2011 Fall Golf Memorabilia Auction
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This lot is closed for bidding. Bidding ended on 9/18/2011
If you were ever fortunate enough to play the Augusta National a flag similar to this is what would great you when you reached the first green. You can also see this flag on display at the Masters as it serves as the flag on the Par 3 course and is also used on the practice greens. This flag measuring 13 3/4"H by 19 1/4"W (Approx.) is regarded as tough to come by, with the powers to be at the Augusta National supposedly destroying used flags. This pin flag dodged the Grim Reaper of flags even though its use would be considered "heavy". This use is accentuated around ends of flag (blackened) that meet flagpole through the plastic cylinder that separates flag from pin. Balance of flag is free of rips and tears, but displays consistent use. Reverse has remnants of white cloth remaining in the seamed area where a manufacturers tag once was. A treasure from a treasured American course.
Course Flown Augusta National Flag with Heavy UseCourse Flown Augusta National Flag with Heavy Use
Course Flown Augusta National Flag with Heavy Use
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Minimum Bid: $800.00
Final prices include buyers premium.: $0.00
Number Bids: 0
Auction closed on Sunday, September 18, 2011.
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