Jon Rahm has had quite a year, these are his impressive looking outfits for Masters week and how you can buy the attire. By Lewis Blain.
Jon Rahm US Masters Outfits 2018
The Spaniard will be making just his second appearance at the US Masters at Augusta National and he will want to look the part if he wants to follow up on his CareerBuilder Challenge earlier this year.
The world number three will have a green and navy theme to the week, which is no surprise but will close on Sunday should he make it as he always does - in red.
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Round One - Thursday
Rahm will tee off on Thursday in the hi-res green and grey Heather Blocked Polo.
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Round Two - Friday
Sticking with the green theme, Rahm will be wearing the hi-res green 3-Stripes Polo.
This is a polo that offers a soft and lightweight fabric as well as moisture wicking technology and UPF 50+ protection from the sun.
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Round Three - Saturday
Rahm will go back to the Heather Blocked Polo should he make the cut. A different colour of noble indigo and grey this time.
Round Four - Sunday
The 23-year-old will wear red on the closing day. The climacool Jacquard Raglan Polo gives him comfort through its zonal ventilation which helps with his unique swing.
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Elliott Heath is our News Editor and has been with Golf Monthly since early 2016 after graduating with a degree in Sports Journalism. He manages the Golf Monthly news, features, courses and travel sections as well as our large Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages. He covered the 2022 Masters from Augusta National as well as four Open Championships on-site including the 150th at St Andrews. His first Open was in 2017 at Royal Birkdale, when he walked inside the ropes with Jordan Spieth during the Texan's memorable Claret Jug triumph. He has played 35 of our Top 100 golf courses, with his favourites being both Sunningdales, Woodhall Spa, Western Gailes, Old Head and Turnberry. He has been obsessed with the sport since the age of 8 and currently plays at West Byfleet Golf Club in Surrey, where his handicap index floats anywhere between 2-5. His golfing highlights are making albatross on the 9th hole on the Hotchkin Course at Woodhall Spa, shooting an under-par round, playing in the Aramco Team Series on the Ladies European Tour and making his one and only hole-in-one at the age of 15 - a long time ago now!
Elliott is currently playing:
Driver: Titleist TSR4
3 wood: Titleist TSi2 HL
Irons: Mizuno MP-H4 3-iron, Mizuno MP5 4-PW
Wedges: Cleveland RTX ZipCore 50, 54, 58
Putter: Odyssey White Hot OG #5
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