Zach Johnson had the most embarrassing Masters moment


Former champion Zach Johnson has been involved in a weird incident during the second round of the Masters, accidentally hitting his ball while taking a practice swing.

Only that's exactly what Johnson did when he made a practice swing, hitting his ball with the toe of the driver, which caused it to ricochet off the tee marker and bounce a few yards forward. Because Johnson didn't have the intention of hitting the ball, he was allowed to re-tee and hit again.

The 2007 Masters champion was in the middle of the pack as he wound his way through the back nine, after scoring a 74 in the opening round.

Johnson was able to put the drama behind him, making birdie at the hole, although bogeys at the 17 and 18 hole left him at +1 for the day and +3 for the tournament.

Had Johnson already teed off and been hitting from the fairway, accidental contact with the ball would have counted as a stroke regardless of his intent, as the ball would have already been in play.

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"Yeah, that was a good one there", Johnson said.

"There's a first for everything boys", Johnson added.

"I didn't see it, but I heard it. Zach's eyes were as big as I've ever seen them".

Kevin Kisner, who was playing in the group in front of Johnson, said he'd never done it in a competitive round.