Hole-in-one Finau injured in celebrations

Hole-in-one Finau injured in celebrations

Hole-in-one Finau injured in celebrations

After falling to the ground, Finau remarkably popped it back into place before returning to his feet to receive the applause of the crowd.

If the results turn out to be positive and the swelling is under control, Finau intends to play this weekend.

Finau continued his round, with the injury not looking to be as severe as it looked.

He is expected to have an MRI on his ankle Thursday and plans to be ready for his 12:43 p.m. tee time, according to ESPN.

The 9-hole Par 3 course allows for a much looser, more fun atmosphere than does the seriousness of the Masters tournament itself.

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Tiger Woods started his long-awaited return to Augusta National by hooking his opening tee shot into the pines. Finau would also add a bonus 35-footer for birdie at the par-4 ninth.

Finau played on in the event with a high ankle sprain. "Obviously how exciting he was, but someone with a bit of color playing this game". It's the only tournament I watch on TV, and I watch it all four days.

Wednesday marked a special day for Tony Finau, ranked 34th on the PGA Tour, who was taking part in the competition for the very first time.

Last year, world No.1 Dustin Johnson injured his back while falling down stairs on the eve of The Masters and had to pull out.

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