Masters 2018: 11 Masters-related items you can buy without going to Augusta

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It’s Masters Week—so excitement amongst golfers is at an all-time high. If you’re not at Augusta National, you’re probably texting buddies—seeing if they’re free to tee it up for a round, or you’re watching live coverage enviously from the grounds of the Masters.

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In celebration of the season’s first major, there’s a lot of Masters-inspired apparel, gear and gifts offered by companies of all sizes. Whether it’s a hat with those famous Masters colors or some tasteful Augusta decor for the man cave, check our favorite items here:

  1. Breaking T “Hello Friends Shirt”
    Celebrate the voice of the Masters with this Jim Nantz-inspired shirt that is just too perfect, from our partners at Breaking T. And as a bonus, the shirt ($25) is an ultra soft poly-blend that you’ll want to wear through the entire golf season.
  1. Birds of Candor Caddy Hat
    This classic five-panel snapback ($30) from ultra-cool Australian company Birds of Condor will make you feel like you’re pulling clubs at Augusta. Wear it as a true flat brim, or gently bend to a customized peaked curve. White caddie coveralls not included.
  1. G/FORE Limited Edition Major Gallivanter Golf Shoe
    These limited-edition golf shoes ($225) embody the style, tradition and luxe-feel that comes with the Masters each April, and the premium design elements won’t hurt either. With waterproof leather, quality traction, and the extra-cushioned sock liner make for a great wear.

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  1. G/FORE Major Glove
    The matching limited-edition Major Glove, is a great addition to any stylish golfer’s bag. This exclusive colorway ($40) made just for the Masters is crafted from Cabretta leather for a rich, comfortable fit.
  1. Malbon Golf Straw Hat
    You’ll no doubt spot a few hats like this at Augusta this weekend—straw hats are a tradition in golf almost as important as the green jacket itself. This Malbon Golf hat ($87.50) will up your style game while adding sun protection.
  1. Jack Grace Azalea Saddles & Laces
    These golf shoes are customizable for every mood and style. The saddles have magnetic edges that are interchangeable, but lock into place once you make a selection for a secure and comfortable fit. They’ve got solids, patterns, and flag options. The company released an Azalea pattern in time for the Masters to celebrate those iconic flowerbeds. The saddles go for around $40 while the shoes go for $160.
  1. Yaktrax Men’s Team Color Cabin Socks
    These socks might not be specially made to celebrate the Masters, but who can deny those colors aren’t perfect for celebrating the first major of the year. These crew cut socks ($10) are ultra breathable for unbeatable comfort.
  1. Sugarloaf Social Pimento Cheese Sandwich Gear
    Pimento Cheese sandwiches are debatably the most iconic symbol of the Masters. Whether your palate enjoys them or not, these affordable snacks are here to stay. Celebrate the cheese in every part of your game with these fun Sugarloaf Social items. Yardage Book Holster $92, Smathers & Branson Wallet $55, Tour Visor $40

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  1. Lie + Loft
    Decorate your Masters viewing party properly with these awesome prints. Customizable by frame, our Augusta-themed favorites are the “Blazing Greens” ode to the green jacket ($15) and the gray course map “Augusta” ($30).
  1. Bridgestone’s Masters Gear
    To celebrate every golfers favorite time of the year, Bridgestone released a Masters’ themed collection including a set of headcovers ($50 for three-piece set), Masters-Green and -yellow mesh hats ($25) and two golf bags ($100-300) that will keep your game major all year long.
  1. TaylorMade Season Opener Staff Bag
    Every year TaylorMade releases a bag to commemorate the season’s first major and this year’s iteration ($600) has caused quite a buzz on tour pro social media. You’ve probably seen these pocket liners covered with Georgia peach patterns on Instagram already from TaylorMade guys like Justin Rose. The rest of the bag is ballistic green nylon and leather that screams luxury.

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