ARNOLD PALMER - COLLECTION WITH LEE TREVINO, GARY PLAYER, CHI CHI (JUAN) RODRIGUEZ - HFSID 91332
Sale Price $1,275.00
GOLFERS: ARNOLD PALMER, GARY PLAYER, LEE TREVINO and CHI CHI
RODRIGUEZ. Comprises Golf Balls signed: (1) ARNOLD PALMER.
Dunlop 2 DDH III ball signed: "Arnold Palmer". Fine condition. (2)
GARY PLAYER. Spalding 1 XL ball signed: "Gary Player". Fine
condition. (3) LEE TREVINO. Wilson ProStaff 3 ball signed: "Lee
Trevino". Fine condition. (4) CHI CHI RODRIGUEZ. *HVC 100* 5 ball
signed: "'Chi Chi' Rodriguez". Stray ink marks. Fine condition. ARNOLD
PALMER, the first to capture four Masters titles (1958, 1960, 1962,
1964), made 48 consecutive Masters starts. He also competed in 19 international
tours, winning the British Open in 1961 and 1962. Palmer has had 60 wins
on the PGA Tour and 10 more on the Senior Tour. The first golfer to earn more
than $1,000,000 in PGA tournament money, Palmer is credited with
popularizing professional golf during the late 1950s and 1960s. His large
and enthusiastic following of fans became known as "Arnie's Army". South African
golfer GARY PLAYER won 24 PGA tournaments (1958-1978), including seven
majors. He won all four of the most prestigious events: the British
Open (1959, 1968, 1971, and 1974), the Masters (1961, 1978), the
PGA (1962-1971) and the U.S. Open (1965). LEE TREVINO, born
1939 and also known as "SuperMex", won 27 PGA tournaments, including six
major championships: the U.S. Open (1968, 1971), the British Open (1971,
1972) and the PGA Championship (1974, 1984). After joining the Senior Tour
(now the Champions Tour) in 1990, he surpassed his PGA totals, winning 29
tournaments. Also a member of seven Ryder Cup teams (and Captain of
the U.S. Ryder Cup team in 1985), Trevino was inducted into the PGA's World
Golf Hall of Fame in 1981. Puerto Rican golfer JUAN "CHI CHI"
RODRIGUEZ, one of the most popular figures in sports, had eight PGA Tour
victories (1963-1979) and won 22 senior (now Champions Tour)
tournaments (1986-1993). His charitable foundation has raised more than $5
million for children. Four items. Presented in Gallery of History pedestal
style: base, 18x10¾x1; balls in 2x2x2-inch cases.
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