Editor’s Picks: 8 items to make every day feel like the Masters

Masters apparel

The best apparel to keep an Augusta vibe year-round.

For a week and a half every year, Augusta National takes centerstage. From the ANWA to the Masters, golf fans don’t miss a second of the action from Augusta. As for the other 50 1/2 weeks of the year? We think about the next time we’ll see Augusta.

There’s a vibe unlike any other that comes with being on the grounds at Augusta. From the caddie jumpsuits to the green jackets to the azaleas, Augusta has created traditions that only exist with its little world. They might odd elsewhere, but it all makes perfect sense at Augusta National.

While becoming a member of this exclusive club might be a pipe dream, there are other ways to keep an Augusta mentality year-round. We’ve identified items you don’t have to buy in the Augusta pro shop to feel like you’re at Augusta. Bring a piece of the Masters with you everywhere you go!

1. A Tee Unlike Any Other

GOLF and Western Birch Golf teamed up to create a tee that will have you smelling azaleas on every tee box. This is senior writer Michael Bamberger’s favorite tee, and it will soon be yours, too.

All of our market picks are independently selected and curated by the editorial team. If you buy a linked product, GOLF.COM may earn a fee. Pricing may vary.

Western Birch Custom “Azalea” Limited Edition Cup Golf Tee

$12.99
“The king of the indestructible wooden golf tee, in my experience, is the Western Birch golf tee.”   – Box of 50 Tees  – Premium White Birch Hardwood with customized shank & cup. – Thicker Shank Golf Tee creating more durability – Length – 2 3/4 Inch – Queue the music.   These tees are a favorite of GOLF Senior Writer Michael Bamberger. Read his ode to the Western Birch tee. 
Explore the Pro Shop
View Product
Sold out

2. Caddie Jumpsuits

The par-3 contest is the most adorable Masters tradition. Loved ones and children roam Augusta in jumpsuits like the caddies. You might not be able to play Augusta, but you can own a white caddie jumpsuit. Seriously! You can own the exact same white jumpsuit. Grab one for your kids. Grab one for yourself. Grab one for the whole family!

3. The Invitational Hat

Who doesn’t want to have lunch on the lawn at Augusta National under a white and green striped umbrella? This hat from Stitch captures the essence of the perfect lunch setting.

4. Can I get an Amen?

Amen for this t-shirt! BreakingT is known for capturing the moment on its apparel, and they captured a lifetime of Masters moments from one little phrase.

Can I Get An Amen Shirt

Explore the Pro Shop
View Product

5. The Azalea polo

Rhoback has one of the best logos in the apparel came. This very good boy company came up with a very good polo design. Rock this azalea polo on a Sunday to feel like you’re competing at Augusta.

6. Peachy Dad Hat

The peach ice cream sandwich is one of the best things you can order from the Augusta concessions. It’s the perfect Georgia dessert. Keep your game peachy in this cap from Devereux. It’s one of those subtle nods to Augusta that only a real Masters fan will understand. If you know, you know.

7. Nicklaus x Asher Limited-Edition JWN glove

We created this glove in collaboration with Asher as a part of our Masters capsule collection that celebrates Jack’s 1966 win. That week in ’66, a 26-year-old Jack won his third Masters Tournament and became the first golfer ever to defend his title as Masters champion.

Nicklaus x Asher Limited-Edition JWN Glove

$30
We created this glove in collaboration with Asher as a part of our Masters capsule collection that celebrates Jack’s 1966 win. That week in ’66, a 26-year-old Jack won his third Masters Tournament and became the first golfer ever to defend his title as Masters champion.
Buy Now
View Product

8. Amateur Headcover

The purest tradition at the Masters is the amateurs getting a chance to compete with golf’s best. And now the ANWA is establishing a tradition of its own. Keep the Augusta amateur vibes going with this Stitch headcover in your bag.

Golf Magazine

Subscribe To The Magazine

Subscribe
Tim Reilly headshot

Golf.com Editor

Reilly is GOLF’s social-media editor. In September 2017, he took over the reins to the brand’s Twitter, Facebook and Instagram pages. He manages GOLF’s short- and long-term social strategy and produces social video content. Beyond the social space, he contributes to GOLF.com and GOLF Magazine as a writer. His ranking of the best golf scenes in Seinfeld is his magnum opus.