He has decided to wear all white to celebrate the essence of the season's first and arguably most famous major championship.
Annmarie Dodd of The Khaki Crusader, said: "One outfit for one tournament. I think this may be a first. It's certainly the first I've ever heard of in modern golf."
His all-white outfit will also include his gloves and shades that have been sponsored by famous golf clothing and accessories manufacturer, Ping.
Watson will be making his third appearance at Augusta National this year and his long-hitting style is expected to work well.
The lefty has been making steady progress as a professional and came close to landing his first major last year when he was narrowly beaten at the US PGA by current world number one Martin Kaymer in a playoff.