Oakley 2014 Masters Scripting for Bubba Watson and Zach Johnson

Oakley is slowly making a name for itself as a golf apparel provider, and they took a huge step in the right direction by signing former Masters Champions Bubba Watson and Zach Johnson to their roster recently. Here is a look at what their two big players will be wearing next week at Augusta National.


Bubba’s wardrobe will alternate between solid colors and patterns throughout the week, beginning with a bright Ellis Polo and striped Turnpin Pant ensemble on Thursday. He’ll also sport a reversible leather belt and the Carbon Pro 2 golf shoes.

On Friday, Bubba switches to a striped Lyons Polo matched with a grey Take Pant 3.0. Saturday’s outfit is more subdued and features a navy blue Ashland Polo and a white Take Pant 3.0 style. Sunday switches back to stripes with a sleek Delta Polo matched with dark blue pants.


Similar to Bubba, Zach Johnson’s wardrobe finds a balance between solid colors and patterned styles. Thursday’s blue Fitten Polo goes nicely with off-white pants (Take Pant 3.0) while Friday switches to a striped Aumond Polo and dark blue pants. Saturday and Sunday feature solid colored polos (Elemental 2.0 and Downing, respectively) with differing hues of blue. Johnson will also sport Oakley’s new Fast Jacket 3.0 sunglasses throughout the week.

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