Masters favourite Rory McIlroy had fiancé Caroline Wozniacki acting as his caddie for the second year running at the Augusta National Par 3 Contest.
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The former world number one tennis player sported some shocking pink hair but finished the round in style by holing a long birdie putt on the ninth.
Former champion Mark O'Meara and non-competing invitee Stewart Alexander - the 1986 US Amateur champion - recorded holes-in-one on the second hole, while Australian Matt Jones aced the third just three days after qualifying for his Masters debut by winning the Shell Houston Open.
American Ryan Moore won the contest - and the curse - after he completed the nine-hole course in the grounds of Augusta National in six under par to finish two shots ahead of Fuzzy Zoeller and Kevin Stadler.
Since the contest started in 1960, nobody has ever become par-three and Masters champion in the same week, a fact which sometimes sees players deliberately not shoot the best score possible.
Asked about the "curse" of the par-three winner, Moore - whose best finish in five Masters appearances was a tie for 13th in 2005 - said: "I'm not afraid of it. You never know, someone has got to break that curse at some point in time, so hopefully it's me."