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The Prize

Calling all golfers and sports collectors! This rare framed, autographed photo of legendary pro golfers - Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer - highlights their Masters Green Jackets in color, with the rest of the image in black and white.

Prior to the 1964 Masters tournament, Nicklaus was the defending champion. Palmer hadn’t won in six months, nor received any Major titles in the previous year. It would be Palmer’s game, winning by six strokes ahead of Nicklaus and Dave Marr. Palmer has won four Masters victories and seven Major victories. A man so beloved, his fanbase was known as Arnie’s Army. In the photo, runner-up Nicklaus presents the infamous Green Jacket to “The King” after his win. It would be Arnie’s final Masters title.

Honor Arnie’s golf legacy with this timeless commemorative piece.

Dimensions: 38" x 35"

The Cause

The number of new cancer cases seen around the world has been growing at an exponential rate with each passing year. 

In order to understand how genetics contribute to the disease, The Alcides & Rosaura Diniz Foundation (ARD) raises funds for research into the hereditary causes of specific cancers. 

The ARD Foundation aims to facilitate breakthrough discoveries in genomic therapy and immunotherapy that will lead to successful cancer prevention and treatment for everyone, everywhere.

Additional Details

  • Certificate of authenticity included.
  • In condition as donated.
  • This item will be shipping from the United States. Shipments outside the U.S. are subject to additional shipping, customs fees and potentially others taxes that are the full responsibility of the winning bidder. These additional costs are not able to be calculated in their entirety.
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