To answer that one burning question all you golf fans out there have: Yes, Lindsey Vonn is at the Masters cheering on her boyfriend Tiger Woods.
In case you crave the details, let me also inform you that she is wearing a floppy hat.
In all seriousness, there wasn't much certainty that Vonn would make the trek to Augusta and offer a show of support for Woods, who came into the tournament as something of a favorite. But now it's clear that she felt compelled to come out and support her man.
Vonn was out on the course early to watch Tiger tee off, working in tandem with the pageantry of the Masters with some very stylish headgear.
Judging by the Twitter reaction, Vonn was most certainly noticed as she joined the throngs of fans ready for what should be a remarkable week at the famed course.
Shane Bacon @shanebacon
So Lindsey Vonn totally thought she was going to the Kentucky Derby today, right?4/11/2013, 3:18:16 PM
Dan Jenkins @danjenkinsgd
Lindsey Vonn is here. Put her on skis and I like her chances of driving the 10th hole.4/11/2013, 2:37:15 PM
Norman Chad @NormanChad
Lindsey Vonn & Caroline Wozniacki are in Augusta to back their beaus. John Daly's honey just drove to Sams Club to buy him a carton of cigs.4/11/2013, 4:54:49 PM
Indeed, Caroline Wozniacki was at Augusta, working as caddie to boyfriend Rory McIlroy during the usual frivolity of the Par 3 Contest.
Woods didn't feature in that particular contest on Wednesday, not that we would have expected Vonn to participate as Wozniacki did.
The skier continues to come back from an awful injury she sustained during the super-G event at the world championships in February.
It seems like ages ago considering what's taken place since that incident. Vonn and Woods came out as a couple in a very public display, using Facebook as a stage for their announcement.
Woods, for his part, has put together a strong start to the year ahead of the Masters—winning three of five tournaments: Farmers, Doral and Bay Hill. He is in perfect form to make a play for yet another green jacket and will most likely play well into Day 4.
At which point, we get to see what kind of hat Vonn is saving for last.
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