But Watson's victory wasn't the only excitement in the group: Jack needed a hole in one on the 9th to tie Watson, but wasn't able to.
Dylan Frittelli and Tony Finau also made holes-in-one on Wednesday, although the latter's was followed by a scary moment, as Finau rolled his ankle in celebration on the seventh hole.
So excited was Finau that he took off in a dead sprint, first forwards, then backwards, and that's when it went wrong.
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With his ankle in a seemingly unnatural position, a crouching Finau then appeared to pop the joint back into its socket.
If that was the case, Finau showed little sign of injury, as he finished his round - two more holes - without a noticeable limp.
"With all due respect to The Masters, allow me to my 6 Green Jackets in the closet for a moment and say that I don't know if I have had a more special day on a golf course". From there, he was ushered into the clubhouse without further comment.
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The contest has been held every year since 1960.
The Golden Bear, Jack Nicklaus, was playing with Tom Watson and Gary Player, and he had his grandson Gary Nicklaus Jr. on the bag as his caddie. Texas fans can only hope that he keeps up that accuracy once the real test begins on Thursday morning.
Golfing skills run in the family as Jack Nicklaus' grandson hit a hole-in-one during the Masters Par 3 tournament!
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