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  • Horton Smith's green jacket auctioning at $60,000
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Horton Smith's green jacket auctioning at $60,000

The green jacket awarded to the first ever Masters champion, golfing great Horton Smith, is auctioning online.

Bobby Jones established the Masters tournament in 1934 and Smith was its first winner, lifting the trophy again in 1936.

Horton Smith Masters green jacket
The most coveted garment in all of sport? Tour de France riders may disagree.

Winners began receiving the green jacket in 1949, although the previous nine champions from the tournament's inception also received jackets retrospectively - this being one of them.

The item is currently selling for $60,229 at the Green Jacket Auctions sale, which ends on September 9.

Bobby Jones' own green jacket sold for $310,000 at Heritage Auctions in 2011.

We have this Tiger Woods-signed baseball cap in stock.

  

 

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