Patrons who had tickets for the 2020 Masters Tournament and 2020 Augusta National Women’s Amateur will have exclusive online shopping access for Masters merchandise in early November.
According to an email sent to patrons, special access to signature items, including expertly crafted apparel, unique collectibles and one-of-a-kind gifts will be available on the online Masters Patron Shop. Patrons will have the opportunity to place two orders during the shopping experience.
Patrons will receive additional emails in coming weeks on when they will be able to access the online store.
This is the first time in Masters Tournament history that merchandise is being sold online after the tournament was postponed and later announced no patrons will be allowed.
Patrons who attend the tournament have access to a wide variety of souvenirs from stands located on the grounds, including a main merchandise building near the main concessions area. A new golf shop was revealed during the 2018 Masters Tournament.
In August, Augusta National Chairman Fred Ridley announced the 2020 Masters would be staged without patrons or guests due to the risks associated of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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