Masters 2018: Tiger Woods nearly aces par-3 fourth

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The 240-yard, par-3 fourth hole at Augusta National -- Flowering Crab Apple -- is always the most difficult par 3 on the course (it ranks as the sixth most difficult course this week).

But on Sunday, Tiger Woods made it look like a piece of cake.

Woods, a four-time Masters champion playing in his first major since 2015, very nearly made a hole-in-one on No. 4.

His ball made a beeline for the pin and popped off the back of the cup before settling some 6 feet away.

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Woods would convert the birdie putt, but what a shot:

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