2021 July Memorabilia Auction - Ended 07/18/2021
Search By:
This lot is closed for bidding. Bidding ended on 7/18/2021

Hal Sutton's Winner's 1998 TOUR Championship 10k Gold Medal

The distinct design of a 10k gold PGA Tour winner's medal is a familiar one to advanced collectors in this industry. An example from the final playoff tournament of the year presented to a major champion is not. 'Hal Sutton - 69-67-68-70' is found carefully engraved on the verso of this medal representing one of the crowning achievements of Sutton's celebrated career. The culmination of the 1998 PGA Tour schedule would be played by only the top 30 deserving players at a familiar host site in Atlanta, Georgia's East Lake Golf Club. Hal Sutton played victor at the Texas Open slightly more than a month prior on September 27th, with a narrow one stroke win. While he won by the slimmest of margins there, it would be a tie after 72 holes at East Lake for the 1998 Tour Championship with Fuji's Vijay Singh. The Sudden Death would decide it, with Hall Sutton's 4-would approach at the nerving 240 yard par 3 18th hole and finishing it off with a confident putt with the ball settling at the bottom of the cup. The significance of this tournament would go beyond winning the final playoff event, as his second victory of the year would be the deciding factor for his 1998 PGA Tour Comeback Player of the Year award campaign. In shallow relief you will find the PGA Tour logo, encircled by the pertinent tournament information on this significant Hal Sutton relic.

The Hal Sutton Collection
Hal Sutton's golf game flourished while growing up in his hometown of Shreveport, Louisiana. In fact the highly touted amateur golfer chose to stay closeby after high school and went to local Centenary College. It wouldn't take much time for the All American to put his school and town on the national golfing map when he received 'Golf Magazine's 1980 College Player of the Year' after 14 victories and lifting the small liberal arts school to 9th in the Nation. Unsurprisingly Hal Sutton would find great success at the professional level, notching 14  PGA Tour victories between 1982 and 2001. The 1983 season was a one for Sutton, earning PGA Tour Player of the Year honors as the leading money winner and the new accolade of 'major champion.' Sports Illustrated's golf writer Dan Jenkins' emphatically recapped his 1983 PGA Championship triumph with "There's a New Bear on the Loose - Hal Sutton Put a Death Grip on the PGA Championship To Stop a Classic Jack Nicklaus Charge." This came only months after his The Players Championship at TPC Sawgrass win. Representing his country became a common role Sutton found himself in, as a 4-time Ryder Cup player in 1985, 1987, 1999, and 2002, before being chosen as the Ryder Cup Captain in 2004. He was a victorious Walker Cup team member in 1979 and 1981. <br><br>After playing two decades on the tour Hal began to shift his attention to philanthropy, with that soon becoming a main focus. This didn't go unnoticed in the golfing community and Sutton was the 2007 Payne Stewart Award recipient. He would raise more than $2 million with fellow Louisiana natives David Toms and Kelly Gibson for Hurricane Katrina and Rita victims. The Golf Auction has been very appreciative of the opportunity to offer some of Hal's Collection, including his 1998 TOUR Championship Calamity Jane Trophy, Gold Plated Scotty Cameron Putter for 2000 Players Win and all four of his 2000 Players Championship winning scorecards when it was "The Right Club."

Get ready to bid at 9pm ET on Sunday, July 18th when the 2021 July Auction comes to a close and enters extended bidding. All initial bids must be placed before 9pm ET Sunday, July 18th. The auction will end on a LOT BY LOT basis. Please contact us if you have any questions regarding the end of auction rules. Thank you for your support. - The Golf Auction


Place your bids now as this auction will close LOT BY LOT beginning at 9:00pm ET Sunday, July 18th. When placing INITIAL bid, you must agree to the terms BEFORE confirming your bid. All items that have received multiple bids in the auction will be eligible for the extended bidding period. Each lot will have its OWN COUNTDOWN CLOCK set for a 30-minute interval starting at 9pm ET. The clock will extend 30-minutes from the time of the most recently placed bid for that lot. If no bids are placed on that lot during a 30-minute period, the lot will close. Place your bids now!

1. You must place your initial bids BEFORE extended bidding begins to bid on the item in extended bidding
2. During extended bidding, you are allowed to bid only on items you PREVIOUSLY placed a bid on.
3. All lots with only ONE or NO BIDS will close at 9pm ET
4. All lots will begin closing on a LOT BY LOT basis at 9pm ET

**Once extended bidding starts at 9pm ET, each lot will then begin closing with its own 30-minute countdown timer. Lots without a bid during extended bidding will close at 9:30pm ET. We recommend you place your maximum bid(s) prior to that time. Thank you**

Please Note: A 17.5% Buyer's Premium will be applied to each item won in auction

Hal Sutton's Winner's 1998 TOUR Championship 10k Gold MedalHal Sutton's Winner's 1998 TOUR Championship 10k Gold MedalHal Sutton's Winner's 1998 TOUR Championship 10k Gold MedalHal Sutton's Winner's 1998 TOUR Championship 10k Gold MedalHal Sutton's Winner's 1998 TOUR Championship 10k Gold MedalHal Sutton's Winner's 1998 TOUR Championship 10k Gold MedalHal Sutton's Winner's 1998 TOUR Championship 10k Gold MedalHal Sutton's Winner's 1998 TOUR Championship 10k Gold Medal
Hal Sutton's Winner's 1998 TOUR Championship 10k Gold Medal
Click above for larger image.
Current Bidding
Minimum Bid: $600.00
Final prices include buyers premium.: $7,508.35
Number Bids: 15
Auction closed on Sunday, July 18, 2021.
Email A Friend
Ask a Question
Have One To Sell

Auction Notepad


You may add/edit a note for this item or view the notepad:  

Submit    Delete     View all notepad items