SKIP (STEWART MURRAY) ALEXANDER JR. - AUTOGRAPHED INSCRIBED PHOTOGRAPH - HFSID 283662
STEWART "SKIP" ALEXANDER Inscribed photo, finishing an iron shot Photograph inscribed and signed: "To Jimmy/Lots of Luck/Skip Alexander". . B/w 7¾x10.
Sale Price $467.50
STEWART "SKIP" ALEXANDER Inscribed photo, finishing an iron shot Photograph inscribed and signed: "To Jimmy/Lots of Luck/Skip Alexander". . B/w 7¾x10. Stewart Murray "Skip" Alexander (1918-1997) led Duke to 3 Southern Conference collegiate golf titles before turning pro in 1941 and joining the PGA Tour in 1946. He won 3 PGA events. In 1950, he was the lone survivor of a plane crash, burned over 70% of his body. After 17 operations, including one giving him a fixed grip on a golf club, he returned to play. In the 1951 Ryder Cup, paired against British champion John Panton and given no chance to win, he won the match - both hands bleeding - by the widest margin in Ryder Cup history. Corners and edges slightly worn and soiled. Otherwise, fine condition.
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