Jon Rahm, Sergio Garcia enjoy Par 3 with wives before 2022 Masters

Jon Rahm with wife Kelley Cahill and son Kepa during Wednesday’s Par 3 contest at Augusta National
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It was a family affair Wednesday for Jon Rahm and Sergio Garcia, among others, who enjoyed the annual Par 3 event with loved ones ahead of the 2022 Masters.

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Rahm, a six-time PGA Tour Winner, was spotted on the green at Augusta National with his wife Kelley Cahill and their son Kepa, who was born last April.

In addition to Rahm, Garcia – the Winner of the 2017 Masters – was joined by wife Angela and their two children, daughter Azalea and son Enzo, as they played around on the course.

Rahm held his young son as he chatted with Cahill on the green
Rahm held his young son as he chatted with Cahill on the green
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Sergio Garcia held wife Angela's hand on Wednesday during the Par 3 contest
Sergio Garcia held wife Angela’s hand on Wednesday during the Par 3 contest
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The Garcias also posed for a family photo with daughter Azalea and son Enzo
The Garcias also posed for a family photo with daughter Azalea and son Enzo
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The Par 3 contest takes place prior to the Masters, in which Wives, girlfriends, children, and other family members of Golfers can serve as their caddies. Wednesday’s outing marked the first For 3 events since 2019, as the COVID-19 Pandemic impacted the past two years.

Collin Morikawa was also joined by fiancée Katherine Zhu, with the duo Encountering a potential future Masters Winner on the course in the way of Mackenzie Hughes’ youngest son.

Elsewhere, Brooks Koepka toured Augusta National with his future wife, actress and philanthropist Jena Sims, who appeared to sport new kicks from her Steve Madden collection.

Collin Morikawa enlisted fiancé Katherine Zhu to play caddy on Wednesday
Collin Morikawa enlisted fiancée Katherine Zhu to play caddy on Wednesday
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The soon-to-be newlyweds also encountered a possible future Masters champ on the green
The soon-to-be newlyweds also encountered a possible future Masters champ on the green
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Brooks Koepka was also spotted Wednesday with his future wife, Jena Sims
Brooks Koepka was also spotted Wednesday with his future wife, Jena Sims
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The Masters gets underway on Thursday, with all eyes on five-time Champion Tiger Woods, who is returning to the course just 14 months after a horrific car wreck.

Woods last won the Masters in 2019.

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