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Gary Player Signed And Framed Limited Edition Print

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Last updated on 12th Mar 2013

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Gary Player Signed And Framed Limited Edition Print

In 1959 Gary won his first Open and the time was the youngest ever winner of an open. By 1961 Gary topped the money list on the US Tour. In 1965 he beat Arnold Palmer to win the US Masters and therefore finally winning each of the Majors.He would go to record 10 Major victories in total. He won the Open 3 times the US Open once the US PGS twice and the Masters 3 times.This stunning print shows Gary's delight at winning the British Open in 1968.

He has personally signed each print and you will receive a photo of the signing.It is superbly presented in a black lightweight frame with dual mounts measuring in at an impressive 67cm by 52cm. (approx). Available exclusively through Spirit of Sport this is a super item from one of the games greats.Actual Size 560mm x 410mm - limited edition of 250 and part of the Sporting Masters editions – Photo printed on 250gsm high quality art board – The accompanying photo of the personality signing this item will include a copyright over the image.

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