Jack Nicklaus Signed 1973 PGA Championship Tournament Pin Flag

Decidedly one of the most desirable and historic golfing artifacts is this original 1973 PGA Championship pin flag that is signed and inscribed by the 1973 PGA champion, Jack Nicklaus who boldly details his historic victory, inscribing “1973, #3 of 5, 277, -7,” in black sharpie pen. The victory was Nicklaus’ third of his five PGA Championships but more significantly was the twelfth of his record eighteen major titles as a professional which combined with his two U.S. Amateur titles surpassed the record number of titles won by golfing legend Bobby Jones. Among collectors of original pin flags from major golf tournaments, perhaps none are as legendary as the 1973 PGA Championship flag, desired as much for its beauty as for its rarity. The 18.5 X 14.5 pin flag from this historic 1973 PGA Championship played at the Canterbury Golf Club in Beachwood, Ohio (coincidentally the home state of Jack Nicklaus) is adorned with distinctive design details far ahead of its time, including the crest and emblem representing both the Canterbury Golf Club and The Professional Golfers Association of America. The is a rare chance to acquire this legendary course flag from this tournament won and signed by one of golfing biggest legends whom many consider to be the most talented golfer of the 20th Century. Comes with a certificate that unconditionally guarantees the authenticity of this item

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Jack Nicklaus Signed 1973 PGA Championship Tournament Pin Flag

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