Linksoul’s latest capsule honors Lee Elder’s Masters legacy
In 1975, Lee Elder became the first Black man to play in the Masters. Augusta National honored his barrier-breaking achievements alongside Jack Nicklaus and Gary Player on the first tee over the past few years. Now, Linksoul is doing the same with a new, limited-edition product capsule. Their goal is to make Elder’s name synonymous with the Masters Tournament all while supporting a good cause.
This is actually the apparel brand’s second edition of its Lee Elder x Linksoul capsule made up of compelling graphics on products like hats, t-shirts, towels and other golf accessories. All of the proceeds from the collection are donated to the Lee Elder Trust, which covers healthcare costs for his widow, Sharon, who is battling Alzheimer’s, and supports the Lee Elder Memorial Fund that aims to broaden the reach of the game.
So, the products look cool (and make for a great Masters-week outfit) all while honoring a trailblazer of our game and supporting a worthy cause. Click here to view the entire capsule or scroll down to view a few of our favorite items.
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