With six birdies and four bogeys through 16 holes, Tim Clark's first round at the Masters has been anything but dull. His most interesting moment, however, may have come at No. 15.
Clark finished the hole with a par, but if sprinkler heads counted as a hole, he would have been even better. After hitting his approach shot beyond the green, Clark pitched up a hill towards the pin, but his ball wound up in a sprinkler hole (hover to animate).
While he didn't find the hole he was looking for, the good news for Clark is he was given relief from the sprinkler head.
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