A year after Dustin Johnson's injury mishap, Tony Finau has put his own Masters in doubt after rolling his ankle during his hole in one celebration at the Par 3 competition.
Finau, with a slight limp, continued to play and finished the final two holes.
Finau flew his ball to the back of the seventh green Wednesday on the Par-3 course at Augusta National and spun it back into the hole for an ace. When he got up, it looked like he snapped his ankle back in place.
Tom Watson rolled back the years at The Masters on Wednesday, going round Augusta's Par 3 course in just 21 shots to become the oldest victor in history at 68 years old.
No player has ever won both the Par 3 Contest and Masters in the same week, and that streak will continue with Watson not taking part this week.
Gary Nicklaus Jr, grandson of six-time Masters champion Jack, was caddying for his grandfather - a common tradition at the event.
"What I did didn't make any difference to me".
He later revealed that he had predicted the hole-in-one in advance.
As for Watson, who needed only eight putts on the nine holes, he joked, "That was the Watson of old". "It was a very special day, one I'll never forget". "I mean what a day".