Monday, April 14, 2014

Turns out the famous green jacket isn't so nice

Golf fans may have fawned over the green blazer awarded to the winner of the Masters yesterday, but it turns out the famed jacket isn't so nice.

Considering the fact that it's arguably one of the great symbols of sports excellence one might think the green blazer would be of the finest quality.

Well, that’s not the case.

PHOTO courtesy of Associated Press.

The often ill-fitting green blazer (see the picture above) is made from a polyester blend, according to published reports.

While the green blazers are incredibly valuable, it's safe to say the actual garment isn't costing the Augusta National Golf Club too much money.

And let's be honest: If it wasn't the green blazer few discerning gentlemen would probably be caught dead wearing it.

No comments:

Post a Comment