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Discussion in 'Sports & Recreation' started by Nancy Hart, Apr 14, 2019.
Great! He looks exactly the same as he did in 1997. Wish I could do that.
His fifth Masters. He has been good for the game and I hope he continues to distinguish himself.
He has added about 30 lbs of muscle, and traded it for some of his hair, I think.
I sure miss playing.
VERY interesting info about the Masters Green Jacket:
"Tiger Woods did not win a fifth green jacket for his victory at the Masters"
While the win was Tiger's fifth Masters title, he almost certainly still has just one green jacket.
Unless a golfer has his size change considerably, they only get one green jacket, and that same one is presented to them every time they win.
While many of the headlines will proclaim that Tiger won his "fifth green jacket," this is technically not true.
When defending champion Patrick Reed presented Woods with the green jacket on Sunday, it was almost certainly the same jacket he was given at his first Masters win in 1997 and the other three wins in between.
According to the Masters media guide, "multiple winners will have only one green jacket unless his size drastically changes."
When Woods put the jacket on Sunday, his first words were "it fits," something most people can't say at 43 about something they first wore when they were 21.
Also, Woods does not get to keep the jacket.
Tiger will get to hold onto the jacket for a year and then will return it to Augusta National Golf Club before next year's tournament. After that, the jacket will remain at the club, and Woods can only wear it when he is there.
Woods does get to keep a replica of the Masters trophy, which includes the names of every winner and runner-up, as well as a 3.4-inch-diameter gold medallion.
Yeah, but he won 2.9 million beans plus the endorsements and the cleaning and storage for his jacket.
did you all see how big his kids got?