(2017 Masters Tickets

The Brand Behind the Player

A win at Augusta is one of golf's most prized possesions. For the player, it's an entrance into the most prestigious clubs in the world, for the brand, it's a marketing miracle. Click the arrows to see the brand's behind each Masters winner of the 2000s.

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A Feast for Few -

Since setting the table on April 4, 1952 the Champions Dinner menu falls on the shoulders of the tournament's previous champ (including the bill). Use the arrows to find your favorite menu.









The Jacket

In 1949, as an attempt to identify "knowledgeable" club members to visitors and signal the wait staff as to who would get the dinner bill, Augusta's iconic green jacket was born.

  • StyleThree-button, single-breasted & center-vented
  • MaterialTropical-weight wool (2.5 yds)
  • The Green Pantone 342
  • Cost to Make$250
  • Time to MakeOne Month

Winningest Brands of the 2000s

As one of the PGA Tour's most prestigious tournaments, The Masters Tournament in Augusta is also prestigious to the many brands of golf. Golf gear companies like Titleist and Nike have put their name behind players for decades, every year hoping for the same thing; their logo alongside the coveted Green Jacket, brand exposure gold. Click a tab to see what brand of gear performed the best in the 2000s.


Money Ball

Wins Winnings

In the Bag

Wins Winnings
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