Masters 2021: The 10 coolest items in the Augusta National merchandise shop

By Hally Leadbetter  

Ben Walton

ou did it. You’ve made it to Augusta National. After you visit Amen Corner and eat a few pimento cheese sandwiches, what’s next? Hit the merchandise shop, of course. How else are you supposed to subtly brag to your buddies that you walked the hallowed grounds of the most famous golf course on earth? And don’t just grab a quarter-zip and call it a day. Here are 10 of the coolest items you can buy.

Pimento Cheese Concession Stand T-shirt


Pay homage to one of the most iconic sandwiches on the planet with this pimento cheese sandwich T-shirt. ($29.50)

Maui Jim Sunglasses


If you look closely, the bridge of these glasses are modeled after The Hogan Bridge. With only 100 pair made this year, there likely won’t be anybody else in your foursome with these. ($495)
Yellow Bucket Hat


Rope hats? So 2020. Protect your skin and add some swag to your look with this yellow bucket hat. ($39)

Teddy Bear


Spruce up any couch or bed with this Masters-printed teddy bear. ($39.50)

Dog Collar and Leash


You can’t go to the Masters and not get something for the good boy or girl at home. (Collar $17, leash $19)

Needle Point Belt


Needle point belts are nothing special. But a needle point belt from Augusta National? That will take your khakis and quarter zip from drab to fab. ($175)

Gold Tumbler


Coffee just tastes better out of a Masters tumbler. And even better if it’s gold and sparkly. ($32)

Baby Onesie


Get your future patron started in Masters fandom early with this adorable baby caddie onesie. ($25)

Augusta National Women’s Amateur Gear


Everyone that’s ever been to the Masters rocks Masters gear…stand out and show your support for the women’s game with some swag from the Augusta National Women’s Amateur. (Key chain $9; Coffee mug $16; Flag $25)



You can’t leave Augusta National without this, gnome matter what. The gnomes are a gnew item that ANGC has been rolling out and they are flying off the shelves. Last year with a November Masters, it was a Santa gnome but this year, he’s dressed as a patron. What’s in store for 2022? We’re gnot sure, but get this one while you can. ($49.50)


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