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    1997-98 The Colonial National Invitation Tournament Leaderboard Signs Lot of 3 with Tiger Woods. The Colonial National Invitation Tournament, known as the Charles Schwab Challenge, was one of only five invitational tourneys on the PGA Tour. While a youngster named Tiger Woods had the biggest crowds at his every turn in 1997. it was David Frost who was the last man standing.

    Offered are three of the leaderboards, each written in distinct script from the tournament. The one which features Woods was from his 1997 appearance. The other two were used in the 1998 event - Tom Watson's final tour win. The summary sheet (70.5x46") has more graphics added to it while the two smaller sheets (45x36") have the participant's name written and scores listed. Each sheet is laminated, has mounting holes and shows fading from display. The sheet with Woods appears to have been ripped in half but was fixed and is again complete.

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