Caroline Wozniacki dyes hair red for Masters, sinks 30-foot putt

by: Jonathan Scott April 10, 2014

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How kind of Caroline Wozniacki to discover that one of my two favorite Crayola colors is hot magenta, and to then rock it on a major stage.

(The other? Burnt sienna. Just two great names.)

Wozniacki caddied for her fiancé, golfer Rory McIlroy, at Wednesday's Par 3 Contest at the Masters in Augusta, Georgia. She found a way to be sure she stuck out, too, by temporarily dying her trademark long locks a hue somewhere on the continuum between pink and Ronald McDonald red. See more images below of her hot new follicles.

You can also surmise from the above captions that Wozniacki sunk a 30-foot putt, perhaps atoning for last year's duff into the water:

And it turns out there's precedent here. Wozniacki wore a curly black wig at this time last year to mimic McIlroy's look:

What do you think of Wozniacki's hairpin turn at the Masters? She's already the talk of the tournament. Tennis for the win.

Got a thought, a tip, or a point to make? Hit me on Twitter at @jonscott9.

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