TOM WEISKOPF - COLLECTION WITH FUZZY ZOELLER, JOHNNY MILLER, HALE IRWIN, RAY FLOYD, GARY PLAYER - HFSID 90753
GOLFERS: GARY PLAYER, TOM WEISKOPF, FUZZY ZOELLER, RAY FLOYD, HALE IRWIN and JOHNNY MILLER. Comprises: (1) GARY PLAYER. Photograph signed: "Gary Player". Color 7¼x9¼. Fine condition. (2) TOM WEISKOPF. Photograph signed: "Best Wishes Tom Weiskopf
Sale Price $3,272.50
GOLFERS: GARY PLAYER, TOM WEISKOPF, FUZZY ZOELLER, RAY FLOYD, HALE IRWIN and JOHNNY MILLER. Comprises: (1) GARY PLAYER. Photograph signed: "Gary Player". Color 7¼x9¼. Fine condition. (2) TOM WEISKOPF. Photograph signed: "Best Wishes Tom Weiskopf". Color 7¼x9¼. Fine condition. (3) FUZZY ZOELLER. Photograph signed: "Fuz Zoeller Jr". Color 7¼x9¼. Fine condition. (4) RAY FLOYD. Photograph signed: "Ray Floyd". Color 7¼x9¼. Fine condition. (5) HALE IRWIN. Photograph signed: "Hale Irwin". Color 7¼x9¼. Ink slightly smudged at the "H" and "I". Fine condition. (6) JOHNNY MILLER. Photograph signed: "Johnny Miller". Color 7¼x9¼. Fine condition. 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, 1974), the Masters (1961, 1978), the PGA (1962-1971) and the U.S. Open (1965). Player has been seen on television on Golf Talk and ESPN Sports Century (six times), and he guest starred as himself on the Spanish TV series, Caiga quien caiga (Who Falls Falls), and Curb Your Enthusiasm, both in 2005. TOM WEISKOPF (born in 1942) won 16 PGA Tour events between 1968-1982, including the British Open in 1973, his best year. That season, he won five titles in eight weeks, scored in the 60s on half of his forty rounds and was named Player of the Year. Weiskopf later won several Senior Tour events, including the U.S. Senior Open (1996). He has also designed a number of golf courses and has served as an analyst for CBS Sports. Gallery favorite FUZZY ZOELLER (born Frank Urban Zoeller, Jr.) won ten PGA Tour events from 1979-1986, including the Masters (1979) and the U.S. Open (1984). He was first since Gene Sarazen to win the coveted Masters in his rookie season. Zoeller also won the Senior PGA Championship in 2002. RAYMOND "RAY" FLOYD (born in 1942) racked up 22 PGA tour victories, including two PGA Championships (1969, 1982), the 1976 Masters and the 1986 U.S. Open. Floyd ran away with the Masters in 1976, tying Jack Nicklaus' record of 17 strokes under par for the tournament and finishing eight strokes ahead of runner up Ben Crenshaw. After joining the Senior Tour in 1992, he finished first in 14 events through 2002. Floyd is the author of the book, The Elements of Scoring. HALE IRWIN (born in 1945) has won the U.S. Open three times: 1990, 1979 and 1974. He holds 20 PGA Tour victories and 44 Champions Tour titles, including four Senior PGA Championships (1996, 1997, 1998 and 2004) and two U.S. Senior Opens (1998, 2000). Irwin has been inducted into the PGA Tour and World Golf Halls of Fame. JOHNNY MILLER (born in 1947) won 25 PGA tournaments (1971-1994), including the U.S. Open (1973), the British Open (1976) and eight tournaments in one year (1974). A lead analyst for NBC's golf telecasts, Miller is known for his straightforward (sometimes blunt) comments and his ability to draw viewers to golf broadcasts. He also involved in golf course design and instruction. Six items. Framed in the Gallery of History style: 39½x27¼.
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