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

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GT, as he is known, was given his spot in the limelight at the ninth and final hole, where caddies can take the chance to fire off a tee shot after the players have had their go.

The footage showed Finau running up the sixth hole celebrating his ace. Many believed he was a sleeper to win the whole tournament, but his run for a green jacket could be in jeopardy if the ankle injury is enough to keep him out.

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THE ANNUAL Par-3 Contest took place at Augusta today ahead of the opening round of the 2018 Masters on Thursday.

Six-times Masters champion Nicklaus joined in the celebrations on the tee, along with playing partners Tom Watson and Gary Player, and had a tear in his eye as he hugged his grandson. What a moment for the entire Nicklaus' family.

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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". That was his first hole-in-one. "What a day. It's one I'll never forget". The legendary trio turned back the clock and shot a combined 11-under par on Wednesday, the lowest score coming from Watson, who finished with a six-under 21.

Nicklaus has been retired from golf for some time now, but is no stranger to making headlines at the Masters Par 3 contest. "I mean what a day".

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