We are a Member of SquareTrade. A community of Trusted Sellers. JACK NICKLAUS Signed Sand Trap Break Through Framed Display Piece – Upper Deck Authenticated – Limited Edition of 25. Nicklaus completed the career grand slam by the age of 26 and laid the groundwork for a legendary career. Jack has also designed hundreds of golf courses and hosts the annual PGA Tours Memorial tournament at Muirfield Village Golf Club. When it comes to the major championships on the PGA tour he is the most dominant golfer ever. At the 1965 Maters Jack finished 9 shots ahead of the runners-up with a record score of 271. The following year he won the 1966 Masters as well making him the first golfer to ever achieve back-to-back Masters wins. He was a master of the game from huge drives, accurate putts, and amazing iron play especially from the Sand Trap. This unique Breaking Through piece features Jack Nicklaus hitting a shot which includes an actual golf ball coming through the Plexiglas plus Jacks autograph in black paint pen. His autograph has been authenticated by virtue of Upper Deck Authenticateds Five-Step Process. Authenticator : Upper Deck Authenticated. History of item : Jack Nicklaus has signed this item in the presence of a representative from Upper Deck Authenticated. Describe how you came to possess this item : Game Day Legends is a fully authorized dealer for Upper Deck Authenticated as well as Mounted Memories and Steiner Sports. Other information about you and / or the item : Game Day Legends strives to deliver the most authentic in sports memorabilia from trusted companies like Mounted Memories, Steiner Sports and Upper Deck Authenticated. If it exists, we can find it for you! The item “JACK NICKLAUS Autographed Sand Trap Break Through Framed Display Piece UDA LE 25″ is in sale since Wednesday, November 08, 2017. This item is in the category “Sports Mem, Cards & Fan Shop\Autographs-Original\Golf-PGA\Photos”. The seller is “gamedaylegends” and is located in GameDayLegends. This item can be shipped to United States.
- Autograph Authentication: Upper Deck