PICTURES: Oosthuizen and Grace's Masters wardrobe

2019-04-09 14:49
Louis Oosthuizen
Louis Oosthuizen (Getty Images)

Cape Town - It's Masters week!

Augusta National draws not only the world's best golfers, but also golf's largest audience, which makes it the perfect opportunity for the 87-man field to show off the latest fashion trends.

South African duo Louis Oosthuizen and Branden Grace will be dressed by American luxury lifestyle brand, Peter Millar.

Oosthuizen is the highest ranked South African golfer in the field and has to be considered among the favourites to win following his recent good form.

The 2010 Open champion's best finish at Augusta came in 2012, when he lost on the second in a playoff against Bubba Watson.

Meanwhile, Grace will be hoping to improve on his Masters record, as he has only made three cuts out of his eight tournament starts.

Grace, who is tipped as the next South African to win a major, best finish came in his debut Masters tournament, where he ended T17 in 2013.

There will be six South Africans competing in this year's first Major: Oosthuizen, Grace, Justin Harding, Charl Schwartzel, Trevor Immelman and amateur Jovan Rebula.

The Par-3 Contest gets underway on Wednesday (21:00 SA time) with the opening round of the Masters set for Thursday.

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