CURTIS N. STRANGE - TYPESCRIPT SIGNED - HFSID 204581
CURTIS STRANGE Curtis Strange signs a typescript about his career highlights on a card in black ink. Typescript signed: "Curtis Strange", 6x4 card. Typed caption: "*Curtis Strange*/Won Consecutive U. S.
Sale Price $108.00
Curtis Strange signs a typescript about his career highlights on a card in black ink.
Typescript signed: "Curtis Strange", 6x4 card. Typed caption: "*Curtis Strange*/Won Consecutive U. S. Open Titles/1988 and 1989/First Player To Win $1 Million In/One Year- 1988" Curtis Strange, born in 1955, is an American professional golfer who won two consecutive U.S. Opens and was on five Ryder Cup teams. Strange began golfing at an early age. He won the Virginia Junior Championship at age 15 and then earned the Arnold Palmer Scholarship to play golf at Wake Forest University, whom he led to NCAA titles in 1974 and 1975. He went pro in 1976 and won his first Tour event in 1979, at the Pensacola Open. Strange won four tournaments, including the U.S. Open, in 1988. He also became the first golfer to earn $1 million in single-season winnings that year. He repeated his win at the U.S. open in 1988. He didn't win again on the PGA Tour after 1989 and eventually left to become a TV golf analyst. He returned to professional golf on the Champions Tour in 2005. Fine condition.
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