In a previous article I conversed about The Masters Tournament memories. I also mention that owning a piece of Golf memorabilia is a great way to own a piece of Golf history. It is refreshing to know that there is memorabilia, merchandise, and apparel out there for any Golf fan’s budget. I thought I would list a few places that sell Golf Memorabilia that caught my interest and hope in return that they provide you with a source to find something right for yourself.
MMOGOLF.com is a great source for golf merchandise and memorabilia. They have a wide variety of apparel including caps, hats, shirts, windshirts, sweaters and vest. Imagine sporting authentic Masters Tournament gear while playing your next round of golf with the friends. Prices start around $20. They also offer golf themed office and home furniture. You can also find glassware, pin flags, autographed memorabilia, golfing odds and ends and also a special under $35 Masters Tournament section.
Amazon.com has a 1934 to 1999 Masters Champions Uncut Card Sheet from Pro Tour. Pro Tour Memorabilia pioneered the authentication of this piece of memorabilia. This piece is offered for sale for $1079.75. The piece is described by the seller below.
The Masters Champions, featuring all of the winners from 1934 to 1999
• Double-sided plexi Masters uncut card sheet, with player information behind each player’s photograph
• Includes the now famous Tiger Woods rookie card from Grand Slam Ventures.
Features every champion of The Masters Tournament, from Gene Sarazen’s remarkable double eagle in 1935, to Jack Nicklaus’ comeback triumph in 1986, to Tiger Woods’ record breaking victory in 1997Players Included are; Arnold Palmer, Art Wall Jr., Ben Crenshaw, Ben Hogan, Bernhard Langer, Billy Casper, Bob Goalby, Byron Nelson, Cary Middlecoff, Charles Coody, Claude Harmon, Craig Stadler, Craig Wood, Doug Ford, Fred Couples, Fuzzy Zoeller, Gary Player, Gay Brewer, Gene Sarazen, George Archer, Henry Picard, Herman Keiser, Horton Smith, Ian Woosnam, Jack Burke Jr., Jack Nicklaus, Jimmy Demaret, Jose Maria Olazabal, Larry Mize, Mark O’Meara, Nick Faldo, Ralph Guldahl, Raymond Floyd, Sam Snead, Sandy Lyle, Seve Ballesteros, Tiger Woods, Tom Watson, Tommy Aaron
Would you like to add a nice looking piece to your office, den, or man cave for less than $10? If so, ebay.com has a listing just for you. There is a Webster Company cigar add titled SCENE AT THE MASTERS TOURNAMENT IN AUGUSTA, GEORGIA IN 1947 CINCO CIGARS AD. It is a very classic looking piece of golfing history. The following is how the seller describes the item:
SCENE AT THE MASTERS TOURNAMENT IN AUGUSTA, GEORGIA IN 1947 CINCO CIGARS AD. This piece measures approximately 10 1/4 by 13 1/2 inches and is in very good original condition, ready to be trimmed, matted and framed.
Golfsartgallery.com and golfspast.com both offer a great inventory of photos, paintings and other classic golfing artwork. There are many options under $50 and they would make a nice addition to any home or office. Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer seem to be some of the most popular options. They seem like an obvious choice for me as well, but be sure to check out some of the others too! Flag Pins, autographed golf balls, and other autographed memorabilia are easily available through many online sources. Local retailers might offer a selection as well. Check out places near you and see if you can find a treasure at a bargain.