Unlucky 13th: Johnson accidentally hits ball off tee on practice swing

Unlucky 13th: Johnson accidentally hits ball off tee on practice swing

-Accidentally strikes the ball when making a practice swing or while preparing to make a stroke.

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.

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.

The ball appeared to ricochet off the tee marker on the right, before coming to rest a couple of metres away.

"Shoot, they got that?"

After 13 holes of play, Johnson now sits at one-under for the day and one-over for the tournament.

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Only his pride was hurt, since he was able to re-tee without a penalty because he did not intend to move the ball.

"Zach's eyes were as big as I've ever seen them".

Ultimately, Johnson did not need to take a penalty stroke because he had not meant to hit the ball and it was not yet in play.

"I thought I had done it all, but now I have done it all", he said after his round. "I actually hit a really good tee shot after that, so I think I recovered nicely".

And the odd incident didn't shake Johnson's concentration; he birdied the hole to move to 1 over for the tournament.

His playing partners, Ian Poulter and Matt Kuchar, were also shocked, although the former admitted that he did not see what had happened as he was getting a drink out of his bag.

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