5 golf T-shirts we designed just for golfers to wear off the course

A few weeks ago, we joined our friends over at BreakingT to get into the mask-making game. As we anticipate a summer of masked golf, we thought it was not only awesome, but necessary to create golf-specific masks and donate the proceeds to worthy causes.

But we loved the masks so much, we figured: Why stop there? So we got to work and designed five golf-themed T-shirts to wear all summer long. Scroll down to see our new designs!

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Hit Bombs

Phil Mickelson’s favorite saying has quickly become one of the most common ways to talk about hitting a driver. Of course, every golfer aspires to hit the ball farther and hit bombs off every tee. Buy this for yourself or as a gift for the long driver in your foursome.
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I Miss AK

Remember Anthony Kim? I mean, how could you forget those shiny, over-the-top belts he’d rock week after week? Get this tee to remind your buddies of the legend.
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Stinger

We can all relate to the feeling of hitting a drive so great that you can pick up your tee without even watching the ball land. Hopefully this shirt will inspire you to hit more of those tee-grabbers — and maybe even a few stingers along the way.
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Play Golf

We all have that one friend who still says “golfing.” But golf is a noun, and over at GOLF.com we “play golf.” This is important.
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Master Shotmaker

This is the shirt for the player who has every shot in the bag. Take that as you wish…
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Golf Masks

A 3-pack of masks for golfers. Proceeds go to the Golf Emergency Relief Fund, providing short-term financial assistance to those facing hardship due to Covid-19.
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Emily Haas

Golf.com Contributor