Tony Finau Finishes Masters in Top Ten Despite Gory Ankle Injury
Golfers aren't exactly synonomous with rugged endurance or physical toughness.
However, Tony Finau is a notable exception.
The heroic 28-year old professional ball striker finished tied for 10th place at the 2018 Masters.
While this may not seem like a big deal, perhaps some context is in order.
He accomplished this feat after doing the following the day before the tournament began.
Insert expletive here.
The Prime Word would be warranted.
This gruesome scene unfolded at the Wednesday Par 3 Contest.
Popping that summabitch back into place seconds later in front of his family and the entire gallery is the stuff of legend.
And oh, by the way, he went out the very next day and shot a 68, actually leading the tourney for a bit.
You may be wondering how that high ankle sprain is looking right about now.
This dude has what we like to call moxy.
Yep, he's got those, as well.