Bubba goes for a third Masters in G/FORE
Bubba Watson will be hunting a third Masters title this week and will be adding G/FORE colour and style to Augusta National.
The two-time Masters champion is gunning for a third green jacket and will go for one of golf’s most coveted titles wearing the innovative fashion brand G/FORE, founded by Mossimo Giannulli.
Watson is bidding to repeat his Masters successes of 2012 and 2014 and the 38-year-old Floridian is sure to catch the eye as he showcases the range of G/FORE gloves and shoes.
The big-hitting left-hander will capture the spring mood in yellow as he wears the Fly glove when he kicks off his quest for the title, coupled with a Tuxedo Gallivanter shoe.
His favoured pink driver will be given an extra shot of colour on Sunday with a Blossom glove, while the Crusader shoes should also put him on a firm footing if he finds himself in the running.
The G/FORE brand was created by fashion-industry pioneer Giannulli – founder of the billion-dollar clothing company Mossimo Inc – in 2011 after he became frustrated in his search for colourful and functional golf gloves.
Club golfers can lay their hands on the G/FORE collection of gloves and shoes at selected pro shops up and down the country, while the products are also available at a choice of premium online retailers.
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