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10 of the best finds in Masters-themed gear, apparel, and more



Masters week is finally upon us, and with it, a whole host of Masters-themed goodies has been released ahead of the year’s first major. Whether its gear related to Pimento Cheese sandwiches, Azaleas, Georgia peaches, or simply the event itself, here we showcase ten of the best products that have caught our eye ahead of the Masters.

Ted’s Famous Augusta Pimento

The famed secret recipe that is synonymous with the opening major of the year, which is dubbed “the caviar of the south”, is now available for delivery nationwide thanks to Finally you can now sit back and enjoy a pimento cheese sandwich and let the action unfold!

Azalea Pink Etiquette Polo

An ode to the azalea flowers which are so prevalent at springtime at Augusta National Golf Club. The shirt features no logo and contains a floral pattern under the buttons of the polo. Four-way stretch, quick-dry with antimicrobial material, the shirt is available to buy from and costs $68.

Classic Georgia – PATRON Koozie

A very affordable patron koozie that will keep your beer nice and cold as you enjoy the drama unfold and which will set you back just $5 from

G/FORE’S Limited Edition Grosgrain Gallivanter

G/FORE’s new shoe is unmistakable in its nod to the Masters, with its pops of pink and green decorating the classic look. The product boasts an ultra lightweight sole coupled with a bespoke cleat design for optimal on-course traction and costs $225 from

Masters Par 3 Macs

Mackenzie Golf Bags has created these very cool Par 3 Macs for Matt Kuchar, Gary Woodland and Matthew Fitzpatrick, which are essentially miniature versions of their tour bags with corporate sponsors and respective college logos in the pocket.

Devereux Masters/Augusta Hats

Devereux created these sweet Masters hats in alliance with New Era. There are plenty of various color codes to choose from, and the caps are available now at and will set you back $35.

2019 Masters Embroidered Golf Pin Flag

For the flag collectors out there, has you covered, offering these 2019 Masters Golf Pin flags for $54.99.

Masters Pink Dog Collar

Animal lovers out there can pick up this very cool looking Masters pink dog collar from The company provide a ton of different 2019 Masters related products that are well worth a browse, and this dog collar which costs $43.99 is just one of them.

Pimento Putter Covers

These pimento putter covers come in both mallet and blade styles. Leather made, the covers can be purchased in either green, white or red and feature Augusta National’s iconic pimento cheese sandwich throughout the cover. The covers can be bought at for $85.

7x 2019 Masters Golf Augusta GA 16oz Beer Glasses

Are you having a Masters party? Then this set of seven Masters 16oz beer glasses are perfect for you. Available on eBay, the set of seven beer glasses cost $28.99.

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Gianni is a freelance writer. He holds a Bachelor of Arts as well as a Diploma in Sports Journalism. He can be contacted at Follow him on Twitter @giannimosquito



  1. Geoffrey Holland

    Apr 8, 2019 at 7:49 pm

    Why are you guys promoting bootleg merchandise? I’m sure none of these people have the rights to use Augusta or the Masters on their products.

  2. B

    Apr 8, 2019 at 1:06 pm

    Don’t give any money to GFore

    • Am

      Apr 8, 2019 at 6:48 pm

      I’m also boycotting anything Mossimo related.
      F those people

      • the dude

        Apr 9, 2019 at 8:04 am

        in other news…..Mossimo is now the sponsor of the USC golf team…

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Forum Thread of the Day: “What has made it into your bag so far in 2019?”



Today’s Forum Thread of the Day discusses new equipment that has made it into the bags of our members so far in 2019. From new club additions to shaft changes, our members share the tweaks they have made so far this year and divulge what has been successful as well as what has failed to work for them.

Here are a few posts from the thread, but make sure to check out the entire discussion and have your say at the link below.

