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    1996-07 Jeff Russell Personal Golf Awards from The Jeff Russell Collection. To the baseball world, Jeff Russell was one of the top closers in the 1990's. When Russell entered the game, it usually meant lights out. He was also a very good golfer away from the diamond. Offered are four of Russell's personal golf trophies from various links events. Included are: 1.) 2000 First Place Area Chamber of Commerce golf figural trophy. The tip of the Titleist cap has broken off. The trophy stands 13" tall. 2.) 2007 Gears & Greens Closest to the Pin cup which stands 6.25". There is a slight chip on the inside rim. 3.) 2003 Athletes in Action tournament trophy. This 10.5" prize also lists Tony Romo, Jason Witten, Anthony Fasano and Kevin Burnett. 4.) 1996 Vince Gill Celebrity Golf Tournament Longest Drive pyramid shaped trophy - 7". Russell's name is engraved on a placard. Letter of provenance from Jeff Russell.

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