There’s no time like Masters week to break the bank on cool, Augusta National-themed gear. To celebrate the most anticipated major of the year, here are the nine most expensive items from the Masters merchandise center.
A limited-edition item is always a good choice when it comes to buying Masters merchandise. This collection of coins commemorates Arnold Palmer‘s four Masters wins. Just 750 sets of these coins exist, and all proceeds go straight to Arnie’s Army Charitable Foundation.
A leather green-and-yellow golf bag that doesn’t actually say “Masters” but exudes its spirit.
This is an example of Masters merchandise suitable for young and old alike! Cooperstown Bears are always custom and always handmade, and just 200 of these 2019 Masters-edition bears exist.
Bring the smells of Augusta into your home for a slightly-stiff price.
Made with leather and nylon, we’re told this piece of Masters merchandise is flying off the shelf.
A set of green-and-yellow leather head covers that are branded with the Masters logo.
Michael Aram has partnered with the Masters for a number of years to create a collection of unique, beautifully-designed products that come with a hefty price tag.
Because who wouldn’t want to be reminded of the Masters during work hours?
A plate for your “trinkets” that’ll cost you nearly $100.
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