Masters of fashion

The Masters Tournament is <a href='http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2020501-the-masters-green-jacket-is-as-historic-as-the-golfing-greats-who-wear-it' target='_blank'>synonymous with the green jacket awarded to each year's winner</a>, but that hasn't stopped some of golf's greatest players from sporting their own stand-out looks at Augusta National Golf Club.<!-- -->
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</br>Walter Hagen, who won his first professional major in 1914, had a particular panache -- he traveled by limousine and favored snazzy clothes and two-toned shoes. Hagen won 11 professional major championships. Click through the gallery to see more fashion icons.

The Masters Tournament is synonymous with the green jacket awarded to each year's winner, but that hasn't stopped some of golf's greatest players from sporting their own stand-out looks at Augusta National Golf Club.

Walter Hagen, who won his first professional major in 1914, had a particular panache -- he traveled by limousine and favored snazzy clothes and two-toned shoes. Hagen won 11 professional major championships. Click through the gallery to see more fashion icons.