There is no shortage of sick Masters-inspired swag dropping this week. From boutique brands to the major players, the first major of the year seems to get everyone’s creative juices flowing. While pink azaleas are always a focal point of designs, this year, the peach 🍑 reigns supreme.
Here are some of our favorites. Drop a comment below and let us know what we missed.
Always Fresh! Peach fuzz buzz. Nike nailed the details with this one, right down to the upper that is reminiscent of a burlap sack. This shoe throws off more heat than a warm Georgia spring breeze. Will Rory finally slip on that elusive Green Jacket while wearing these?
TRUE Linkswear LUX Hybrid Azalea LE
Spring has sprung, and unfortunately (but not surprising), these limited edition kicks from TRUE Linkswear jumped out of stock faster than a downhill putt at Augusta National. If you copped a pair, consider yourself lucky.
The iconic running shoe silhouette receives golf-specific modifications to hit the fairways in style. Officially, the colorway is called ‘Shamrock Green,’ but it screams “Augusta” much more than it does “St. Patrick’s Day,” especially with the yellow accents. These shoes also drop on April 6th, which ironically, is the first day of the tournament. Asics used two types of suede on the upper to create some depth. The smooth pigskin nubuck represents the perfectly manicured fairways and greens, while the longer suede is a nod to the rough (er, first cut). Word is the midsole is designed to match the brilliant white sand of the bunkers at Augusta National.
Royal Albartross Smith Azalea & Lady Skye Azalea
Bloomin’ brilliant! Clean and classy with a perfect balance of vibrant green and pink. Don’t sleep on the laces, either. They (literally and figuratively) tie it all together. The Smith (for him) and the Lady Skye (for her) make sophisticated statements, whether you are amongst the patrons or at a Masters party sipping sweet tea. Both will serve you well on and off the course, even after the winner slips on the Green Jacket.
They say The Masters doesn’t start until the back nine on Sunday, but G/FORE and TaylorMade might beg to differ about that. The two brands have teamed up on the Front Nine Collection of footwear with vibrant, crisp sage and white colorways. No matter your style, there is something here for everyone–the modern, classic Saddle Gallivanter, the athletic MG4X2 Cross Trainer, the sporty MG4+, the cushy G/SLIDE, and the Women’s G/FORE Kiltie Disruptor.
Apparel & Hats
Adidas Golf This is Our Fairway Floral Polo
This polo has already been involved in a victory at Augusta as Rose Zhang wore the women’s version to capture the Augusta National Women’s Amateur title. Can Xander, Collin, or Tyrrell make it two-for-two? The This is Our Fairway Polo reemphasizes adidas’ commitment to female golfers while also supporting those who are leading and inspiring a united community of women in the sport. The concept and direction for the entire collection were inspired and designed by women at the three-stripes brand. The Floral design print features an amaryllis flower which symbolizes self-confidence and strength through a bold and vibrant coral colorway.
Bad Birdie Amateurs Collection
’80s/’90s retro designs continue to trend and Bad Birdie teamed up with iconic artist Alan Hyder on this collection with all kinds of throwback feels. Corduroy rope hats, two-tone lids, and a crewneck sweatshirt with a brilliant painting on the back.
Galvin Green releasing a sick limited-edition waterproof jacket for the year’s first major has become a tradition unlike any other. This year’s version features a cool grey and white color blocked shell with a special green and yellow logo on the left chest. Not to mention, this 100% waterproof GORE-TEX jacket is loaded with the latest tech providing a feathery weight and superb breathability. Plus, it packs down for easy storage. This is how you beat those April showers.
Take my money, Field Day! I love the vintage vibes and the attention to detail of the green lawn chair, ribboned hat, umbrella, and black and white wing tips. The pink cup adds a pop of color while being a tribute to Augusta’s azaleas.
Spring is in bloom at Rhoback with this collection of colorful polos, q-zips, and hoodies. There may be more azaleas in this collection than at Augusta National.
If you are looking to make a strong, fashion-forward statement this Masters week, then Devereux’s Peachy Collection is for you. The streetwear-inspired styles feature a mix of clean and bold pieces. We’re talking about everything from cartoon-y peaches and checkerboards to lightning bolts, skulls, and growling tigers. Oh my!
My first stop for Masters-inspired t-shirts is always Swing Juice. Creative, classic, and comfy.
In 1975, Lee Elder became the first African-American to tee it up at The Masters. Linksoul is once again commemorating Mr. Elder’s achievements with a capsule collection. 100% of the proceeds go to the Lee Elder Trust to help his widow, Sharon, with healthcare costs as she battles Alzheimer’s while sustaining the Lee Elder Memorial Fund to grow his legacy and expand the reach of golf.
Grab some wayfarer shades, throw on a bucket hat and you’ll be the coolest wolf around. Greyson’s Spectator Collection captures Augusta’s floral beauty while adding a whimsical touch with the Spectator Wolf logo. By now you should know that when Greyson says “limited-edition” it is synonymous with “won’t be around long,” so add a lid, hoodie, t-shirt, polo, or headcover to your shopping cart before they are gone.
Feeling hungry? Mix up a snack of pimento cheese sandwiches or peach ice cream sandwiches. We recommend removing your Asher Gloves before chowing down, though. You don’t want to mess up these clean-looking white gloves.
Peaches, umbrella tables, and azaleas. Berg Golf captures all the flavors of The Masters with these tees.
Keep them clean while keeping it classy. These hand-painted, American hickory brushes are the most stylish way to give your sticks a scrub during Masters week. Also, check out the ‘Patron’ tees, stickers, ball markers, and t-shirt from D&D.
Another artistic collab as the crew at Palm Golf teamed up with Lie and Loft on this towel that showcases the map of the course played for the first major of the year.
The best way to get a grip on Masters week and keep those Augusta feels going all year. This special version of the MCC ALIGN features a green and white color scheme with hits of yellow accents. The ALIGN Technology, highlighted by a green raised ridge along the back of the grip, assists hand placement and improves swing consistency. There’s a good chance the winner of the Green Jacket will be gripping Golf Prides throughout the tournament. Gay Brewer was the first Masters champion to user Golf Pride grips, and 38 out of the next 50 winners also had Golf Prides on their sticks.
Don’t come up short on the course this Masters week. Dial in your yardages with these limited edition NX10 Slope Rangefinders with eye-catching azaleas and green and yellow designs.
Rollin’ with my gnomies down Magnolia Lane in a caddie jumpsuit surrounded by dogwood flowers.