Our first exclusive, limited-edition Nicklaus merch drop is here!

2020 Nicklaus Collection

Pictured above are just a few of the items we co-designed for this limited-edition drop. Head to our Pro Shop to view the rest!

Christian Hafer

Here at GOLF.com, we’ve doubled-down on writing about merch — we do so now more frequently and consistently than ever, and we’re loving every second of it (the numbers prove that you guys love it, too). Over the summer, we took the next step and launched our Pro Shop, which has already generated tens of thousands of sales. And now, we’re even designing our own pieces of merch you can’t find anywhere else.

The 2020 Nicklaus Collection represents our first exclusive, super-limited drop of goods. That’s right — GOLF.com’s Pro Shop now features a handful of only-sold-here Jack goods just in time for the 2020 Masters

The Collection includes 18 different AHEAD hats that range in styles (dad caps, rope hats and a bucket) and feature a variety of logos (the classic yellow bear but also different-colored bears, Jack’s signature, a vintage patch, and more). We also designed a shoe bag with Jones Golf that features a bold new logo — Jack’s signature written over the number he’s most synonymous with (hint: it rhymes with shhhhhmaiteen). Rounding out the collection is a Faribault Mills blanket that celebrates Jack’s incredible feat at the 1986 Masters, and our exclusive collaboration of three gloves with Asher Golf, one of which also celebrates that same ’86 victory.

Available in super limited quantities, you’ll want to act quickly with items that speak to you because there’s no promise we’ll ever bring them back. 

More drops to come soon, but this specific one won’t last long.

Ashley Mayo


Mayo is GOLF’s Editorial Director and oversees the brand’s vision and strategy. Whether content lives digitally or in print, Mayo ensures that its standards live up to those established by GOLF’s chairman. Before joining the GOLF team, Ashley spent 11 years as an editor at Golf Digest. While there, she earned her Masters degree from Columbia’s School of Journalism. Before joining Golf Digest, Mayo competed on the first-ever women’s golf team at the University of Virginia. She is also the Head of Brand at GOLF’s parent company, 8AM Golf.