Are Green Jackets Dry Clean Only?
By Kickntrue on 4/13/10
I only ask because Phil Mickelson took his kids through the drive-thru at Krispy Kreme yesterday wearing his green jacket- and you KNOW that isn't staying clean!

I like this ... a lot! It's like the Stanley Cup. Every player gets a day to do whatever they want with it. Some RIDICULOUS stuff has happened with that trophy. Why should the Green Jacket be any different? I think Phil should go skydiving with it on. Water skiing? Why not? Come on Phil- what else can you do?!

I don't think I'd ever take it off; not even to bed (male lingerie?). Just wear it until it disintegrates- which should take about a year- which is perfect timing, since you'll be motivated to pick up another one.


Photo Source Via Clay Travis

[ comments ]
mmontisano says:
"What will Phil do next?"
falcon50driver says:
I heard it was supposed to stay at Augusta in some kind of trophy room. Gary Player caused some kind of stir by wearing his back to Africa. I never heard whether he brought it back to the U.S. or not.
mmontisano says:
tournament winners are the only ones that are allowed to take the jacket off club grounds for one year only.
KVSmith59 says:
TeT says:
Is that Phil in the pic or Chevy Chase from a few years back...
Torleif Sorenson says:
So, will Phil's green jacket wind up at the bottom of a swimming pool? :)

(Back in the early 1990s after one of the Penguins' first two Stanley Cup championships, the Cup ended up at the bottom of Mario Lemieux's swimming pool. I think they said it took three guys to retrieve the water-logged 31-pound trophy.)
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