Tony Finau Hits Hole-In-One At Masters Par-3 Contest Then Brutally Rolls Ankle Celebrating
The Masters Tournament Par-3 Contest is arguably the most underrated part of Masters Week. From funny moments with little kids, to WAGs caddying for their significant others, at least a handful of hole-in-one shots – its a blast. While this year’s Masters Par-3 Contest has been a blast so far, one player had a roller coaster of emotions in about a 30-second span.
Tony Finau (+12500 to win), ranked 34th in the world, hit a perfect tee shot on the 7th hole of the Par-3 Contest… a hole-in-one. And how do you react to an ace at the PGA’s most fun event? You go HAM!
Unfortunately, Tony got after it a little too hard… he rolled the hell out of his ankle in what looked to be a potentially serious injury. Tony jumped, landed on his ankle, grabbed it… then in the most disgustingly casual manner, Tony POPPED HIS ANKLE BACK INTO PLACE LIKE A K’NEX SET.
As far as golf injuries go, this is pretty damn gruesome… take a look:
It’s not even the injury that makes your stomach want to turn, it’s the way he just popped it back into place like it wasn’t a big deal.
This is uncomfortably casual:
“No big deal, guys. I broke my ankle but that happens all the time.” – Tony Finau, probably.
Of course, the fine folks on Twitter has some reactions to share about Tony’s embarrassing and gross celebration/injury.