lot totally different vibe to the golf course than the precise event days that comply with. The 9-hole Par three course permits for a a lot looser, extra enjoyable environment than does the seriousness of the Masters event itself.
Gamers usually have wives, girlfriends, associates, kids, or grandchildren in white caddie jumpsuits alongside and infrequently permit them to hit pictures or putts for them — these with young children within the jumpsuits at all times make for some cute moments. Past that, the course, with the longest gap being 140 yards, lends itself to seeing loads of holes-in-one and close to aces over the course of the day.
Pin positions are arrange on many holes to permit the ball to funnel off of slopes in direction of the cup, resulting in some unbelievable moments. This yr, there have been a couple of holes-in-one, together with one from Masters rookie Tony Finau. Finau had his household available and celebrated by sprinting in direction of the inexperienced, earlier than turning round to have a look at his household and jog backwards. Sadly, his foot caught within the moist floor and he rolled his ankle in a reasonably nasty wanting incident.
As you possibly can see it seems as if Finau pops his ankle again into place, as if this can be a factor that’s occurred earlier than, earlier than getting up with a limp. The excellent news is that he was capable of end the spherical with none incident and seems to be alright transferring ahead, however contemplating how hilly and daunting Augusta Nationwide is simply to stroll, his ankle will probably be put to the check within the coming days.
Hopefully Finau gained’t have any issues as he’s one of many extra enjoyable younger golfers on Tour, with some unbelievable energy to his recreation. We’ll discover out quickly sufficient how that ankle holds up, however it doesn’t matter what, I feel we’ll see him (and others) use this as a cautionary story in relation to their ace celebrations.
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