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The next frontier for golf memorabilia? Tournament-used scorecards: #PGATOUR

The next frontier for golf memorabilia? Tournament-used scorecards: #PGATOUR

What prompted the change? You can probably figure out at least one of the reasons. Woods' popularity had skyrocketed after his Tiger Slam and anything with his autograph on it sold for big dollars (much like Michael Jordan had done years earlier in basketball). A signed cap for a young fan at a golf tournament is one thing, but an official TOUR document signed by Tiger or any other player is a different level of collectible, certainly not one to be left untended. Before then, however, no mandatory procedure existed on what tournaments should do with the scorecards. Some were locked away. Some were just forgotten, maybe even thrown away. Some were given to people associated with the tournament, a reward for their hard work. Few thought there would be an interest in a bunch of old scorecards. It was just over a year ago that Gray was approached about the large stockpile of s...

Full article: http://www.pgatour.com/news/2014/01/28/memorabilia-used-s...

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