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    1937 Walter Hagen Signed Scorecard. Walter Hagen 's importance as a golfer went way beyond his skill on the green. He was instrumental in breaking down the class barriers at golf clubs between golfers and their "social superiors." One of the first millionaire athletes, he made significant money endorsing and designing golf equipment, while helping to popularize the game with his dashing wardrobe and showmanship. On offer here is a signed scorecard from an exhibition match Hagen played on July 18, 1937 at The North Worcestershire Gold Club. Scored neatly in ink for eighteen holes, the scorecard is signed at the top "Walter Hagen" in bold, NRMT pencil. The scorecard (4x4.5") shows some understandable wear and discoloration on the edges and is taped to a white mat measuring 7x8". Comes with commemorative booklet (NRMT) of The North Worcestershire Golf Club that is numbered 317/500. Full LOA from PSA/DNA. Auction LOA from James Spence Authentication.

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    November, 2016
    17th-19th Thursday-Saturday
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