2014 Masters - Golfers' children work as adorable caddies

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U.S. golfer Ryan Moore and his son Tucker walk along the third hole during the Par 3 contest at the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta

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One of the great Masters traditions lives on today with the playing of the annual Par 3 Contest.

The idea for the Par 3 Contest came from Augusta National co-founder and former chairman, Clifford Roberts. It debuted in 1960 and was won that year by Sam Snead. The winner receives a crystal bowl.
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The golfers enlist their wives and adorable children to be their caddies, creating some endearing imagery.

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