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JERRY PATE - AUTOGRAPHED INSCRIBED PHOTOGRAPH - HFSID 147775

JERRY PATE B/w photograph by Wilson Sporting Goods of golfer Jerry Pate, winner of the 1976 U. S. Open, watching his ball flight. Signed with "Best of luck!". Inscribed photograph signed "To Joel,/Best of luck!/Jerry Pate" in red ink.

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Condition: lightly creased, otherwise fine condition
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JERRY PATE
B/w photograph by Wilson Sporting Goods of golfer Jerry Pate, winner of the 1976 U. S. Open, watching his ball flight. Signed with "Best of luck!".
Inscribed photograph signed "To Joel,/Best of luck!/Jerry Pate" in red ink. B/w, 7¾x9¾ overall, 5¾x8¼ image, one surface. Captioned: "Jerry Pate/ADVISORY STAFF/MEMBER/Wilson/Sporting Goods Co." American golfer Pate, born in 1953, had a bang-up amateur career, winning the 1974 U. S. Amateur Championship and playing on the winning American teams in the 1975 Walker Cup and Eisenhower Trophy. He was low amateur at the U. S. Open in 1975, the year he turned pro, and he came back in 1976 to win the U. S. Open as a pro. Pate has since notched 15 professional wins, with a total of eight on the PGA Tour. An award-winning golf course designer, he's worked on over 30 projects including Kiva Dunes and Limestone Springs in Alabama, which have placed in the Top 100 American public golf courses numerous times. He was also a color commentator for ABC, CBS and the BBC in the 1990s. Lightly creased and bowed. Siganture has low contrast in places but is legible. Otherwise in fine condition.

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