The Golf Auction
Vintage Golf Memorabilia & Collectibles Auction and Antique House
Now accepting consignments for our Fall and Winter Auctions. Our next auction will start the first week of July 2015. Want top dollar for your collection? CALL us now (770) 883-1131 and ask for Kip. We will be traveling to a city near you to buy and pick up your Golf Memorabilia consignments. This auction will use our new mobile website and text notify for outbids. If you have not signed up for our text notify, please let us know, and we will be in touch with you. Our bidders will now be able to bid from their phones from all over the world. The upcoming auctions feature many contestant pins and various memorabilia from the career of Mark Brooks and Jack Fleck, signed Masters badges, and various vintage clubs and books. Do not miss out on this opportunity to get your hands on pieces of history previously never offered to the public.
Future auctions will also feature items from the newly acquired Mark Brooks and Jack Fleck collections including many items from Jack Flecks 1955 US Open win over Ben Hogan.
We are currently accepting golf collectibles and memorabilia for our upcoming auctions. Get your collectibles in now for the next auctions.
Questions Please call 813.340.6179
Want to get record prices for your golf memorabilia and collectibles? Give us a call at 813.340.6179 (Kenley) or 770.883.1131 (Kip). Get your Golf Memorabilia consignments in house to be in our upcoming mailings! Please remember we also pay TOP DOLLAR for Golf Memorabilia. Call 813.340.6179 to sell your collectibles
The Golf Auction specializes in a wide variety of exclusive golf memorabilia
and collectibles including: Masters® badges, flags, Masters merchandise
; vintage hickory clubs; vintage golf balls; golf books; Scotty Cameron putters and putter covers; Tiger Woods golf memorabilia; vintage golf cards; player direct memorabilia from current and former PGA stars; autographed golf memorabilia; and much more. The vintage golf memorabilia market is just starting to mature and a high-end golf auction house is needed to help develop the golf memorabilia marketplace.