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Masters 2012: Grading the Top Fashion Statements for Rounds 1 and 2
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As I wrote in my previous article, the lack of the usual colourful flora and fauna of Augusta is missing this year, yielding a wonderful opportunity for golfers to show off their fashion sense.

One of the wonderful aspects of the advancements in clothing technology is that colours can be much bolder—that is, if the golfers embrace them.

All too often we find that manufacturers are dressing their players more so in what they want to sell, instead of what belongs on the golf course.

Golf has a long and rich history of golfers dressed in marvelous colours, hues and patterns. That's one of the reasons why the Masters sports jacket is green, and not black or white.   

This is a look at those who did and, unfortunately, those who did not in the first two rounds.

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