  • Jackal66: “Went from 816 DBD Alpha driver to M3. Changed Odyssey Fang putter to Scotty Cameron Newport putter. Bought a 56° wedge and it is competing with my 53° Diadic.”
  • ObiwanForAll: “Gone all in with TaylorMade clubs and UST shafts.”
  • macedan: “Successes- Ping G400 9*, thought the smaller head size may hamper my confidence, but It has performed beautifully. Mizuno ST180 16*, No words, performs as needed and looks absolutely sharp. Middle of the road- Ping G Crossover 21*, unfortunately, I fell into a swing slump across the bag not long after buying it. When my swing is on, it is one of my absolute favorites in the bag. My biggest complaint is just the appearance of the massive amount of offset.”
  • pollock21: “Been quite a year…TS3 knocked out my trusty G400 LST which was quite a feat. Now shafted with 130 Rogue Silver. I500 w/LZ 7.0 125’s experiment is on the way out. They’ve been excellent irons for me, but I just hit them obnoxiously long. Currently looking for my next set. Also dabbling with a hi-toe 60 to replace my trusty 60* Glide 2.0 stealth. So far, I’m loving it. Last change was putting in the copper spider x which knocked out my ketcsh and scotty newport 2.0.  Failed experiment so far with the flash sz fairway. Putting the trusty 16M2 back in the bag. Definitely moving on from the flash, I’m just not as consistent with it.”
  • shanx: “Took a lesson late spring and my ballstriking has improved. I ditched the Callaway X20 Pros, Cally X Forged ’07s, added Mizzy MP15s with C Taper Lites. Not sure if those shafts will work for me in the long run, but I am going to play them for a bit as I am still working on swing changes from the lesson. Rotating three drivers (2 Titleists and a Callaway Epic), thinking about going to get fit for my driver soon.”

Entire Thread: “What has made it into your bag so far in 2019?” 

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Whats in the Bag

Chez Reavie’s winning WITB: 2019 Travelers Championship



Driver: TaylorMade M2 2017 (9.5 degrees)
Shaft: Aldila Rogue Silver 125 M.S.I. 60 TX

3-wood: TaylorMade M5 (15 degrees)
Shaft: Aldila Rogue White Proto 70 TX

5-wood: TaylorMade M5 (19 degrees)
Shaft: Aldila Rogue White Proto 80 TX

Irons: TaylorMade P-790 (4-iron), TaylorMade P-750 (5-PW)
Shafts: KBS C-Taper Tour 120

Wedges: Titleist Vokey SM7 (50-08F, 54-08 M, 58-08 M)
Shafts: KBS C-Taper (50), KBS Hi-Rev 2.0 (54, 58)

Putter: Odyssey Works No. 7

Ball: Titleist Pro V1

Grips: Golf Pride Z Grip cord

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From the GolfWRX Vault: Essential tips, tricks, and tools for building clubs at home



In addition to continuing to look forward to new content that will serve and engage our readership, we also want to showcase standout pieces that remain relevant from years past. In particular, articles with a club building or instruction focus continue to deliver value and convey useful information well after their publish dates.

We want to make sure that once an article falls off the front page as new content is covered it isn’t relegated to the back pages of our website.

We hope that you’ll appreciate and find value in this effort, and the first article from the GolfWRX Vault is a perfect example of a piece that not only remains relevant and engaging, but one that the author still gets questions about and routinely refers readers to.

Ryan Barath, well before his time as a full-time WRX staffer, wrote “Building golf clubs at home: The essential tips, tricks, and tools” back in October of 2016.

In the piece, Barath discusses both the elements of setting up a shop in general and what he has done in his basement workspace in particular.

A taste of the piece.

One of the most important things about building clubs is doing it properly with the right tools, and doing it safely. After setting up up multiple build shops over the years, from small hobby shops to large multi-station build shops, having the opportunity to build my own home shop from the ground up was something I always looked forward to. My shop is in my basement, and because of the limited space, it was imperative to find as many space saving-solutions as possible.

Like many people with a hobby they are passionate about, I look forward to one day having a stand-alone garage for all of my tools (and maybe a hitting net), but for now my basement gets the job done. I’m lucky to have access to a much large machine shop where I do wedge grinding, finishing and sandblasting, which are all jobs that make a lot more noise and create a lot more dust. I can’t get away with doing those things in a confined space, but we’ll touch on that later.

Although not a tool, arguably the most important piece of equipment is the workbench. Having a quality workbench is needed because of the amount of abuse that it will take over its lifespan. Also, just like a great kitchen design, you need counter space and a good workbench provides that. Dropping a clubhead (especially a driver or fairway wood with nice paint job) can be costly. The next extension of the workbench is a good vice that has been properly attached to the bench with bolts. Like I’ve said in previous articles, I believe when you do something you should take the time to do it properly. I once saw a vice screwed into a workbench with 1.25-inch screws, and as soon as someone went to use the vice it ripped out and took a club with it.

Check out the full piece here. 

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