Tiger Woods reflects on how special it was to play the Par 3 contest with his children at the Masters.
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In 2004, Tiger Woods made a hole-in-one on the ninth hole in the Par 3 Contest playing alongside Mark O’Meara and Arnold Palmer.
“I still have the scorecard with Arnold Palmer’s signature on it,” Woods said in an exclusive interview with USA TODAY Sports during a promotional tour for The 1997 Masters: My Story (Grand Central Publishing, released March 20). “He played in subsequent Masters, of course, but at the time he was retiring, and I just thought it was the coolest thing in the world that I made a hole-in-one with Arnold. I thought it couldn’t be any better, but yes it could.”
Fast forward to 2015.
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