Masters scripting: What the top players will be wearing at Augusta

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Tiger Woods is back near peak form, Phil Mickelson is winning golf tournaments again, and with the young core on the PGA Tour as good as it's ever been, this year's Masters is arguably the most hyped ever.

While it's fun to debate whether Woods or Mickelson can cheat Father Time and add another green jacket to their respective trophy cases, this is not the place to do so.

This is the spot for thoughtful discussion of serious topics like, "What is everyone going to be wearing this week at Augusta?"

Here's a quick look at what the top guys will be sporting around the famed course this week.

Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy, Jason Day

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The stable of Nike golfers - there's 17 of them in the field - will wear dark polos Thursday before opting for lighter shades Friday to signify the calm before the storm. After wearing blue Saturday, it will be pink for the final round Sunday to match the magnolias in full bloom at Augusta. Don't expect there to be 17 golfers from Nike in pink, however, as it's probably a safe bet that Woods will be rocking his familiar Sunday red coming down the stretch.

Jordan Spieth

The 2015 Masters champion returns to Augusta this year with a very similar style to the 2017 tournament. The Under Armour star will sport a variety of colors throughout the four days with the Threadborne Polo and Microthread Tapered pants. He will also be rocking his signature Spieth 2 shoe in various color combinations.

Rickie Fowler

While he might not wear his ambitious color choices of old, Fowler is still among the most creative dressers on the PGA Tour. His clothes at Augusta this year may trend on the more conservative side, but once again he's debuting a new Puma shoe that is sure to turn some heads, the Ignite PWRADAPT Hi-Top.

Dustin Johnson

When your game is as loud as Johnson's, you can afford to be more conservative with your style, as evidenced by the world No. 1's style at Augusta. Sunday's striped polo is something new for the 33-year-old, and could look quite sharp with a green jacket sliding over top.

Sergio Garcia

He might not be wearing the green jacket during the event, but the defending champion will be clad in some form of the color over the first three days of play. Garcia will sport different shades of green polos over the opening two rounds, with a striped pattern Saturday, before opting for a navy look Sunday.

Justin Thomas

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