Masters Par-3 Tournament

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Masters Par-3 TournamentIan Poulter lined up a putt with the help of his son ... sort of.
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Wayne Grady, bottom right, celebrated after making a hole-in-one at No. 9.
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Toru Taniguchi tried to keep his balance while hitting a chip shot.
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Trip Kuehne's son struggled to get his dad's golf bag on his back.
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Justin Leonard's daughter tried to give him a different hat to wear.
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Several kids clowned around while waiting for their dads to finish putting.
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David Toms celebrated after his son holed a putt.
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K.J. Choi received assistance from both of his children.
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Zach Johnson pulled his son along after finishing his round.
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Nick Faldo retrieved his ball from the water on No. 9.
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Phil Mickelson used his regular caddie, but his son was there to help out.
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Golf Channel anchor Kelly Tilghman caddied for Palmer.
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Patrons waited to see the players come through the Par-3 course.
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From left: Gary Player, Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer, golf's Big Three, came together to play the Par-3 Tournament.
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Poulter's son had a little trouble getting the ball out of the hole.
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Rory Sabbatini won the tournament with a five-under 22.