Masters 2020: Our favorite Augusta-themed merchandise that will get you in the Masters mood
This year's Masters may look a little different in the fall, but some of our favorite mainstays remain the same. The jackets are still green, pimento-cheese sandwiches still cheesy and Augusta is still ready to put our favorite golfer’s skills to the test. No matter how you choose to celebrate Augusta National hosting the final major of the year in 2020, these Masters-inspired products are a great way to get into the Masters spirit.
Rhoback re-released The Azalea performance polo that was a hit earlier this year. The colorful design is reminiscent of Augusta’s floral backdrop and the micro-pattern look is flattering on almost anyone. An ultra-soft fabric and tagless back make for a comfortable wear while the moisture-wicking functionality and refined self collar are great for golf. And if you’re a fan of this golf shirt, keep an eye out for more Masters-inspired products coming from the brand this weekend.
Stitch released a line of Georgia-themed pieces that are a great way to celebrate the state that hosts the Masters. The green leather is adorned with patches that any Masters fan will appreciate including the state’s famous peaches, the iconic pimento-cheese sandwich and Augusta’s familiar highway, Interstate 20. Available for driver, fairway wood or hybrid, these hand-crafted headcovers will look great on any bag—and they're an an easy win for early holiday shopping for the golfer on your list this year.
The “Welcome to Georgia” golf bag from stitch is a limited-edition version of the brand’s popular SL1 model. The ultra-lightweight bag fits 14 clubs, can be personalized with your initials and comes with a matching rain hood. The Georgia-inspired details cover one of the bag’s side pockets and really pop stylishly against the deep green leather exterior.
Inspired by the iconic and mysterious Crow’s Nest located behind a hidden door in the Augusta clubhouse, the Adidas Limited-Edition Crossknit DPR Golf Shoes are a stylish and simplistic nod to the amateurs competing in the Masters. The spikeless shoe has a sneaker-feel with a ton of traction and energy-returning feel. A window pane-like tongue tab and green insole were modeled after design elements in the Crow’s Nest and the words “Low” and “Am” on the bottom of the shoe honor the quiet successes of amateur golfers in a bolder way. For a full review of the Adidas Low Am Golf Shoes, click here.
Also a part of Adidas' limited-edition collection, this white cotton bucket hat ($35) is an even subtler nod to the Augusta tradition with an embroidered crow patch on the outside and the words “Low Am” written on the inside of the hat.
This bold green hat is a great way to wear golf’s favorite color. It’s made with a breathable mesh fabric for all-weather comfort, an unstructured build you won’t have to wear in and an adjustable back closure for the perfect fit.
To celebrate the 10th anniversary of Fred Couples making waves with the trendsetting hybrid golf shoe at the 2010 Masters, ECCO relaunched an upgraded version of the shoe. It's made with full-grain pebbled leather, is water repellent and has a ton of cushioning built in.
Available at ecco.com
Puma Golf's The Experience Collection was inspired by the greenery at Augusta, most notably the flora at Amen Corner. The "Eleven" golf shirt has white dogwood flowers seen on the par-4 11th hole, the "Twelve" features golden bell flowers and the "Thirteen" has an azalea-like pattern for the aptly named hole. The floral inspirations can be found across the entire line that includes four golf shirts, a quarter-zip jacket, two pairs of golf shoes and two caps. The collection was originally released in April, but several pieces remain in stock.
Puma also released this shoe design in April to celebrate the week the Masters was originally scheduled for, and the fun design is still relevant seven months later. The limited-edition Ignite Proadapt golf shoe was inspired by the iconic florals at Augusta with a monochromatic twist.
While this top isn't technically a Masters-specific product, it is a look Tiger Woods has made iconic and wore again in his victorious return in 2019. Red will always be a classic, but the newer green colorway is another iconic Masters-inspired look worth trying out.
Only 200 of these limited-edition hybrid golf shoes ($249) were made. Each is numbered and comes with a certificate of authenticity. The durable outsole is versatile and can be worn on or off the course—and the lightweight construction provides enough support to be worn all day.
Nike always makes a splash with its NRG releases around the majors and this vintage-inspired collection is no different. The shoes are made with a statement-making corduroy fabric and styled with shades of green, mustard and an orange-y red that bring major 1970s vibes. Of the five-shoe line, three were designed with a fringed lace cover called a kiltie that was popularized by golfers trying to protect their dress shoes in the 1940s. The unique accessory is found on the Air Zoom Victory Tour, Roshe G Tour and Air Max 97 G. The more athletic Air Zoom Infinity Tour and Jordan Low G Golf shoes are open laced. No word on if any tour players will be debuting these shoes at Augusta, but we think Rory McIlroy can certainly pull off the kiltie look with ease. Available Nov. 9 for Nike members and Nov. 11 for non-members at Nike.com