Tony Finau in second place after round one of the Masters

Masters 2018: Tony Finau reportedly dislocated ankle during Par 3 Contest; will have MRI Thursday morning

Finau, ranked No. 34 in the world, ended up withdrawing from the event but stuck around for the final two holes.

In the span of 24 hours, Tony Finau has gone from extreme high to heartbreaking low, and now back again after an opening 4-under 68 in his Masters debut. He said his tape-wrapped ankle felt better as the round progressed despite some compensation in his swing, and he was simply grateful to get to play. There was maybe a bit of adrenaline, mind over matter for me. "And I would have to say that our observations of these great players hitting middle, and even short irons, into that hole is not a momentous decision".

Augusta National chairman Fred Ridley told the crowd crammed around the first tee how privileged they were to have the duo with nine green jackets to start the tournament. "I've learned a lot and I can't wait to get an opportunity and do it again".

"I was able to stay in the moment".

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His left ankle gave way, taking his legs from under him. His self-diagnosis: "I saw where it was, and I knew where it needed to be". The birdie on 13 put Finau in first place at the time, but Spieth effectively lighting the course on fire knocked him into T2 with Matt Kuchar heading into Round 2.

However, after getting the all-clear following an MRI scan, the 28-year-old made sure he capitalised on a tremendous slice of good fortune.

But in a message to his fans on Twitter last night, Finau admitted he wasn't too anxious about the incident.