Tony Finau had a very eventful Masters. Before the competition even started the American went a bit too far in his celebrations in a Par 3 contest and seemed to dislocate his ankle, putting his participation in the contest in jeopardy.
Good grief, Tony Finau wrecked his ankle celebrating a hole in one pic.twitter.com/8o7JxVi3xQ
— CJ Fogler (@cjzero) April 4, 2018
But his awkward looking injury did not seem to hamper the 28-year-old, who not only took part in Augusta, but finished the Masters on T10 with an impressive -7. Pictures have since emerged of Finau's swollen ankle in the after math of the weekend's action, and the golfer must've have been in a lot pain for the duration of the tournament.
This is what @TonyFinauGolf is managing five days post-injury.
And for the record: instinctively firing that bone right back into position, finishing the Par 3, then playing lights out @TheMasters, is straight badass material. pic.twitter.com/6ech5mQJaJ
— Marty Smith (@MartySmithESPN) April 9, 2018
Ouch. Who says golfers aren't tough?