2019 November Golf Memorabilia Auction
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Circa 1926 'The Woodward' Tee Mold


Produced by the Christensen company, 'The Woodward' was among the first aluminum based tee molds featuring a spring plunger in 1926. Stamped around the mold is a very legible "Pat. Pend Hu Woodward Box 136 Station D New York." Very good condition, with sand particles still present inside mold. 1 1/4" x 7/8" diameter

The Lee Crist Collection:

“Mr. Tee” Lee Crist was affectionately known around the Golf Heritage Society and the golf collecting world. This nickname was well earned as Crist was known for archiving and curating one of the most extensive and complete golf tee collections over many decades. He had an extraordinary fascination with the tee is its many shapes, colors, sizes and mediums. If there was a way to prop a golf ball up Lee Crist had an example of the mechanism.

The Golf Heritage Society honored the late Lee Crist in its inaugural Hall of Fame class this year at its annual meeting. To accept the award was his wife Barbara and son Sam. During his time collecting he was recognized and featured in numerous publications. The Golf Auction is proud to offer the esteemed collection of an inaugural Golf Heritage Society Hall of Fame member.

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Circa 1926 'The Woodward' Tee Mold
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