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Mrs. Charles Price 1993 Masters Tournament Trophy Room Badge #719

Here we have a Trophy Room badge for the 1993 Masters. The badge measures 2 3/4" by 1 3/4". In the 1993 Masters, Bernhard Langer clinched his second Masters win by four strokes. The badge appears to be used only a handful of times at most. All writing is still legible.

The Charles Price Collection
If golf had a Renaissance man, surely it was Charles Price. For nearly 50 years he touched the golf community with his flair for writing, a Hemingway of the fairways. Over that span his stylish writing was combined with an intimate players knowledge of the game based on his 1947-48 appearances as an amateur on the PGA Tour. This provided Price with a unique skill set to relate to players not found among his fellow golf scribes. He was highly respected by Bobby Jones as a writer and friend with the two visiting often for one-on-one conversations. He became a historian of the game through his time living with Walter Hagen, traveling with Gene Sarazen on "Shell's Wonderful World of Golf", competing with Ben Hogan & Sam Snead and writing about the careers of Jack Nicklaus & Arnold Palmer since they were college age players . Among his 17 books authored, co-authored or contributed to were "A Golf Story" (about The Masters, Augusta National and Jones); along with "The World of Golf: A Panorama of Six Centuries of the Game's History", and "Golfer-at-Large" all considered classics in golf literature.

The founding editor of GOLF Magazine in 1958, Price formulated the model for the game's contemporary magazines, and through columns for "Golf" and later "Golf Digest" where he spent his last dozen years his thoughtful analysis and retrospection presented the game.

He was the first golf director at Harbour Town Golf Links on Hilton Head Island and is largely responsible for establishing the Heritage Classic in 1969, one of the most prestigious events on the PGA Tour. These accomplishments led to countless far ranging awards in the golfing community which included 1988 recognition as one of the 100 Heroes of the First Century of Golf, the 1987 Donald Ross Award from Golf Course Architects and in 1985 he was elected by the Golf Writers Association of America to receive its tenth Memorial Gold Journalism Award, sponsored by Jack Nicklaus. His first place writing competition awards from the G.W.A.A. are too voluminous to list in this short space. We at The Golf Auction would like to thank Charles Price's widow Laurie Rider for entrusting us with Charley's life-long golf acquisitions, and are appreciative of her desire to allow the collecting public to share in his love of the game.


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Mrs. Charles Price 1993 Masters Tournament Trophy Room Badge #719Mrs. Charles Price 1993 Masters Tournament Trophy Room Badge #719Mrs. Charles Price 1993 Masters Tournament Trophy Room Badge #719Mrs. Charles Price 1993 Masters Tournament Trophy Room Badge #719Mrs. Charles Price 1993 Masters Tournament Trophy Room Badge #719
Mrs. Charles Price 1993 Masters Tournament Trophy Room Badge #719
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Minimum Bid: $30.00
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Auction closed on Monday, January 28, 2019.
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