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Sport Jordan Spieth's green jacket doesn't fit for a very simple reason

22:22  07 december  2017
22:22  07 december  2017 Source:   golfdigest.com

Day has late trouble, still among Australian Open leaders

  Day has late trouble, still among Australian Open leaders Jason Day's first tournament round in Australia in four years was a 5-under 66 to put him among the leaders early Thursday at the Australian Open. Day's round came unhinged late with a double-bogey six on the par-4 eighth hole, his second-last of the day. He hit his tee shot into the trees on the left, hit back out to the fairway, missed his approach to the green and then couldn't get up and down.''That was brutal,'' Day said of the 440-meter hole that played into gusting winds.

The green jacket is the most sought-after attire in sports. And yet, owning that magnificent garb doesn ' t prevent its wearers from committing a fashion faux pas. Just ask Jordan Spieth . Speaking with the Associated Press' Doug Ferguson, the three-time major winner admitted he doesn ' t know his

Given his success at Augusta National, Spieth better get that jacket tailored.

a man wearing a green shirt © Jamie Squire The green jacket is the most sought-after attire in sports. And yet, owning that magnificent garb doesn't prevent its wearers from fashion faux pas. Just ask Jordan Spieth.

Speaking with the Associated Press' Doug Ferguson, the three-time major winner admitted he doesn't know his jacket size. An issue that reared its head following his 2015 Masters triumph.

“I never got it tailored, so it’s huge,” Spieth said to Ferguson. “I never trusted anybody, never wanted anyone to go do it. I didn’t give them my size originally. I wore the one off the green that day, and I never gave it back to them to tailor or anything."

Jason Day takes 3rd-round lead at the Australian Open

  Jason Day takes 3rd-round lead at the Australian Open Jason Day is prepared for a pressure-filled final round at the Australian Open on Sunday. Day moved into position for his first Australian Open title after shooting a 2-under 69 Saturday to take a one-stroke lead. Jordan Spieth didn't move up the leaderboard much after a 70 but still feels he still has a chance to win his third title Down Under. Day, making his first appearance back home since 2013, birdied the 18th for a 54-hole total of 203, 10-under par, after a tough, windy day that made low scoring difficult.He's expecting more of the same on Sunday.

Jordan Spieth doesn ’ t know his jacket size. He only knows one of the jackets he owns — a green one — is too big. “I never got it tailored, so it’ s huge,” Spieth said of his green jacket from winning the 2015 Masters. “I never trusted anybody, never wanted anyone to go do it. I didn’t give them my size

Spieth played the final five holes in 5 under and closed with a 1-under 69 for a three-shot victory Jordan Lewites, Spieth ’ s co-manager, watching from just up the hill left of the 18th green , leaned Jordan Spieth kept it simple Sunday and won the AT& T Pebble Beach Pro-Am for the ninth PGA

As Ferguson notes, Spieth doesn't know because, well, he doesn't own many jackets. For this year's Presidents Cup, Spieth had to go to Justin Thomas' Polo account to get a proper ensemble for the event.

In Spieth's defense, not many 24-year-olds know their jacket size. Conversely, given his sterling track record at Augusta National, he should probably get a fitting session on the calendar.

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