The most celebrated golfers of the 20th century are captured together in this magnificent one-of-a-kind golf signature collectible collage. Presented are the authentic signatures of Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, Ben Hogan, Gene Sarazen, Byron Nelson, and Sam Sneed. All elite players, these men amassed record Masters and PGA titles, elevated and progressed the game of golf, and captivated the attention and admiration of generations of fans.
This collage includes an inscribed Arnold Palmer photograph, an inscribed Jack Nicklaus photograph, a Ben Hogan signed Augusta National Golf Club scorecard, a Gene Sarazen signed photograph, a Byron Nelson signed photograph, and a Sam Sneed signed photograph.
One of the most recognizable names in golf, Arnold Palmer left both a professional and social impression on the sport. Palmer won 62 PGA Tours, to include 4 Masters titles. His charismatic personality captivated the era’s rapidly growing television audience, helping to launch the game's popularity to unprecedented levels.
Highly respected for his calculating mind and collected demeanor in the face of frustration and victory, Jack Nicklaus is beloved throughout the golf community. His talent was apparent from an early age and by the end of his career, he had won 6 Green Jackets and a total of 20 major championships, to include 2 U.S. Amateurs titles.
With a relentless dedication to the game, Ben Hogan is considered the game’s best ball striker, winning 9 Majors and 69 professional titles. He had a profound influence on golf swing theory and is one of only five players to have won all four majors, despite only playing the Open Championship once.
Gene Sarazen became a professional golfer at only 19 and won his second Masters with a final round double eagle on the 15th to become the first person to ever win the career professional Grand Slam. Credited with inventing the sand wedge, he won 7 Majors and 31 PGA Tour events in his career.
In 1945, Byron Nelson won 11 straight golf tournaments, a record that still stands today. In his career, Nelson won 5 Majors and 47 PGA Tours. He was known for his fluid swing and dominated the sport in the late 1930s and 1940s.
Sam Snead spent 50 years as an active competitor, and was nicknamed “The Slammer” for his powerful and athletic shot-making. Snead was one of golf’s biggest stars, winning 13 Majors and 82 PGA Tournaments.
Arnold Palmer Signed photograph: Photo of the champion golfer, signed and inscribed in black felt tip, "To Bob, Best Wishes, Arnold Palmer" In overall very fine condition. Photograph measures 10" H x 8" W.
Jack Nicklaus Signed Photograph: Photo of the champion golfer, signed and inscribed in black felt tip, "To Bob, Best of Luck, Jack Nicklaus." In overall very fine condition. Photograph measures 10" H x 8" W.
Ben Hogan Signed Scorecard and Photograph: Augusta National Golf Club scorecard, signed by Masters champion Ben Hogan. Signed “Ben Hogan” in black felt tip. Signature is legible. Card in good condition. Paired with a photograph of Ben Hogan at the 1950 US Open, Merion Golf Club. Photograph measures 8" H x 10" W.
Gene Sarazen Signed Photograph: A photo of golfer Gene Sarazen and his wife posing with a golf club on board the Mauretania on arrival in the UK, in June of 1924. Photograph is signed in black felt tip "Gene Sarazen" in lower right corner. In overall fine condition. Photograph measures 8" H x 10" W
Byron Nelson Signed Photograph: A photo of golfer Byron Nelson mid-swing, signed in black felt tip "Byron Nelson" at lower left. In overall fine condition. Photograph measures 10" H x 8" W.
Sam Snead Signed Photograph: A photo of golfer Sam Snead mid-swing, signed in black felt tip "Sam Snead" at bottom left. In overall fine condition. Photograph measures 10" H x 8" W.
The signed photographs and signed scorecard are framed in a custom archival frame, with acid-free matting, green linen top mat, UV Plexiglas, a descriptive plaque, and a black wooden frame. Framed Dimensions: 39 1/4" H x 41" W x 1 1/2" D.