Ben Hogan was a very serious person during his playing days and didn’t sign many autographs. I have a friend who met him at the masters in the 1960s and he asked him for an autograph he said he looked right at him and said NO. Like Tiger Woods, he was very focused on what he needed to do. Signing autographs was a distraction. Later in life, he signed a good amount of autographs. His autograph on certain premium items can bring a strong price.

A nicely signed photograph of Ben Hogan

A nice signed photo of Ben Hogan

This is a rare scorecard from Cherry Hills Golf Club signed by Hogan and others. This is from a fun or practice round. I would say this is from the 1940s because of the early Hogan Autograph.

This is a signed 1966 US Open ticket Signed by Arnold Palmer who lost the Open to Billy Casper and signed by Ben Hogan

This is a Hogan signature from a 1942 Program A nice early autograph.

This is a 1948 Reading Open program signed by its Champion Hogan.

This is a signed letter by Ben Hogan Mr. Hogan was asked to comment on the passing of Jimmy Demaret. No Comment.!

Hogan signed Index card and a signed Augusta National Scorecard

Sam Snead and Hogan signed index card

This is a large poster of Hogan’s Famous 1Iron shot during the US Open This signed poster is valuable as it is one of the most famous golf images.

These are signed receipts from Hogan’s home golf course, Sandy Oak. It looks like he ate a lot of Veggie Soup.

This is single signed 1993 Masters flag signed by Ben Hogan.