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The Prize

The Big Three of Golf: Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, and Gary Player Signed Framed Photo

Golf’s “Big Three” are said to be the reason for the popularization of golf in the 60s because of their intense rivalries on the leaderboard.

This stunning 1962 black and white photo of Arnold Palmer, Gary Player and Jack Nicklaus is autographed by the entire trio. It captures a casual walk down the Firestone Country Club fairway in Akron, Ohio during a practice round in September. This picture captures the success and sportsmanship of one of the biggest years for the trio. Combined, they won four of the Major tournaments that year. Palmer won the Masters and Open Championship. Nicklaus won the U.S. Open, and Player won the PGA Championship. From the 50s to the 90s, these three brought a fanbase to televised golf, and shaped the fandom of the sport that it is today.
The Big Three live on as golf legends through candid photos like this. It’s a staple reminder of comradery and perseverance for any golfer or athlete.

Dimensions: 22" 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.

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  • In condition as donated.
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