ESPN personality Mike Greenberg rips Fred Couples for his Masters attire during final round
Fred Couples made history over the weekend when he became the oldest competitor to make the cut at the Masters.
But for at least one fan tuning in to watch the first golf major of the season, Couples wasn’t up to par with the attire he chose for the final round of the tournament.
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ESPN’s Mike Greenberg ripped the 63-year-old’s outfit as he tried to stay in contention with the rest of the pack.
“Fred Couples, sweatshirt? He looks like he was doing some work around the house and someone reminded him of his tee time,” Greenberg tweeted.
“How laid back do you have to be to play the final round of the #Masters in attire that would not be allowed at practically any country club?”
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Augusta National battled cold and gloomy weather all weekend, which was likely why Couples went with a warmer outfit.
Couples finished the final round 4-over par and 9-over par for the rest of the tournament. Couples finished up his second round early Saturday morning to be +1 for the tournament, making the cut by two strokes.
It was Couples' 38th Masters appearance, and it's another record for him. He, Gary Player and now Tiger Woods all share the record for most consecutive cuts made at Augusta with 23.
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Couples automatically was invited to the tournament since he was a Masters champion. He won the tournament in 1992 over Raymond Floyd. It’s the only major championship of his career.