BJ809107

Framed Bobby Jones Open Championship 1930 Photograph

Size Guide
Size & Fit Guide

Men's Sizing Chart All measurements in inches.

Small Medium Large X-Large XX-Large XXX-Large
Chest 34-36 38-40 42-44 46-48 50-52 54-56
Sleeve 32-33 33-34 34-35 35-36 36-37 37-38
Waist 28-30 32-34 36-38 40-42 44-46 48-50

Women's Sizing Chart All measurements in inches.

X-Small Small Medium Large X-Large
2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16
Chest 33 34 35 36 37 38½ 40 42½
Waist 28-29 30 31 32 33 34 35 37
Hip 35-36 37 38 39 40 41 42 44

How to measure for size

Chest: With arms at your sides, measure around your upper body under your armpits at the fullest part of your chest.

Sleeve: With your elbow bent, measure from the middle of your back, directly below the neck, across the shoulders and elbow down to the wrist. Total inches is your sleeve length.

Waist: Bend to one side to find the natural crease of your waist. Measure at this point keeping the tape comfortably loose around your waist.

Hip: Measure around the fullest part of your body at the top of your leg.

Size & Fit Guide

Men's Sizing Chart All measurements in inches.

Small Medium Large X-Large XX-Large XXX-Large
Chest 34-36 38-40 42-44 46-48 50-52 54-56
Sleeve 32-33 33-34 34-35 35-36 36-37 37-38
Waist 28-30 32-34 36-38 40-42 44-46 48-50

Women's Sizing Chart All measurements in inches.

X-Small Small Medium Large X-Large
2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16
Chest 33 34 35 36 37 38½ 40 42½
Waist 28-29 30 31 32 33 34 35 37
Hip 35-36 37 38 39 40 41 42 44

How to measure for size

Chest: With arms at your sides, measure around your upper body under your armpits at the fullest part of your chest.

Sleeve: With your elbow bent, measure from the middle of your back, directly below the neck, across the shoulders and elbow down to the wrist. Total inches is your sleeve length.

Waist: Bend to one side to find the natural crease of your waist. Measure at this point keeping the tape comfortably loose around your waist.

Hip: Measure around the fullest part of your body at the top of your leg.

Bobby Jones is seen hitting a sand bunker shot from the par-5 16th at Hoylake during that year's Open Championship — the second leg of Jones' memorable 1930 Grand Slam campaign. With Macdonald Smith and Leo Diegel just two strokes back of Jones with three holes to play, Jones pushed his second shot into a green side bunker, leaving an awkward third, forcing him to stand with one foot in the sand and the other on the bunker's slope. That is when Jones pulled an odd-shaped club from his bag, a concave wedge that Horton Smith had given him just prior his successful assault on golf's Grand Slam. So out came the "sand wedge," a club patented in 1928 — just two years earlier, and for the first and only time in his storied career Jones hit a sand wedge. The shot, seen clearly in this framed canvas print, was blasted from the bunker to within four inches of the cup for the birdie that saved the win and the Grand Slam for the incomparable Bobby Jones.

Jones was diagnosed with syringomyelia in 1944, a rare and degenerative disease of the central nervous system. Jones would battle the disease for 23 years, first using a cane, then leg braces and finally in a wheelchair. During the final years of his life Jones could not even hold a pen. When Jones was asked about his crippling disease his response spoke volumes about the kind of man he was, “In life, as in golf, we all have to play the ball as it lies."

This framed canvas print measures 22" x 26"

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