Remember Danny Willett playing the final round of last year’s Masters in all white, and then on his final putt removing his sweater to unveil a green shirt underneath? It was an Augusta-inspired outfit perfectly suiting the moment as this white knight from England came dashing in to steal away the green jacket from Jordan Spieth.
This year, most top players have their Masters gear scripted in hopes of looking good while en route to winning the year’s first major.
Rickie Fowler is going with camo design for round one, complete with a matching bag, shoes, hat and shirt.
Jordan Spieth’s march to Masters redemption will feature a lot of blue and gray. He wore a light blue shirt and white pants during his final round last year, but also had success with blue the year prior when he won with a navy shirt and white pants.
Justin Thomas loves to wear pink, a nice match for the azaleas.
Dustin Johnson will get a taste of green, magenta, silver and dark blue as he attempts to win his fourth start in a row.
Sergio García’s bid for that elusive major championship will feature a lot of magenta except for the final day when he is wearing green and white.
If Jason Day were to win on Sunday, it would make Gary Player proud. He plans on wearing a black shirt, pants and hat.
Rory’s script is focused on several different shades of red, accompanied with black, silver and white.