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    1937 The Masters Fourth Round Spectator's Badge. It was this year that the Nelson Bridge at the thirteenth hole earned its name (though it wasn't officially dedicated until 1958). In this fourth playing of the Masters, Byron Nelson made up six strokes on Ralph Guldahl over two holes on the final day to win by two shots. Compared to Guhldahl's five and six, Nelson scored two and three on the twelfth and thirteenth holes respectively. Surely young John Spence was watching from the gallery as this drama unfolded. The octagonal badge exhibits light toning at the edges but no other faults. Original string still affixed. Encapsulated by PSA, VG-EX 4.

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