Westwood could scoop huge bonus with Masters win

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Lee Westwood is hoping to win his first ever major title at the Masters this week, and last year's runner-up is set to win more than a green jacket if he does. 

Flannels, the luxury fashion retailer, who recently announced Westwood as an ambassador, have put a £2 million price tag on the tournament’s famous green jacket if he clinches the first major of the year.  

Should Westwood emerge triumphant on Sunday, the Ryder Cup legend will land a massive £2 million bonus courtesy of the fashion retailer after it agreed to renew a unique deal put in place by a previous sponsor.

The agreement stipulates that the Englishman is entitled to scoop £2 million for a major championship victory and if he does emulate Danny Willett, his fellow Brit and ISM stable mate who took the title last year, it will be rich reward for a player who finished runner-up in 2010 and 2016.

Despite the pending payout, Westwood’s new sponsors claim they will be the first to toast his success should he pull on the famous green jacket this Sunday evening and, in the process, net the £2 million windfall.

Jenna Triscott, Marketing Manager at Flannels said: “Lee’s enjoyed unbelievable success over his career and we’d be absolutely delighted if we were part of a next chapter that included a US Masters victory. We’re very used to dealing with luxury clothing but the green jacket could be our most expensive item yet!"

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