The 12th hole requires a well-struck tee shot to one of the smallest greens on the course, guarded by bunkers in the front and rear, and the looming presence of Rae's Creek. It also also requires course knowledge, a commitment and even a little faith.
Jimmy Walker highlighted Wednesday's record run of aces on the Par-3 Course by setting his own individual mark.
Walker shot 8-under, beating the Par-3 Contest's previous record shared by Art Wall Jr. (1965) and Gay Brewer (1973) by one shot.
Phil Mickelson enters his 24th Masters Tournament as a three-time champion and one of the most successful golfers in the field, yet there will be something new for him as he approaches the first tee Thursday.
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