2021 September Memorabilia Auction - Closing Date 09/26/21
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Champion Hal Sutton's 1999 Bell Canadian Open PGA Tour 10k Winner's Gold Medal


Directly from recipient Hal Sutton's collection is his 1999 Bell Canadian Open Winner's Gold Medal. Employing the cherished Professional Golfer's Association of America Tour 10k gold winner's medal design of the raised text "Tournament Champion" encircling the post-swing PGA logo golfer depiction on a dark textured background is Sutton's 1st place prize from the 1999 Bell Canadian Open. The verso of this medal carries each individual round score of 69-67-70-69 and Sutton's tournament total of 275 and "Hal Sutton" engraved just above. Acquire this PGA Tour, a centerpiece 10k gold medal serving as a constant reminder of excellence and Sutton's performance that week 22 years ago. A signed letter of authenticity from Hal Sutton comes with this lot.

The Hal Sutton Collection
The 'Be The Right Club Today!' Podcast from Hal Sutton Golf is ready for your listening pleasure Hal Sutton Golf Podcast No one else has Hal Sutton, a 14-time PGA Tour Winner and Ryder Cup Captain who can really teach you how to think, how to believe in yourself, how to commit, how to PLAY the game. While Chase Cooper, one of the best instructors in the country, can use his expertise along with our cutting-edge technology to improve your ball striking, short game, putting, etc. Old school meets new school at the Hal Sutton Golf Academy.
Hal Sutton's golf game flourished while growing up in his hometown of Shreveport, Louisiana. In fact the highly touted amateur golfer chose to stay closeby after high school and went to local Centenary College. It wouldn't take much time for the All American to put his school and town on the national golfing map when he received 'Golf Magazine's 1980 College Player of the Year' after 14 victories and lifting the small liberal arts school to 9th in the Nation. Unsurprisingly Hal Sutton would find great success at the professional level, notching 14  PGA Tour victories between 1982 and 2001. The 1983 season was a one for Sutton, earning PGA Tour Player of the Year honors as the leading money winner and the new accolade of 'major champion.' Sports Illustrated's golf writer Dan Jenkins' emphatically recapped his 1983 PGA Championship triumph with "There's a New Bear on the Loose - Hal Sutton Put a Death Grip on the PGA Championship To Stop a Classic Jack Nicklaus Charge." This came only months after his The Players Championship at TPC Sawgrass win. Representing his country became a common role Sutton found himself in, as a 4-time Ryder Cup player in 1985, 1987, 1999, and 2002, before being chosen as the Ryder Cup Captain in 2004. He was a victorious Walker Cup team member in 1979 and 1981.
After playing two decades on the tour Hal began to shift his attention to philanthropy, with that soon becoming a main focus. This didn't go unnoticed in the golfing community and Sutton was the 2007 Payne Stewart Award recipient. He would raise more than $2 million with fellow Louisiana natives David Toms and Kelly Gibson for Hurricane Katrina and Rita victims. The Golf Auction has been very appreciative of the opportunity to offer some of Hal's Collection, including his 1998 TOUR Championship Calamity Jane Trophy, Gold Plated Scotty Cameron Putter for 2000 Players Win and all four of his 2000 Players Championship winning scorecards when it was "The Right Club."

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Champion Hal Sutton's 1999 Bell Canadian Open PGA Tour 10k Winner's Gold Medal
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Minimum Bid: $400.00
Final prices include buyers premium.: $6,222.80
Number Bids: 9
Auction closed on Sunday, September 26, 2021.
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