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1968 US Masters Golf Print By Arthur Weaver

£ 325

Category
Subcategory
Reference
21813
Height
45 cm (17 3/4")
Width
60 cm (23 1/2")
The 1968 US Masters Golf Tournament.
Arthur Weaver Golf print of The Masters 1968, Bob Goalby makes the final Putt to win. The print is signed in pencil by the artist with hand drawn remarque of a golfer chipping. Published in 1969 by Venture Prints Limited of Bristol, England.

The 1968 US Masters Golf Tournament in Augusta, Georgia, was the 32nd Masters Tournament. Bob Goalby won his only major championship, one stroke ahead of Roberto De Vicenzo, the reigning British Open champion. On the back nine in the final round, Goalby birdied 13 and 14 and eagled 15 to record a 66. At first it appeared that he had tied De Vicenzo and the two would meet in an 18-hole Monday playoff, but De Vicenzo returned an incorrect scorecard showing a par 4 on the 17th hole, instead of a birdie 3. Playing partner Tommy Aaron incorrectly marked the 4 and De Vicenzo failed to catch the mistake and signed the scorecard. USGA rules stated that the higher written score signed by a golfer on his card must stand, and the error gave Goalby the win.
Height
45 cm (17 3/4")
Width
60 cm (23 1/2")
Condition
Excellent
Year
1969
exhibition
Champions, Hookers & Dew Sweepers No.30
Country
England
Signed Inscribed Dated
Arthur Weaver