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    1980's-1990's PGA Golf Stars Game Used & Signed Scorecards Lot of 9. These are no mere souvenir scorecards--these are the genuine article, filled out and signed by a selection of top players on the links as they competed in some of the sport's most prestigious tournaments. Five are from various US Open Championships, used and signed by the following: David Graham (1985), Jose Maria Olazabal (1990), Curtis Strange (1991), Fuzzy Zoeller (1991), Corey Pavin (1996). The remainder represents all four days of the 1993 US Senior Open Championship as used by Gary Player. All are filled out and signed in 10/10 pencil, and about half have some degree of folding or creasing that does not hinder display value in any significant way. Signing as "Marker" are such golf stars as Greg Norman, Ray Floyd, Scott Simpson, Paul Azinger, Dave Stockton & Miller Barber. LOA from PSA/DNA. LOA from James Spence Authentication.

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    October, 2006
    28th Saturday
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