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Long-sleeve Mickelson shirts on sale to public

Phil Mickelson at the 2018 Players Championship.
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Golf fans who want to emulate Phil Mickelson's latest on-course fashion look now have their chance.

Shirt manufacturer Mizzen + Main is offering shirts to the general public from the Phil Mickelson Collection, according to a Sports Business Daily report. The long-sleeve, button-down shirts come complete with Mickelson's "jump" logo on the cuff that recalls his pose moments after winning the 2004 Masters.

Mickelson turned heads when he first debuted the shirts earlier this year at Augusta National, but at The Players Championship he revealed that he had inked an endorsement deal that also made him an "equity holder" in the shirt company. He has not worn the long-sleeve option since missing the cut at TPC Sawgrass, but wore a short-sleeve button-down model last week at the Memorial Tournament.

According to the report, the company will feature "pop-up shops" with items from the Mickelson collection in both Atlanta and Fort Worth. Mickelson is in Memphis this week at the FedEx St. Jude Classic before turning his attention to the U.S. Open.

While the report did not note the price of Mickelson collection apparel, other shirts on the company's site sell for $125.