Superstition: Curse of the Par-3 Contest
Cara Robinson, John Cook, Phil Blackmar and Damon Hack explain the curse of the Par-3 Contest at the Masters. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.
Masters memories: The Par 3 Contest
Jim Gallagher Jr. and Michael Breed share memories of the Masters Par 3 Contest at Augusta National. Watch Golf Central Live From The Masters only on Golf Channel.
Isenhour, Oberholser Masters hole-in-one memories
Tripp Isenhour and Arron Oberholser share Masters Par 3 contest hole-in-one memories at Augusta National. Watch Golf Central Live From The Masters only on Golf Channel.
Masters Wednesday: Par 3 Contest aces, superstitions
Since the inception of the Par 3 Contest, there have been 77 holes-in-one. How many will take place in 2014? George Savaricas and Tripp Isenhour tackle the topic in this edition of Golf Channel News Desk Presented by Callaway.
Palmer won't participate in Masters Par 3 Contest
Arnold Palmer will not participate in the Par 3 Contest next week at Augusta National, but he is still scheduled to hit the ceremonial first tee shot before the first round of the Masters, Golf Channel has learned.
Wozniacki to caddie for McIlroy in Masters Par-3 Contest
Rory McIlroy confirmed Saturday that he will have tennis-star fiancé Caroline Wozniacki carry the bag for him again this year at the Masters Par-3 Contest.
Closest-to-the-pin results for the 2014 Par 3 Contest
Masters week is filled with tradition and on Wednesday one of the most endearing traditions of them all, the annual Par 3 Contest, took place.
Keeping with tradition: What makes Par 3 special?
In this edition of Golf Channel News Desk Presented by Callaway, George Savaricas and Tripp Isenhour discuss what makes the annual Par 3 Contest at Augusta National so special.Hello and welcome to the Golf Channel news desk presented by Callaway, I'm George Sanrikis along side Golf Channel analyst Trip Eisenhower. Our trip it's Wednesday of Masters Week. So you know what that means? It's the par three contest. You see a lot of family and friends out there either cattying or joining. The guys in the field. What makes the Par 3 contest such a special event? Well, traditions abound at Augusta National . In the age where sometimes traditions get downplayed a little bit, they get played exactly right at Augusta National . And the premium tradition that I love, along with the champions there and everything else is the Par 3 contest. Every tournament at Augusta they're not called tournaments. They're called parties. Michael Brie who worked there told me that every single party they have at Augusta National throughout the year has a par 3 component of it. So this is just keeping with the tradition of every other tournament that they have at Augusta National . And this one, of course. The patrons get so close. They're right up close with these stars of the game it's a time to let off some steam, it's a time to have fun. And hopefully, hopefully George, you don't win the par 3 contest As we know that no winner of the par 3 has gone on to win the ultimate championship. The Masters Tournament , and so you don't want to win, you want to play well but you, you know, shoot one or two under and just go on about your business. Do you think this event has raised in stature the last ten years or so? It seems like the average fan now has a better grasp of how special this is the Wednesday before the Master's. Yeah I it's always for the true Golf fan it's always been part of the story, it's a tremendous part of the story. But yes, to the general viewing public this is really part of the tournament we tell a great story here at the golf channel as part of the coverage today. So yes, it's grown in stature over the years but again, a tradition unlike any other. And that's the par three contest on Wednesday. That is definitely the case. Alright, for Tripp Isenhour, I'm George Savaricas. This is the Golf Channel News Desk presented by Callaway and continuing coverage . Make sure to stay with us right here on Golf Channel and GolfChannel.com for more from the Masters.
Moore wins Par 3 Contest, feels good about game
No player has ever won the Par 3 Contest and the Masters in the same year in tournament history, but Ryan Moore doesn’t believe in jinxes.