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Masters Mementos Anybody Can Buy

April 04, 2017

Illustration by Doug Chayka

Want to load up on Masters merchandise? It used to be you had to attend the tournament or ask a friend with tickets to shop for you. These days, you can find any number of Masters items online—including some that were only for competitors and club members.

BALL MARKER $9
Simple. Economical. Hey, it's better than a mouse pad (also $9).

COFFEE MUG $40
Say "Yes, Sir!"to the morning.

GREEN CAP $50
This is regulation caddie gear, along with those famous white jumpsuits.

BERCKMANS RED CAP $80
Berckmans Place is a VIP section, with its own VIP merchandise.

MASTERS PIN FLAG $120 This gets far more valuable when signed by winners.

CUFF LINKS $130
They change from year to year. Pictured here: 2015.

1934-STYLE HEADCOVER $130
Why 1934? That was the year of first tournament.

PERFORMANCE GOLF SHIRT $220
A Peter Millar shirt available only to members and Berckmans Place guests.

1996 MASTERS PLATE $500
Members and players used to get two plates a year as gifts.

1947 MASTERS SCRAPBOOK $2,400
A gift from the club to competitors.

MASTERS FLAG WITH 34 CHAMPIONS' SIGNATURES $10,500
Woods, Nicklaus, Palmer and Tom Watson in the center make it extra valuable.

HORTON SMITH SIGNED BALL $12,000
Autographs were rare in the 1930s, and more so on golf balls.

1953 LOW-AMATEUR TROPHY $16,000
Frank Stranahan won it the same year he was low am the British Open.

1934 MASTERS BADGE, FINAL ROUND $32,000
Paper badges (pre-1961) are the scarcest and most prized among collectors.

ARNOLD PALMER MASTERS TROPHY $444,000
A private investor sold it at auction in December 2016.

HORTON SMITH 1936 GREEN JACKET $682,000
The priciest piece of Masters memorabilia—so far—changed hands in 2013.

Pricing info: ebay.com, puregolfauctions.com, mmogolf.com thegolfauction.com, greenjacketauctions.com