Masters 2022: The 15 coolest things in the merchandise shop this year at Augusta National


Sensory overload is unavoidable at the Masters. It’s overwhelming to soak in all aspects of Augusta National in one day. You can’t leave without Masters merch—and once you step foot in the glorious merchandise building, you’re presented with purchasing decisions that, if made poorly, you’ll rue until your next trip back.

Plus, you probably have a list of people to buy for—and you better have a physical list with all their sizes, since you’re sans cell phone. Talk about pressure.

We’re here to guide you—even if you haven’t been lucky enough to score a grounds pass for 2022—you might use this guide in case you do gain access to the glorious merchandise “pro shop” at Augusta National. Or, in case you know someone who’s here this week, you can send them this to help their shopping. Maybe they’ll buy you something in return.

Crows Nest T-shirt


In our opinion, the simple T-shirt is an underrated souvenir at pro shops at the nicest clubs. It’s often the cheapest item, and you’ll be able to wear it away from the golf course. As always, the T-shirt options are abundant at Augusta National this year—but the new Crows Nest T-shirt is an absolute must-have.

Tumbler (16 oz., $35; 24 oz., $42)


Again, we’re all about utility. You’ll use this tumbler every day.

Luxury throw blanket ($135)


The comfort of a warm, Augusta blanket is the perfect way to keep a piece of the Masters with you in all seasons. This is made from fine Italian materials, of course.

Metal signs ($35)


A must-have for every mancave.

Coozies ($10 for two)


How great of a deal, $10 for two of these?

Lee Wybranski poster (18 x 24, $35)


Lee Wybranski creations are coveted at every major … and you can get this elegant piece at a very reasonable price.

Pet leashes ($19) and dog bowl ($18)


The leash is the ultimate humble brag while you’re walking Fido. And treat Fido, too, with this dog bowl … so he can pretend he’s drinking water from a tributary of Rae’s Creek.

Pet collar ($17)


We love all the options for pets.

Watercolor giclee prints ($50)


Another great option for your home offices … for the ultimate background of your Zoom calls.

Smathers and Branson dopp kit ($50)


This travel kit is undoubtedly an upgrade from whatever you use to stow your toothbrush and deodorant.

Premium headcovers (Fairway wood, hybrids and putter covers: $95)


The perfect touch for your clubs.

Candles ($48)


The Azaleas are in bloom this year. And what’s better than taking the scent of Augusta’s iconic flowery home with you?

Binoculars ($40)


These Bushnell binoculars are a must for Masters viewing.

Tote of the day ($18)


The Masters is featuring a different tote each day … we’re huge fans of this one.

Cutting board ($85); kitchen towels ($25, set of two)


Like we said, utility is the name of the game. It’s tough to own a better kitchen item than this engraved, premium Masters premium cutting board.

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