Families take the green for Masters Par 3 contest (19 images)

Families of participants in the 2018 Masters Tournament join the golfers on the green as caddies for the Par 3 contest at the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Ga., on Wednesday. Masters participants and non-competing past champions are invited to participate. Photos by Kevin Dietsch/UPI
Updated: April 5, 2018 at 9:50 AM
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Corbin Potter, son of Ted Potter Jr., plays on the ninth green.
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Rory McIlroy greets Ted Potter Jr.'s son Corbin on the ninth green.
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McIlroy walks to the eighth green with his fiancee Erica Stoll.
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Jack Nicklaus' caddie and grandson G.T. Nicklaus (R) celebrates after hitting a hole-in-one on the ninth hole. Nicklaus tweeted afterward: "With all due respect to @themasters, allow me to put my 6 Green Jackets in the closet for a moment and say that I don’t know if I have had a more special day on a golf course. To have your grandson make his first hole-in-one on this stage.... WOW!"
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Gary Player (R) congratulates G.T. Nicklaus (C), the caddie and grandson of Jack Nicklaus, after he hit a hole-in-one.
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Jack Nicklaus (R), Tom Watson (C) and G.T. Nicklaus look into the hole after G.T. hit the hole-in-one.
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Watson smiles after winning the par 3 contest, which he previously won in 1982. Watson won the Masters in 1977 and 1981. He is not competing this year. No Par-3 winner has ever won the Masters in the same year.
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