2019 July Open Championship Week Memorabilia Auction
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Horton Smith Signed Cut


One of the top professional golfers of the 1930's, Horton Smith will forever be known as the champion of the first Masters in 1934. He added a second win at Augusta in 1936 among his 32 career PGA triumphs. In 1930, he was the only player to defeat Bobby Jones in his Grand Slam season. Smith was also a top player in the early Ryder Cup competitions appearing in five consecutive events from 1929-37. The World Golf Hall of Famer was the first past Masters Champion to decease when he passed away in 1963 at 55. Here we have a cut signed by Smith in ink. Surely the signature your collection is missing.
James Spence Authentication (JSA) has reviewed the signature and their auction letter of authenticity will come with this lot.

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This auction will end at 9:00pm EST Sunday, July 21st with EXTENDED BIDDING to follow. All items that have received multiple bids in the auction will remain open until no items have received a bid within a 15 minute time period (at 10pm EST, the countdown clock will be adjusted to a 5 minute interval)

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Minimum Bid: $200.00
Final prices include buyers premium.: $313.73
Number Bids: 4
Auction closed on Monday, July 22, 2019.
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