1935 Masters Final Round ticket signed by Bobby Jones and Lawson Little.









      
Lot 6. 1935 Masters Final Round ticket signed by Bobby Jones and Lawson Little.

Minimum Bid  $10,000
A near perfect ticket from one of the most memorable golf rounds. Gene Sarazen’s double eagle moved him into a tie on the final round of Augusta National’s second Masters and was dubbed “ the shot heard round the world”. The ticket was signed by Bobby Jones and Lawson Little on the rear. Little finished 6th as an amateur. A remarkably similar ticket was auctioned by Green Jacket Auction in August of last year. It was also a Final round green ticket, was signed in pencil by Jones and Horton Smith (instead of Lawson Little) and was number #537 instead of #578. It brought $20,315. The ticket is in excellent condition and both signatures are clear. The ticket was originally in the Mark Emerson collection and is accompanied by a Mike Guiterrez/Mike Baker GAI certificate and I’m sure Mr. Emerson would also be able to confirm the authenticity. Enlarged scans of the front and back of the ticket are available on request. THERE IS A RESERVE ON THIS LOT. Minimum Bid $10,000


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