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  1. Gary Player Autographed Putt for the Win Photo

    Gary Player Autographed Putt for the Win Photo

    $249.99
    Gary Player had already captured a career Grand Slam as well as six major championships overall when he began the 1974 PGA Tour season. After capturing the Masters Tournament title in April, he went into the British Open at Royal Lytham & St. Annes Golf Club – the 103rd edition of the Open Championship – as one of the favorites, along with Jack Nicklaus, Lee Trevino and Johnny Miller. Player tied for the first-round lead then never... Learn More
  2. Shanshan Feng Autographed “Shanghai City Skyline” 30 x 24

    Shanshan Feng Autographed “Shanghai City Skyline” 30 x 24

    $299.99
    Born in Guangzhou in the province of Guangdong on the South China Sea coast, Shanshan Feng has always held a great deal of pride in her homeland. She left China as a teenager without knowing much English after being offered a scholarship to attend Gary Gilchrist’s junior golf academy in Hilton Head, South Carolina. She turned pro in 2007 and joined the LPGA Tour in ’08. When she first earned her Tour card after her impressive showing in the... Learn More
  3. Gary Player Autographed Up Close & Personal 20x24 Canvas

    Gary Player Autographed Up Close & Personal 20x24 Canvas

    $224.99
    When considering the top golfers to ever swing a club, the great equalizer is major championships won. While some golfers win their share of PGA tournaments, the mark of greatness for the sport is measured mostly in terms of how many majors won. With a career that saw him win at least 165 total tournaments, it was the nine majors that made Gary Player one of the greatest golfers of all time. Before him, only Ben Hogan and Gene Sarazen won the... Learn More
  4. Gary Player Autographed Black Knight Hat

    Gary Player Autographed Black Knight Hat

    $299.99
    At the 1984 PGA Championship, a 48-year-old Gary Player nearly became the oldest golfer to win a major. He finished second to Lee Trevino, but it still went to prove that his years of fitness and diet helped him defy father time. He finished his amazing career with nine major wins and a career Grand Slam. One of the most popular golf course designers still to this day, Player parlayed his success to become one of the top athlete entrepreneurs... Learn More
  5. Gary Player Autographed Victory Celebration Photo

    Gary Player Autographed Victory Celebration Photo

    $249.99
    The 1978 Masters Tournament went down as one of the most epic performances in Gary Player’s impressive career. He sat tied for 10th place heading into the final round but surpassed the leaderboard with a 30 on the back nine. His final feat on the day was 15-foot birdie on the 18th hole that gave him the lead heading into the clubhouse. His elation is captured here in this black and white image. The South African native watched the remaining... Learn More
  6. Shanshan Feng Autographed “Guangzhou City Skyline” 30 x 24

    Shanshan Feng Autographed “Guangzhou City Skyline” 30 x 24

    $299.99
    Along the coast of the South China Sea sits the city of Guangzhou. This is where Shanshan Feng was born and where she started playing golf with her father at the age of 10. At a young age she would spend a couple hours at the driving range every day during the week while spending weekends playing practice rounds at courses outside of the city. She eventually started winning, capturing three consecutive China Junior Championships before... Learn More
  7. Gary Player Autographed & Inscribed ’65 Fist Pump Photo

    Gary Player Autographed & Inscribed ’65 Fist Pump Photo

    $249.99
    The 1965 U.S. Open was legendary for many reasons. Gary Player owned a three-stroke lead over Kel Nagle heading into the final round, but on the 18th hole, Player’s 28-foot putt fell four inches short. An 18-hole playoff ensued Monday in which Player captured the title with a three-stroke win. The emotions ran deep for Player as the South African-born golfer became the first international winner of the U.S. Open in 38 years. The victory gave... Learn More
  8. Shanshan Feng Autographed “Art of the Swing” 36 x 15

    Shanshan Feng Autographed “Art of the Swing” 36 x 15

    $299.99
    While she may not compete for longest drive on the LPGA Tour, Shanshan Feng is annually among the leaders in driving accuracy. She hits nearly every fairway thanks to her impressive combination of focus, technique and control. This designed sequence piece of one of her classic drives off the tee is the latest in Upper Deck Authenticated’s line of “Art of …” that has featured some of the finest athletes in the world. In golf, UDA has produced... Learn More
  9. Gary Player Autographed Black Knight Photo

    Gary Player Autographed Black Knight Photo

    $224.99
    Throughout his brilliant career Gary Player was never afraid to speak his mind. Retirement hasn’t changed one of the greatest golfers in history. His opinions are frank, and more than once he stood up for what he believed was right. That, coupled with the fact he can often be seen wearing all black on the golf course, earned him the nickname The Black Knight. He is also a champion of fitness for athletes. At the age of 80, he still tees off... Learn More
  10. Shanshan Feng Autographed “Jenny Money” 8 x 10 Image With Titleist Pro V1X Golf Ball

    Shanshan Feng Autographed “Jenny Money” 8 x 10 Image With Titleist Pro V1X Golf Ball

    $249.99
    Behind the intense mental toughness on the course belies one of the most fun-loving and engaging personalities in professional sports. Shanshan Feng is known on the LPGA tour for her talent as much as her likability. Known as a course fashion risk-taker, she is renowned for wearing colorful clothing, including cow print pants. In order to distinguish herself from fellow Chinese golfer Jing Yan at the 2016 UL International Crown, Feng nicknamed... Learn More
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