Men, women, children and pets slipped into our paper version of Augusta National's famous green coat. The Chronicle's green jacket photo contest received 50 entries. Here are some of the best, including the winner of our cash prize: Chris and Ruby Davis of Lake City, Ga., who were photographed moments after they were pronounced "man and wife." Here are a few runner-ups.
Cheryl Gilchrist of Hephzibah compared her green jacket to the real thing on display at Augusta National Golf Club.
David Park, 3, rides his tricycle in his green jacket. He's the son of Ronald and Mary Anne Park of North Augusta.
Steven Garner, 4, and Kathryn Garner, 2, in the front yard of their home on Norton Drive. They're the children Joyce and Craig Garner of Augusta.
Chyna Davis, 10, of Jesup, Ga., and her grandfather Roger Davis of Augusta, in the gardens of the Georgia Golf Hall of Fame.
Bequi Coar (left) and Nancy Cisick-Baumgartner, both of Augusta, near the main scoreboard of Augusta National Golf Course.
Jesse Pague of Augusta takes a ride on his skateboard.
With the April 15 tax deadline approaching, this is as close to the course, or a green jacket, the partners at Cherry, Bekaert and Holland accounting firm will get. They are Steve Farmer (from left), Kip Plowman, Doug Cates, John Neal and Ken Fields.
Morgan Carter, wore her green jacket all over town, including the costume department of Fat Man's Forest, where she tried on an assortment of hats.
Doug Young of Martinez needs a little more jacket (or a little less Doug) to squeeze into our paper coat. The photo was taken by Kathy Overstreet.
Michael Ronan McCormack, 3, looks like a young Nick Faldo as he stands in his front yard on Trafalgar Drive. He's the son of Leigh and Mike McCormack of Augusta.
Jay Martin of Evans hits the shower. Check the label, dude. Green jackets are dry clean only.