2018 September Ryder Cup Auction
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1934 US Open Championship at Merion Friday Ticket #3929 - Finest Condition Known


The 1934 US Open was the first contested by the United States Golf Association at Merion and the first year that both Ben Hogan and Byron Nelson played in a US Open. The "Slammin' Spaniard" Dutra came back from eight shots back to beat Gene Sarazen and claimed the Open title. For the 33-year-old it marked his second Major championship victory after having triumphed in the 1932 PGA Championship at Keller Golf Club. Offered here is a Friday ticket #3929 from the 1934 US Open at Merion. This is the only known ticket we have seen (with only a badge being the other), and it comes in excellent condition, with only a slight crease at the bottom left corner noted for accuracy.

Please note: This auction will end at 5:00pm EST this Sunday, September 30th, with EXTENDED BIDDING to follow. All items in the auction will remain open until no items have received a bid within a 15 minute time period (up to 9pm EST, then countdown clock will adjust to 5min time period). There is a buyer's premium of 17.5% for all items. All lots are free to be bid on until extended bidding has ended.

1934 US Open Championship at Merion Friday Ticket #3929 - Finest Condition Known1934 US Open Championship at Merion Friday Ticket #3929 - Finest Condition Known1934 US Open Championship at Merion Friday Ticket #3929 - Finest Condition Known
1934 US Open Championship at Merion Friday Ticket #3929 - Finest Condition Known
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Minimum Bid: $200.00
Final prices include buyers premium.: $1,326.58
Number Bids: 16
Auction closed on Monday, October 1, 2018.
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