2022 June Memorabilia Auction - Closing Date - 6/19/222
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2001 Masters Awarded Eagle Hole #13 Steuben Crystal Highball Glass - John Huston Collection


Along with other traditions such as the Crystal Vase for the low score of the day, Hole-In-One, and a Double Eagle; the Steuben Crystal Highball Glasses are given to a competitor who succeeds in scoring an eagle on any one of the holes at Augusta National during the Masters Tournament. This tradition dates to the 1954 tournament, when the Augusta National presented these glasses of achievement for the first time. Offered here for consideration is John Huston's crystal highball glass in near mint condition, with all etchings on glass well preserved, in similar fashion to the day it was presented at the 2001 Masters Tournament, Tiger Woods' second Masters victory. Huston putted for an eagle in 2001 on the 13th hole, Azalea. It measures 6 1/2" tall

The John Huston Collection

Former PGA Tour thoroughbred John Huston's extensive golfing accolades written on a piece of paper rivals that of a grocery shopping list to feed a family of 8 for three weeks. It includes: 7-time PGA Tour winner, former PGA Tour 72-hole scoring record holder of 28-under at the 1998 Hawaiian Open (7 stroke win over Tom Watson), inaugural United States Presidents Cup team member in 1994 and again chosen in 1998, amassing over 80 top-10 PGA Tour finishes, the course record at Jack's Muirfield Village of 61, Masters Tournament 18th hole record of 4-under in 1997 (also low round of the day for that Thursday) and Top 100 on the money list 16 of his first 17 years on tour. Through all of this, Huston's fame was overshadowed by his tour contemporaries with names such as: Tiger, Duval and Mickelson - and that's the way he liked it. While he didn't think of himself as a big deal, he was. United Airlines even gave John and his family free travel for a year after his 1998 Hawaiian Open triumph for the books. Between his collegiate golf at Auburn and the PGA Tour hard work paid off, and was necessary, earning everything that he achieved from mini-tours to The Tour. "I kept working with David (Leadbetter), but working in that bag room (of his home course Cypress Run in Tarpon Springs), seeing the hours you had to put in that was my inspiration," Huston said. When John felt the shot he took it. He was known as the Tour's fastest golfer, noted by analyst Gary McCord. Proudly presented by The Golf Auction is The John Huston Collection, featuring artifacts from Huston's very admirable golfing career.

2001 Masters Awarded Eagle Hole #13 Steuben Crystal Highball Glass - John Huston Collection2001 Masters Awarded Eagle Hole #13 Steuben Crystal Highball Glass - John Huston Collection2001 Masters Awarded Eagle Hole #13 Steuben Crystal Highball Glass - John Huston Collection2001 Masters Awarded Eagle Hole #13 Steuben Crystal Highball Glass - John Huston Collection2001 Masters Awarded Eagle Hole #13 Steuben Crystal Highball Glass - John Huston Collection2001 Masters Awarded Eagle Hole #13 Steuben Crystal Highball Glass - John Huston Collection2001 Masters Awarded Eagle Hole #13 Steuben Crystal Highball Glass - John Huston Collection2001 Masters Awarded Eagle Hole #13 Steuben Crystal Highball Glass - John Huston Collection
2001 Masters Awarded Eagle Hole #13 Steuben Crystal Highball Glass - John Huston Collection
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Auction closed on Sunday, June 19, 2022.
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