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Masters Style Through the Years

Fashion trends that have helped define the times at Augusta National

April 2014
Jones, Sweester, Sarazen, Hagen
A shirt, tie, sweater and plus-four trouser was the uniform for the early American sporting man. Robert Tyre Jones Jr., the forefather of the Masters and Augusta National Golf Club, was a style icon on and off the course and defined the look of early golf (along with pals Jess Sweester, Gene Sarazen and Walter Hagen) during the tournament's inception in the 1930s.
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