2016 Masters Par-3 Contest tee times, pairings
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2016 Masters Par-3 Contest tee times, pairings


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The annual Masters Par-3 Contest is on Wednesday, with a good chunk of the 89-player field, as well some former Masters champions and major champions taking part in the event on the nine-hole short course at Augusta National Golf Club.

ESPN will televise the Par-3 Contest from 3-5 p.m. Eastern, and a number of big names will be making their way around the Par-3 course at that time.

2016 Masters Par-3 Contest tee times, pairings

3:02 p.m. -- Jack Nicklaus, Gary Player, Tom Watson



3:09 p.m. -- Zach Johnson, Smylie Kaufman, Derek Bard (a)

3:23 p.m. -- Matt Kuchar, Jason Dufner, Keegan Bradley

3:30 p.m. -- Craig Stadler, Dave Stockton, Al Geiberger

3:37 p.m. -- Ben Crenshaw, Mike Weir, Daniel Berger

3:44 p.m. -- Lee Westwood, Darren Clarke, Danny Willett

3:51 p.m. -- Dusitn Johnson, Brooks Koepka, Rich Beem

3:58 p.m. -- Rafa Cabrera-Bello, Soren Kjeldsen, Michael Campbell

4:05 p.m. -- Jimmy Walker, Chris Kirk, Harris English

4:12 p.m. -- Ryan Moore

However, it's important to remember: No player has ever won the Par-3 Contest on Wednesday of Masters Week and gone on to slip on a green jacket that Sunday night.

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