I was able to recently add the Ultimate Golf Autograph. This is a very Rare signed postcard of Old Tom Morris.
It was signed May 2nd 1903. This Post Card was signed and sent a girl in Mid-Lothian a neighboring town of St Andrews.
This item is rare and very valuable. It's a great image with a great dark autograph.
This is a very rare signed copy of The art of putting. It is signed
by 1887 and 1889 Open Champions Willie Park Jr. His father was the first Open Champion in 1860. Mr. Park passed
away in 1925 and his autograph is very rare and expensive. I'm very proud to own this.
A very rare autograph of the 1892 and 1897 Open Champions Harold Hilton Also a 4 times British Amateur Champions and
a US Amateur champion.
Wow This is a great autograph from the 5 time Open Champions John Henry Taylor. It was signed at the 1936
Open Championship at Hoylake. Could you imagine seeing non playing great at the Open Championship ask him for his autograph
and he writes out all this. LOVE IT!! Next time I see Jack Nicklaus I will ask him to write out all his Major
This is a really cool letter from 5 Time Open Champion John Henry Taylor
to Bobby Locke's Father talking about Bobby Locke. It is dated 1938 and this is when Bobby Locke started to play
well. He finished in 10th place in the Open.
A handwritten letter by John Henry Taylor. I guess he was very proud
of his victories as he wrote them all out after his signature. I would be proud too. 5 time winner of the Open.
A early ticket signed by 3 Open Champions Harry Vardon (6 Time Champ),
James Braid (5X) and Henry Cotton(3X).
Here is an example of a perfectly signed postcard. It is stamped from
London in 1931
Postcard signed by Harry Vardon
A perfect James Braid autograph with a great inscription.
A perfect James Braid autograph signed in 1940 with this Open Victories and
his golf club.
This is a Braid signed golf dinner program signed shortly before Mr. Braid passed away.
James Braid autograph from a closing of a letter
A cut signature of James Braid with date
Autograph of the 1904 Open Champion Jack White
Rare autograph of the 1907 Open Champion Arnaud Massy along with Gene Sarazen
1912 Open Champion Ted Ray He signed it E Ray.
1920 Open Champion George Duncan along with the 1936 Open Champion Alf Padgham
!921 Open Champion Jock Hutchison signed photo
The first American to win the Open Championship
1923 Open Champion Arthur Havers
The great Walter Hagen autograph 4 times and 4 Open Championships. These autographs came directly from Walter
Hagen estate. They were signed near the end of his life and as he suffered from cancer it is believed they were signed
as some sore of neurological test.
This photo and autograph also came from Walter Hagen's estate.
Mr. Hagan saved these mementoes from a dinner with Arnold Palmer. It looks like Mr. Hagen asked Arnold Palmer to
sign his table name tag.
Walter Hagen's autograph 4 time Open Champion
A Walter Hagen signed Dinner program Held in his honor.
I was able to buy Jim Barnes' twice signed Passport. This was his
actual passport he used to travel back to Liverpool England in 1955.
Here are some notes added by Mr. Barnes to the passport where talked
about the Ship and dates of his trip. Really Cool item and I am glad to own it.
Jim Barnes 1925 Open Champion
Bobby Jones signed letter Open Champion of 1926 1927 and 1930
1931 Open Champion Tommy Armour
1933 Open Champion Denny Shute
Alf Perry 1935 Open Champion
Great autograph with a great inscription
A perfect autograph of Alf Perry
Autographs of 1938 Open Champion R. A. Whitcombe
1939 Open Champion Dick Burton he won at St. Andrews
Fred Daly Open Champion 1947
Really nice letter written by Bobby Locke
4 Time Open Champion Bobby Locke
A letter written by Henry Cotton. 3 Time Champion
This is Sir Henry Cotton's actual passport
Very Late in life autograph of the 1951 Open Champion Max Faulkner along with
a letter from his wife saying he is in poor health
A letter signed by the 1964 Open Champion Tony Lema who passed away in
a airplane crash soon after.
A signed note from 3 time Champion Seve Ballesteros He was one of my
favorites I always love to see Seve. I just wish I could have seen him more.
Seve signed tournament used glove