You can now wear Jack Nicklaus’ Masters win

Credit: David Tulis

Credit: David Tulis

“Yes sir!”

What better way than to recall Jack Nicklaus’ sixth win at Augusta National than with a fresh pair of socks?

Sock maker Stance has immortalized the birde putt on the 17th hole at Augusta National Golf Club that sealed Nicklaus’ win at the 1986 Masters Tournament.

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The design of the sock takes cues from Nicklaus’ outfit that April day and uses the imagery of Nicklaus waving his club aloft as the ball rolls in.

They are described as:

In 1986, 46-year-old Jack Nicklaus, also known as "The Golden Bear," was playing for his sixth Masters victory, 18th major title, and 73rd PGA tour win. The Jack Nicklaus Masters sock commemorates an 18-foot birdie putt on hole 17, which capped an eagle-birdie-birdie run, giving Nicklaus the lead, and ultimately, the Masters win. The sock features the legendary image of Nicklaus raising his putter in celebration on the 17th hole, along with the golden bear logo embroidery on the ankle. Celebrate the greatest golfer of all time with the Jack Nicklaus Masters crew sock.

Manufacturer Stance is the official sock bearer for the NBA. These socks retail for $18.

(“Yes sir” was broadcaster Verne Lundquist’s call.)

The 2018 Masters Tournament runs April 5 to April 8.