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Ted Potter Jr. didn’t care about the so-called Par-3 Contest jinx. In his first Masters appearance, Potter worked his magic, sinking birdies on Nos. 8 and 9 in sudden death, beating Matt Kuchar and Phil Mickelson in a two-hole playoff to hoist the crystal trophy.
Snedeker had the club in his hand even as his caddie stood next to him on the tee going through his yardage book. Moments later, Snedeker took a quick waggle with his 8-iron, set his feet and launched a shot that plopped down 3 feet next to the cup.