Craig Wood has always been one of my favorite golfers. He came in 2nd place at the 1934 Masters and could have easily won all 4 majors. He won the 41 Masters and US Open and lost a playoff to Desmore Shute for the 1933 Open Championship held at St Andrews. Mr. Wood also lost a playoff for the 1934 PGA Championship, he lost it to his pupil Paul Runyan. Craig Wood’s autograph is quite rare and valuable. His autograph usually sells for $750-1250 Mr. Wood passed away in 1968.

Craig Wood signed photo of him holding the US Open trophy.

Craig Wood signed photo. This photo was taken and signed during a war relief effort during WW2.

Other golfers participating in the WW2 war relief trip.

Great letter from Craig Wood to a friend.

A nice album page signed by Craig Wood and it was signed during the 1933 Ryder Cup.

A perfectly signed Index card.

Craig Wood letter to the President of the PGA of America. Craig Wood was the head pro at Winged Foot Golf Club.

A scorecard signed by Craig Wood from the Rochester Times-Union Open which was played and signed during Craig Woods’s big year of 1941.

This is from a signed program from 1942

This is a signed program signed in 1944

A Craig Wood signed index card.

Craig Woods 1935 Ryder Cup participation medal.

This is Craig Wood’s golf bag tag for the 1968 Masters. Mr. Wood attended the 68 Masters but shortly after he had a heart attack and passed away.