2007 Masters Couture

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Ken Moli (left) and Afa Malivao, members of the Samoan Fellowship Church in south Augusta, wore colorful ie lava lava wraps outside the gates of Augusta National on Tuesday. Both men and women from the church wore the same garb as they sold water to passersby as part of a fundraiser for their church. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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Caroline Griggs (left) and Samantha Hardy both of Augusta beat the heat in cool, cotton sundresses on Tuesday. Caroline's pink sundress is by J. Crew. Samantha's Jeremy Spencer design is a stylish steal from Stein-mart on Washington Road. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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The breezy shape of baby-doll tube tops mean even moms-to-be can sport the hottest spring style. Shelley Chastain of LaGrange, Ga., wore a Maternal America top with floral accents on Tuesday. Her baby is due June 25. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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John Predmore (right) shared another of his prized J. Lindeberg belts with his friend Billy Tully on Tuesday. Both men are assistant pros at Reunion Resort in Orlando. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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A closer look at that belt: Golfer Camilo Villegas, the hunk of the PGA Tour, often wears colorful, funky styles by J. Lindeburg. Still looks kind of like something the elementary school bus monitor wore to me. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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LOUD AND PROUD: John Predmore of Orlando, Fla., had the baddest belt on the golf course Tuesday. His neon-green belt is by J. Lindeberg. "I bought it on eBay for about $110," Mr. Predmore said. "I buy a new belt at least once a week. At least I try to." (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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The cut on Ms. Bohannon's skort is unique. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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Kiersten Bohannon of Atlanta wore a camellia-blossom skort by Paraphrase. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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Mrs. Harley's fine-weave straw hat provided style and shade. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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Mrs. Harley's multicolored weave sandals are by Duck Head. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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Gloria Harley of Augusta looked smart in her tailored denim top with matching capris. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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Shirt dresses were a cool and comfortable choice for many women at the tournament Tuesday. Ann Gerlach, of Brevard, N.C., wore a bright pink version by Boston Proper. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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Laura Folusewych, of Greenville, S.C., captured the colors of spring in her A-line skirt by Moda International. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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Laura Folusewych got her stunning shell earrings at the market in Charleston. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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Brittany got her strappy brown-suede wedges by Colin Stewart at Victoria's Secret. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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Brittany Harrington of Augusta wore a lacy button-up sundress. Brittany is the owner of the Salon at Southern Exposure. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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Brooke Norch of Sherman, Texas - just outside of Dallas - looked sharp in a black-and-beige diagonally- striped shirt and black Bermuda shorts. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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It was hard to find a man dressed in anything but the oh-so typical golf shirt and khaki or cargo shorts. But John Moore of Seattle showed his sense of style with a silky-rayon shirt by Bobby Chan. He paired the pastel orchid-print shirt with green Callaway shorts. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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Mr. Moore got his brass-and-copper bracelets at the Pipe Street Market in Seattle. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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Cassie Mattox (left) of Augusta said she wore her long-linen skirt by J. Crew to the golf course because it was airy and breezy. "I would have worn one if I could," said her friend Alan Ring. Cassie, 22, got the skirt at Plato's Closet, a new and used clothing store specializing in name-brand teen casual wear. The store is in Walton's Corner shopping center, 3626 Walton Way Extension. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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Ms. Taylor's black tank featuring pearl and silver beads is by Forever 21. Her sunglasses are from Claire's Boutique. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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Davis West of Pauline, S.C., near Spartanburg, was among the best dressed gents at the course Tuesday. He said his mom, Sharon, picked out his outfit: brown-and-white seersucker shorts paired with a pink Lacoste shirt. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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Michele Taylor, of Alpharetta, Ga., added a bold black-and-white patterned skirt by 6 Degrees to her wardrobe for spring. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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Ms. Edwards' glittery thongs are from Shoe Studio, a designer shoe warehouse just down the street from Augusta National on Washington Road. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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Lots of the dresses seen at Augusta National on Tuesday had bandeau-style tops and spaghetti straps. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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Sara Dunbar of Evans looked chic in earth tones. She accessorized her crocheted sweater and beaded tank top with a three-loop necklace she purchased in Seattle. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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A brown-fabric headband held Diana Edwards' slicked back hair in place on a breezy day. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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Flips flops were everywhere on the golf course Tuesday. Patricia Marchal's pair features whimsical pink-and-green striped inner soles. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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Diana Edwards of Augusta looked elegant in her Asian-print bandeau-top sundress by Rampage. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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Patricia Marchal of Bluefield, W.V., said the Masters was the perfect place to wear her kelly-green capris with a drawstring waist. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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Holly Gordon of Augusta looked cool and comfortable in a baby-doll sundress by Forever 21. Holly is a junior majoring in education at University of Georgia. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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Whitney Wise of Evans, a student at Georgia Military College in Milledgeville, paired a polka-dot tube top with a white linen handkerchief skirt. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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Mary Easterly was dressed to the nines in her pink-and-white seersucker suit by Lilly Pulitzer. Her green Lacoste golf shirt picked up the with sherbet green trim of the suit. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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The unmistakable logo of Augusta National is known around world. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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An Augusta National necklace with matching earrings completed Whitney's look. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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Mrs. Easterly accessorized her ensemble with a straw Masters hat and Gucci sunglasses. "It's an old hat, but I like it," Mrs. Easterly said. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle Josh Kelley was one of the few patrons in jeans. He paired his dark denim jeans by Lucky with a brown Prada belt with light-blue stripes. Mr. Kelley was a golfer before he was a musician. He was a member of Lakeside High School's boys golf team, which won the Class AAAA state championship in 1999. He attended Ole Miss on a golf scholarship and played three years before leaving to pursue a music career. "You can't help being a solid golfer growing up in Augusta," he said. "Around here you grow up with a golf club in your hand." (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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Sofia Verney-Carron of Augusta wore a dogwood-patterned skirt with a cream sweater. A-line skirts are another trend for spring. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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Angela Criscuolo looked chic in her flowing black slacks, black tank and cropped white sweater. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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Ms. Criscuolo's black-and-white polka-dot pattern-leather wedges are by Chinese Laundry. Functional for walking a golf course? No. Stylish? Oh yeah, baby. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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Dressing like a rock star will draw attention at Augusta National. Of course it's OK if you are a rock star. Singer Josh Kelley had that carefully disheveled look going on with his half-in-half-out crisp Lacoste shirt. "I just got out of bed," he said about 4 p.m. (His hair said otherwise). Mr. Kelley was scheduled to perform at The Country Club, 2834 Washington Road, on Tuesday night. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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Sisters Davis McKnight (left) and Blakeley McKnight, of Augusta, matched in their Lilly Pulitzer pieces at the club on Tuesday. "The Masters is everybody's excuse to bring out their Lilly and their seersucker before Easter," said Blakely, a sophomore public relations major at University of Georgia. Davis' green tunic-length tube top with gathered sides is by Michael Star. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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The McKnight sisters wore traditional saddle-oxford golf shoes with a splash of color. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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Wedges with rope heels were among the most stylish footwear worn by women at Augusta National on Tuesday. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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Stephanie Anderson, a server outside the clubhouse, added a red polka dot scarf to her uniform. "Anything to be different," she said. "We all look the same out here, so I've got to jazz it up a little." (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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Heather Alala, of Charlotte, N.C., in multicolor strapless sundress. Her gold wedge sandals are by Kors. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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Ms. Tant's big-bead bracelet was a perfect accessory for her snappy look. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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Dianne Tant of Edgefield, S.C., paired a black-and-white polka dot skort with a bright red hoodie. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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Nancy Esposito of Wallingford, Conn., paired a black-and-white zebra-striped zip-front shirt with crisp black capri pants. Black-and-white is one of the hot trends for spring. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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Ian Poulter, the only golfer brave enough to don a fedora since Chi Chi Rodriguez. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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If Gary Player, looked like an angel then Ian Poulter looked like a stylish red devil in his crimson fedora and shirt. His white golf pants had red piping down the outside seams and the red-and-white theme continued right down to his saddle oxfords. Poulter's daughter, Aimee-Leigh, toted her dad's bag at the Par-3 Contest. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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Sandrato Moore of Evans, Ga., paired an off-the-shoulder layered top by Bandalino with green linen slacks. Her green necklace and bracelet were given to her by a stylist at Kenneth Schuler School of Cosmetology in North Augusta. "I told her I liked them and she gave them to me," said Mrs. Moore."That's Southern hospitality. See? It still exists." (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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Katie Hoeft of Nashville, Tenn., looked springy in her multicolored, strapless sundress from Anthropology in San Francisco. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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Gary Player, known as the Black Night for his signature ebony attire, reversed his look at Wednesday's Par-3 Contest. The three-time Masters champion playing in his 50th tournament dressed head-to-toe in white, save for a feint stripe on his shirt. With the gleaming sun beaming down on him, the 71-year-old looked like some kind of golf angel bounding around the greens. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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Keith Campbell wore a colorful University of Georgia shirt to the Par-3 Contest on Wednesday. The Bulldogs fan says he's been season-ticket holder since 1972. The Brunswick, Ga., resident is also is an avid golfer and a member of the Jekyll Island Club. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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Dianne Day's belt with black laces and golden ovals is by St. John. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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Dianne Day's rhinestone-studded black cap looked like a sky full of stars. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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Elfreida Phillips of Augusta looked chic in a Liz Claiborne hat, earrings from a boutique in Columbia's Five Points area, and an Izod cable-knit sweater. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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Dianne Day of San Diego, Calif., wore basic black-and-white to the Par-3 Contest, but she jazzed up her simple top and shorts with glitzy accessories. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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Phil Meyer of Hayward, Wis., stood out from the crowd in his pink floral shorts by American Eagle. The lightweight surf shorts were perfect for Wednesday's sunny, warm weather. Mr. Meyer is the course pro at Teal Wing Golf Club in Hayward. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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Phil Meyer's lightweight surf shorts were perfect for Wednesday's sunny, warm weather. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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Kate G. McGhee added pearls to her scoop-neckline top for a classy look. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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Kate G. McGhee of Statesboro, Ga., struggled with what to wear to Wednesday's Par-3 Contest. She wanted something comfortable, but cute. She achieved both with her bold black-and-white A-line skirt with a sunflower pattern by Grace Ellis. Ms. McGhee added a splash of red with her sweater and toe-nail polish. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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Susan Metcalf accessorized her outfit for the Par-3 Contest with a silver bracelet by Lucky. It came with all its charms, she said. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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Rodney Ellis of Winston Salem, N.C., cut a sharp figure in a ribbed crew-neck shirt and long black trousers. Mr. Ellis owns plenty of traditional golf shirts and shorts, "but I like this style better," he said. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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Susan Metcalf of Fort Payne, Ala., looked crisp and classic in an Ann Taylor blouse and J. Crew seersucker Bermuda shorts. Her cable-knit sweater is by the Gap. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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Vicki Summerford of Madison, Ala., wore camouflage capris from Goody's with a black tank, and black leather thongs with white stitching to Wednesday's Par-3 Contest at Augusta National Golf Club. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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Lynn Neeck kept cool at the Par-3 in an ivory canvas hat by Helen Kaminski. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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Lynn Neeck kept cool at the Par-3 in an ivory canvas hat by Helen Kaminski. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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Katie Katke, of San Clemente, Calif., paired layered camis with cuffed Bermuda shorts. Her fashion mission for Wednesday's Par-3 Contest was to "wear something cooler than yesterday," she said. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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The white piping on Mrs. Aaron's jacket gave it a tailored look. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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Jimmye Aaron of Gainesville, Ga., wife of golfer Tommy Aaron, looked sharp in a grey-and-white seersucker suit. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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"I love the hat. It's the coolest hat here," Katie Katke said. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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Katie Katke wore her no-lace Chuck Taylor All-Stars to the Masters on Wednesday. "I wear them all the time," she said. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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And here's Margi's brother, 2006 Australian Masters champion Justin Rose, looking stylish in a tangerine shirt and ivory pants. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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Margi Rose wore mod ivory patten-leather sandals to Augusta National on Wednesday. "I had to pack of load of clothes because you never know what the weather's going to be like," she said. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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Margi Rose, sister of PGA Tour golfer Justin Rose, brought one of the hottest looks in London to the Par-3 Course on Wednesday. Ms. Rose wore a V-striped dress from Zara with white leggings by United Colors of Benetton. "A little dress with leggings is a big trend in London right now," said Ms. Rose, who is the Marketing and Events Executive for Cancer Research UK. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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Heather Rollins' gauzy cotton shirt dress with embroidered flowers was perfect for the sunny, warm weather at Wednesday's Par-3 Contest. Ms. Rollins is from Dallas. Her dress is by Joie. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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Kristen Cooper of Columbia, S.C., wore colorful capris by Tibi to Wednesday's Par-3 Contest at Augusta National Golf Club. Her v-neck sweater set is by Banana Republic. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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Barbara Finn-Pressley added sparkle to her ensemble with an elegant rhinestone belt by Kippy. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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Christina Clayton accessorized her little black dress with shimmering earrings and large-frame Prada sunglasses. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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Christina Clayton of Nashville, Tenn., was stunning in this swingy sundress with a gathered bandeau-top from The Limited. (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)
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Barbara Finn-Pressley of LaJolla, Calif., stood out from the crowd in her crisp green blouse by Foxcroft. She also wore white cotton Faconnable trousers from Nordstrom. "I wear this for golf," said Mrs. Finn-Pressley, who is a member of LaJolla Country Club and has a 14 handicap. "I don't like golf clothes, plus this keeps me covered." (Photo by Elizabeth Adams/The Augusta Chronicle)