Saturday, a green Masters jacket found in a Toronto thrift store 23 years ago sold at auction for $139,344 more than it cost in the thrift store.
That’s because it sold for $5 at that store, where it was tucked away with other used jackets.
It was vintage — if that’s a word you can use about a four-year NFL Jerseys Paypal career — “Spieth at Augusta” stuff. The putt at 6, the recovery at 7, an eagle chance at 8, a flagged NHL Hockey Jerseys approach at 9, an all-world up-and-down par save at 10 that had Nick Faldo saying “Wow, how did he do that?” Then again at No. 12, which he said was a tougher up-and-down save than the one that just had Faldo marveling. It just kept coming.
He went for it again at the 13th, opting against a layup. That decision in the final round when he won in 2015 resulted in what he called this week the “favorite shot of his career.” This time, he invoked Arnold Palmer as his ball laid in the pine straw amidst trees down the right side. Even Greller was taken aback by his “What would Arnie do?” line during the debate on laying up. It seems like a made-up line from a movie script written by Jim Nantz, but Spieth dropped it and then opted against a layup. He roped a 4-iron from the pine-straw to the perfect spot in the back of the green, setting up his second eagle chance in six holes.
Lewis Hamilton of Mercedes won the F1 Chinese Grand Prix, starting from pole and never relinquishing his lead throughout a race that started wet and involved both a virtual and a real safety car in the first few laps.
He took the top spot ahead of Sebastian Vettel of Ferrari.