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Nick Price Signed And Framed Photo Presentation

Guide price: £40

Last updated on 14th Nov 2014

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Nick Price Signed And Framed Photo Presentation

In the 90’s Nick Price was regarded as the best player in the world and in 1994 he won two majors back-to-back The Open and the PGA Championship adding to his first major (also the PGA Championship) from 1992. He topped the PGA Tour money list in 1993 and 1994 setting a new earnings record each time and spent 43 weeks at number 1 in the Official World Golf Rankings. He was inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame in 2003.This stunning presentation contains a colour photo personally signed by the player together with dual mounts and an inset plaque.It originates from a large collection of memorabilia displayed in a sports bar that was recently obtained by Spirit of Sport.

It has been re-framed and is presented in a tasteful thick black wood surround that measures in at an impressive 46cm by 36cm (approx).

The signature may not appear prominently on the website image but be assured it is clear and legible on the actual item. It has also been fully authenticated.A super collectable from one of the most likeable players on the tour Nick Price.

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