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Augusta National Golf Club (WFXG) -

Almost as popular as the golf play itself, buying souvenirs at the Masters is a trademark of the event.

The hats, shirts, and other logo apparel can only be purchased from the official shops inside Augusta National.

Many patrons are taking advantage of the smaller shopping stands throughout the course to avoid the long lines inside the main shop.

Polo shirts extend to $75 in price; you can score a tumbler cup or coffee mug for under $20.

 

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