With ceremonial tee shots from three of golf’s greatest players, the Masters has started on an overcast day.
A judge in Dallas is ordering an auction company to hold onto a champion’s green jacket from the Masters golf tournament until ownership can be determined at trial.
A jacket, won by golfer Art Wall in the 1959 Masters Tournament, is at the center of a lawsuit between Augusta National Golf Club and Dallas-based Heritage Auctions.
The green jacket is one of the most recognizable awards in sports. It’s awarded to the winner of the PGA’s Masters Tournament, held the first full week of April at the Augusta National Golf Club.