2018 September Ryder Cup Auction
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Ken Venturi Signed 'The Match' Golf Book by Mark Frost


Offered here is a copy of Mark Frost's "The Match." Ken Venturi signed this copy nicely in black marker along with the notation "Best Wishes." The book details the match set up by Eddie Lowery and George Coleman to see who's golfers would shine: Lowery's Harvie Ward and Ken Venturi or Coleman's Ben Hogan and Byron Nelson. This is a great read for the first hand accounts of one of the greatest private matches ever played.

James Spence Authentication (JSA) has reviewed the signature and their auction letter of authenticity will come with this lot.

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.

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Ken Venturi Signed 'The Match' Golf Book by Mark Frost JSA ALOA
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Minimum Bid: $30.00
Final prices include buyers premium.: $99.88
Number Bids: 9
Auction closed on Monday, October 1, 2018.
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