Only Johnson's pride was hurt because he was allowed to re-tee the ball without penalty because he had not meant to move it.
Johnson was going through his practice routine on the par-5 13th on Saturday (NZ time) when the tip of his driver hit the golf ball. "Maybe I've tried to do it, but I don't think I could do it again even if I tried".
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Unfortunately for Johnson, his weekend prospects look slim after two consecutive bogeys on the final two holes of his round have left him looking very vulnerable at +3, with current leaders Francesco Molinari and Jason Day sharing the clubhouse lead at -7. Matt Kuchar, Ian Poulter and the caddies replied in unison that the shot wasn't intentional and there was no penalty.
"He backed off and said, "it's OK you can laugh". "But now I know I've done it all".
The 43-year old was not assessed a penalty and the shot did not count as a stroke as Johnson had no intention to hit the ball.
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He stayed there for some time but even when he was helped to his feet his camp still had to support his wobbly legs. Crolla is returning to the ring for the first time since defeating Daud Yordan by unanimous decision in November.
Zach Johnson was flushed, and a little embarrassed, on Friday after he started off the second round of the Masters with an awkward stumble.
"I was caught off guard", Johnson said.
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