2014 Masters Par 3 Contest: Best photos, GIFs, comments from event
You can follow along with our live blog on the Masters Par 3 Contest all day as we'll bring you the best photos, GIFs, and videos from a beautiful scene at Augusta.
Kyle Porter will be updating the live blog with highlights, news, Tweets, GIFS and other fun stuff from Wednesday's Par 3 Contest at Augusta National. Hope you enjoy.
5:00 PM: That's all for us today, folks. Enjoy the golf tomorrow.
4:55 PM: Here's that Rose GIF. It's amazing:
4:50 PM: I didn't want to be the one to say it, but this is true:
Looked like he was struggling @DaveShedloski: Arnie wore out finishing the Par-3 contest. Having back surgery Tuesday for stenosis.— Bob Harig (@BobHarig) April 9, 2014
4:47 PM: Looking back at the 2013 Masters on ESPN right now. The end was so great. Justin Rose said his son was running around screaming "Come on, Aussie!"
4:42: Curtis Strange on Rory McIlroy: "When he's bad, he's not so good."
4:41 PM: Webb Simpson's son isn't afraid to show off that burly chest:
4:38 PM: Caroline Wozniacki dyed her hair pink for the Masters. Does pink go with green or no?
4:36 PM: Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, and Gary Player finish up their rounds. Palmer was keeping score. Of course he was.
4:25 PM: This photo of Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus is just the greatest photo. Legends:
4:15 PM: Remember when Hunter Mahan pulled out of the Canadian Open for the birth of his daughter? Here she is:
4:10: Ken Duke just did a fist pump that made mid-1990s Jose Lima raise an eyebrow or two. The Duker's daughter is caddying for him.
4:02 PM: Here's a link to a video of Miguel Angel Jimenez whistling at his first tee shot like it's a dog as only Miguel Angel Jimenez can. It's amazing.
3:56 PM: This celebration by Zach Johnson's kid absolutely cracked me up:
3:53 PM: Webb Simpson and his kids are wearing matching American flag pants. I'm not sure if this is a good look:
3:50 PM: If you aren't following the Masters on Instagram, you should be. Here's a shot of theirs from the Par 3 Contest:
3:47 PM: Mississippi State is showing the Par 3 Contest on its massive football stadium video board:
3:45 PM: The desert fox (Victor Dubuisson) is rolling right now. Can he break the record of 20?
Art Wall (1965) and Gay Brewer (1973) hold the Par-3 Tournament scoring record with 7-under 20. Dubuisson -3 thru 3. #Masters— Augusta.com (@AUG_Masters) April 9, 2014
3:42 PM: Steve Stricker says his over/under for how long his daughter carries his bag in the Par 3 Contest. I laughed. I'll take the under.
3:36 PM: I can confirm this is a statement that gets said a lot at Augusta:
Masters patron, while stroking the grass: "This is real grass." #themasters— Ashley Mayo (@AshleyKMayo) April 9, 2014
3:31 PM: Jack Nickalus is 2 under through three holes. It would seriously be a top 10 storyline this week if he won this thing.
3:30 PM: Ryan Moore is your leader in the clubhouse. He finishes at 6 under, three clear of Bernhard Langer.
3:25 PM: This "hole-in-one" is hilarious. I wish golf was actually this easy:
3:21 PM: Luke Donald's kids are pretty much the cutest:
3:20 PM: Here's a look at that awesome Nicklaus tee shot:
3:15 PM: Here's a look at the Big Three. Palmer made par on the first hole, Player made bogey, Nicklaus made birdie (of course).
Legendary pic.twitter.com/9IzB5GZBL9— Eye on Golf (@EyeOnGolf) April 9, 2014
3:12 PM: Andy North says Gary Player has been doing an extra 200 situps every day so he can outdrive Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer at the ceremonial tee shot.
3:10 PM: Mark O'Meara made a hole-in-one today at the Par 3 Contest:
3:00 PM: Let's do this.
2:45 PM -- Did you know?
Masters Fun Fact: The winner of the Par 3 Contest (annually held on the Wednesday) has never won the Masters that year.— Kevin Maggiore (@CLNS_Kevin) April 9, 2014
2:40 PM -- We're live here, 20 minutes until things get cranking.
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