TIGER WOODS - MAGAZINE COVER SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: FRED COUPLES, BRAD FAXON, JAY HAAS, JIM FURYK, RETIEF GOOSEN, RICH BEEM, CHRIS DIMARCO, JERRY KELLY, LEN MATTICE - HFSID 265221
TIGER WOODS, JIM FURYK, FRED COUPLES, RICH BEEM, CHRIS DiMARCO, BRAD FAXON, RETIEF GOOSEN, JAY HAAS, JERRY KELLY and LEN MATTICE Woods and 9 other golf champions sign the program cover of the American Express Championship (2003).
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TIGER WOODS, JIM FURYK, FRED COUPLES, RICH BEEM, CHRIS DiMARCO, BRAD FAXON, RETIEF GOOSEN, JAY HAAS, JERRY KELLY and LEN MATTICE
Woods and 9 other golf champions sign the program cover of the American Express Championship (2003).
Program signed: "Tiger Woods", "Jim Furyk", "Len Mattices", "Love/Retief/Goosen", "Rich Beem", "J Haas", "Chris di Marco" and "Jerry Kelly" on color cover, 148 pages, 8¼x10¾. Woodstock, Georgia, 2003 September 30. Program for the American Express Championship, held at the Capital City Club, Crabapple Course, from September 30-October 5, 2003. Pictured on the cover are Woods, holding the Gene Sarazen Cup that he was awarded for winning the American Express Championship in Ireland in 2002, Darren Clarke, the winner of the 2003 NEC Invitational, and Shigeki Maruyama and Toshimitsu Izawa, who won the World Cup for Japan in Mexico in December 2002. Copiously illustrated. Full-color photographs accompany player biographies. DiMarco has written his name over Haas' signature. Mattice's signature is smudged, Beem's signature beaded but legible. Slightly creased, Woods' biography page dog-eared at upper right blank corner. Check marks (silver ink) on bio pages of signers. Fine condition. Accompanied by ticket, unsigned. Color, 3x6. Admission ticket for Tuesday, September 30. Slightly creased. String attached to grommet at upper blank margin. TIGER WOODS won this tournament by two strokes over Tim Herron, Stuard Appleby and Vijay Singh with a 274. The win was Woods' 52nd victory in the World Golf Championships and his seventh victory in 13 starts since the World Gold Championships began in 1999. At the time of this tournament, Woods, who had previously won the American Express Championship in 1999 and 2002, had won eight major PGA titles: the 1997, 2001 and 2002 Masters, the 1999 and 2000 PGA Championships, the 2000 and 2002 U.S. Open and the 2000 British Open. He had also racked up an impressive 24 additional PGA Tour titles and six international victories. South African RETIEF GOOSEN, the holder of 15 international titles and the winner of the 2001 U.S. Open, the 2001 World Cup and the 2002 BellSouth Classic, had the next best finish of these signers, placing eighth. FRED COUPLES, the winner of the 1992 Masters and holder of 14 PGA and five international titles at the time of this event, came in 10th. JIM FURYK, the winner of the 2003 U.S. Open and holder of eight other PGA titles and one international title, came in 12th. BRAD FAXON, the holder of seven PGA titles and one international title, was 17th, JERRY KELLY, the holder of two PGA tour titles, was 21st, JAY HAAS, the winner of nine PGA tournaments and one international title, was 55th, LEN MATTIACE , the winner of two PGA titles, was 58th, RICH BEEM, the 2002 PGA Champ and holder of two other PGA titles, was 63rd and CHRIS DiMARCO, the holder of three PGA titles, finished 71st in the field of 72. Two items.
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