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Ben Hogan Tribute Oakmont 1953

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This Authentic Golfing Memorabilia compilation includes a signed piece of artwork.

This item of Golfing Memorabilia includes a picture of Ben Hogan playing a golf shot, with his original signature in tribute to his win at the US Open in 1953 and his Triple Crown Achievement.

Hogan is widely acknowledged to have been among the greatest ball strikers ever to have played golf, and it is this aspect which has underpinned his modern reputation. Ben Hogan remains the only golfer in history to win the Masters, U.S. Open, and British Open in the same calendar year (1953). His 14-under par at the 1953 U.S. Masters set a record that stood for 12 years, and he remains one of just eight golfers to have recorded such a low score in the tournament

The frame is 1215 mm x 730 mm in size, with a modern leather finish to the frame, the compilation is protected behind a special clear plastic film.

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Ben Hogan – Swing Analysis

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This Authentic Golfing Memorabilia compilation includes the swing analysis of Ben Hogan

This item of Golfing Memorabilia includes a picture of Ben Hogan playing a golf shot, with his original signature and a 9 shot analysis of his swing.

Ben Hogan is widely acknowledged to have been among the greatest ball strikers ever to have played golf, and it is this aspect which has underpinned his modern reputation.

Hogan was known to practice more than any other golfer of his contemporaries and is said to have “invented practice”. On this matter, Hogan himself said, “You hear stories about me beating my brains out practicing, but… I was enjoying myself. I couldn’t wait to get up in the morning, so I could hit balls. When I’m hitting the ball where I want, hard and crisply, it’s a joy that very few people experience.” He was also one of the first players to match particular clubs to yardages, or reference points around the course such as bunkers or trees, in order to improve his distance control.

Hogan thought that an individual’s golf swing was “in the dirt” and that mastering it required plenty of practice and repetition. He is also known to have spent years contemplating the golf swing, trying a range of theories and methods before arriving at the finished method which brought him his greatest period of success

The frame is 840 mm x 610 mm in size, with a modern leather finish to the frame, the compilation is protected behind a special clear plastic film.

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Ben Hogan – Replica Cheque

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This item of Golfing Memorabilia is a picture of Ben Hogan

The frame is 650 mm x 470 mm in size, with a modern leather finish to the frame, the compilation is protected behind a special clear plastic film.

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Ben Hogan’s Famous Iron Shot

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This Golfing Picture item is a photograph of  Ben Hogan’s Famous Iron Shot

The frame is 730 mm x 620 mm in size, with a modern leather finish to the frame, the compilation is protected behind a special clear plastic film.

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‘First Major’

To some pros, Seminole beats Augusta as ‘first major’  By Adam Schupak   Is this like a first major? Since 2004, the Seminole Pro-Member has been played at the famed Donald Ross club on the Monday before Doral. After 54 consecutive years, the PGA Tour has said goodbye to Trump Doral and Miami. As for what some players, including Davis …

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Gary Player 1962 Masters

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This Golfing Picture is an image of Gary Player at the 1962 Masters Championship

This golfing picture shows Gary playing a fairway iron shot at the 1962 Masters Championship.

Gary Player is one of the most successful golfers in the history of the sport, ranking third in total professional wins, with at least 166, and tied for fourth in major championship victories with nine. Along with Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus he is often referred to as one of  “The Big Three” golfers of his era from the late 1950s through the late 1970s. Along with Gene Sarazen, Ben Hogan, Jack Nicklaus, and Tiger Woods, he is one of only five players to win golf’s “career Grand Slam”. He completed the Grand Slam in 1965 at the age of twenty-nine. Player was the second multi-time majors winner from South Africa, following Bobby Locke.

This image is framed in a 665 mm x 656 mm thin wood finished frame, the compilation is protected behind a special clear plastic film. There are a variety of size and frame options.