In a moment, a celebration turned into a scary moment for Salt Lake City native Tony Finau during the Masters Par-3 contest Wednesday in Augusta, Georgia.
Finau, ranked No. 34 in the world, ended up withdrawing from the event but stuck around for the final two holes. He then popped in back in place before gesturing to his family. From there, gravity and the undulation of the green did the rest to give GT his first career ace and an unforgettable Masters moment.
While running backwards on the green, Finau's ankle folded under him.
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"What I did compared to that doesn't matter, " Nicklaus said through tears. That was his first hole-in-one.
"I said, "well I think you're going to make a hole-in-one".
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But it was Englishman Fleetwood, 27, who looked set to win until two-time Masters victor Watson - 41 years his senior - pipped him to the title by shooting seven-under.
As for Watson, who needed only eight putts on the nine holes, he joked, "That was the Watson of old". "I said, 'Wouldn't it be nice to win?' I won it along time ago, and of course I didn't go on to win the tournament that year".
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