The footage showed Finau running up the sixth hole celebrating his ace.
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.
The annual Masters Par-3 Contest produced cheers, tears, an unlikely victor and a weird mishap on Wednesday at Augusta National.
He fell to the ground and then popped it back into place.
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The No 34-ranked player in the world made a stunning hole-in-one at the seventh hole much to the delight of the Augusta crowd.
No player has ever won the Par-3 and gone on to win a green jacket.
Jack Nicklaus' grandson, who was caddying for the six-time Masters victor, made a hole-in-one at No. 9.
Watson, who lost a play-off for the 2009 Open Championship at the age of 59, told ESPN: "I won it one other time a long time ago and of course I didn't win the tournament that year, but since I'm not playing the tournament I said 'Let's go for it this year'".
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He said: "What I did doesn't make any difference to me". That was his first hole-in-one. "It was a very special day, one I'll never forget".
Nicklaus finished on four under for the Par 3 Tournament, with Watson winning it outright on six under.
"Seeing Tom at 68 putting the way he did was just a joy, and Jack at 78 shooting 4-under par, it was a day I'll never forget, " Player said.
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