This post is by Patricia Hannigan from Golf Girl's Diary
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Professional golfers come in an impressive array of shapes and sizes.
One need only look at the men who’ve won The Masters to see the disparity:20th Century extremes were 6’6″ George Archer, the
1965 champion, and 5’4″ Ian Woosnam, who donned his green jacket in 1991.
The size disparity hasn’t been quite so massive in recent years, but there’s been a fair amount of variation.
Modern Masters champions range from the diminutive to the statuesque… with a bit of portly thrown in for good measure.
And speaking of measure, Have you ever wondered how a perfectly sized green jacket always manages to be available to the winner… almost the minute he sinks his winning putt? Well wonder no more, Brent Kelley at About Sports has the answer to that and other pressing green jacket questions.
So how do you measure up when it comes to golfers and their green jackets? Can you accurately size up the 21st Century Masters champions? Why not test your skill with my little match game above.
The answers can be found on this brilliant interactive Masters infographic created by our partners at Ticket City. Enjoy the challenge.