This vintage sports wall hanging features Jack Nicklaus and the trophy he received after winning the 1970 World Series of Golf. This was the fourth time Nicklaus had won this award.
Details About This Item:
- The inside dimensions are 10 x 13 - Overall frame size is 11 x 14
- The semi-gloss photograph of Jack Nicklaus is 6.5 x 8
- The frame is solid wood in a light brown finish
- It has a cloud white matte and a 1.75 border from frame to image
- It is covered in glass
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More on The Career of Jack Nicklaus:
Many observers regard Jack Nicklaus as the greatest golfer of all time. During a span of more than 25 years, he won a record 18 major championships while producing 19 second-place and 9 third-place finishes. Nicklaus focused on the major championships—Masters Tournament, U.S. Open, Open Championship and PGA Championship—and played a selective schedule of regular PGA Tour events, yet still finished with 73 victories, third on the all-time list behind Sam Snead (82) and Tiger Woods (79).
Nicklaus turned professional in 1961 at the age of 21. His first professional win was a major championship, the 1962 U.S. Open, when he defeated Palmer by three shots in a next day 18-hole playoff. This win over Palmer began the on-course rivalry between the two golf superstars. In 1966, Nicklaus won the Masters Tournament for the second year in a row, becoming the first golfer to achieve this distinction. He also won The Open Championship, completing his career slam of major championships. At age 26, he became the youngest to do so at the time. He won another Open Championship in 1970