Get the low down on the ultra limited edition Nike Magnolia Pack with three key products available for you to purchase on Masters Friday - 6th April at 4pm BST.

Nike Magnolia Pack | Masters Week 2018

Nike Golf have just revealed a trio of limited edition products which have been launched to celebrate the first major of the season in true Nike fashion.


The Nike "Magnolia Pack" is inspired by the iconic florals which are associated with Augusta National. This white, grey and black floral print features on each of the three products with Magnolia pink accents offering the perfect finish. The two key footwear silhouettes for 2018 are included in the pack, while a matching Classic 99 Snapback cap will also become available later this week.

Nike Magnolia Pack | Lunar Control Vapor 2

The lead style from the pack is the flagship Nike Golf Shoe style for 2018 - the Lunar Control Vapor 2. This particular style is currently worn on tour by the likes of Rory McIlroy and is scripted to be worn by some leading Nike athletes at some point during the Masters this week.


The Nike Lunar Control Vapor 2 golf shoes have already been a huge success so far in 2018. A marked improvement upon the original version brings a relocation of the enlarged Swoosh - now placed at the side and instep of the shoe rather than at the toe. The same "Articulated Integrated Traction" green-friendly technology features on the outsole and provides outstanding grip and performance in all conditions, while Lunarlon cushioning now runs the full length of the midsole.

If you remember the original "quick strike" camo colour way which landed around October last year, then you'll know precisely how popular these limited edition Lunar Control Vapor 2 golf shoes will be this time around. Move fast if you want to secure a pair!

Nike Magnolia Pack | Roshe Golf Shoes

To accompany the LCV2, Nike Golf have also produced the iconic Roshe G silhouette in the Magnolia print edition. This spikeless hybrid shoe has been one of the most in-demand footwear styles of the year and has even been worn on tour by the likes of Thomas Pieters & Kyle Stanley.


Our style team have dubbed the Nike Roshe G as the "best second pair of golf shoes" you could wish for, thanks to the outstanding comfort and versatility on offer. The flexible upper mimics that of the iconic Roshe sneaker, while the pressure mapped outsole is durable yet soft enough to wear on any hard surfaces off the golf course.

Super unique and great value - we don't expect these Roshe golf shoes to be around for long either...

Nike Magnolia Pack | Classic 99 Cap

The final element of the Nike Magnolia Pack comes in the shape of the Classic 99 Snapback golf cap. We love the look of this style which lends itself to wearing both on and off the golf course with ease, injecting a little bit of Summer into any outfit.


The Classic 99 silhouette features a curved brim with the lightweight Aerobill technology, while the moisture wicking sweatband ensures maximum comfort. The iconic Swoosh logo is featured in the Magnolia Pink colour way, while the snapback adjustment also follows suit.

Nike Magnolia Pack | Par 3 Contest

Nike Golf have revealed that many of their athletes will wear the above trio of products at the Masters 2018. This includes the Par 3 contest - where many players will opt to wear the spikeless Roshe G with the floral print.

It's worth noting that there will be a series of different Magnolia designs exclusively available for the players to wear throughout the week - but only the three mentioned products are available in a full retail capacity.

Nike Magnolia Pack | Buy Online

You can get your hands on any of the three Nike Magnolia edition products online at Golfposer. The official release date is Friday 6th April at 4pm BST - so be prepared at this time to avoid missing out.

Golfposer is the home of tour looks worn by the very top athletes on the PGA & European Tours. Of course, this extends to the Masters and you can be sure that our style team will keep you abreast of the very latest outfits worn at Augusta in 2018.