hile there’s been a lot of features in the Masters Par 3 Contest. by a wide margin. the most engaging gathering has been the headliner, Jack Nicklaus, Gary Player and Tom Watson. The incredible trio got back to former days. and shot a joined 11-under standard on Wednesday, the most minimal score originating from Watson, who completed with a six-under 21. Extraordinarily, the two-time Masters champion will win the occasion, giving him two vocation wins in the Par 3 Contest. Not an awful resume at Augusta for the 68-year-old.
However even with the old folks dropping birdies each other gap, the feature of the gathering, and of the whole challenge, was given by Nicklaus’ 15-year-old grandson Gary, who got the chance to take, a swing on the ninth gap of Augusta’s Par 3 course. Based on his swing, and his club-whirl amusement, Gary resembles a player, however, not even he could have envisioned pulling this off. Look at it:
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There are much more awful places to make a pro, and there are WAY more regrettable spots to make your first ace, which this was for Gary. Amazing minute for the Nicklaus family, and Jack ventured. to reveal to ESPN’s Tom Rinaldi it was the “No. 1 minute” for him in golf. It’s surely the best minute so far in seven days that guarantees to be brimming with them.