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Authentic Tiger Woods and Gary Player Autographed Double Major 20x24 Photo

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Gary Player
Tiger Woods
PGA Championship
US Open
The Open Championship
Upper Deck


MMO Golf is pleased to offer this unique double major photo of Tiger Woods and Gary Player. This dual-signed photo separates itself from the pack due to the career achievements that both of these athletes have made. The career Grand Slam in golf occurs when an athlete wins all four majors, Masters Tournament, U.S. Open, British Open and PGA Championship, at one point in their professional career. This rare accomplishment has only been done by 5 golfers ever, and two of them signed this particular image. Together, these men own 23 major Championships, including seven Masters titles.

This designed piece showcases 10 action images while highlighting key major championships that gave each of them the career Grand Slam. Player and Woods have signed this Double Major 20” x 24” image in black paint pen.

These signatures are deemed authentic by virtue of Upper Deck Authenticated’s Five-Step Process.

Please Note: This signed memorabilia will be shipping separate from your other MMO Golf items.

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