Today at Millionaire Gallery, we’re celebrating two of the greatest golfers of all time: Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus. It was on this very day back in 1963 that Jack Nicklaus won the PGA Championship for the first time.
In the same year, he won the Masters Tournament, after dominating at the US Open only one year before. And he was the first person ever to win all four majors that make up a Golf Grand Slam, adding the Open Championship trophy to his collection in 1966. Nicklaus went on to smash golfing records throughout the 1960s and 1970s. In later life, he has turned his hand to writing and presenting Golf My Way which is a best-selling book and video course. He has crowned his trophy cabinet with perhaps the greatest achievement of them all; a Congressional Gold Medal.
Arnold Palmer was already a powerful presence in golf when Nicklaus began to make his name. He also won at the US Open Championship, the Masters Tournament and, the PGA Championship during the 1960s. He also earned the highest honours from the United States, with a Congressional Gold Medal and the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
We are proud to present this very special collector’s item in tribute to Nicklaus and Palmer’s long and illustrious careers. Centered in an elegant, wood frame, the two friends and rivals are shown during the Masters Tournament, standing out against the vivid green of Hole 13 at the Augusta National Golf Club. This collectible display also includes the two titans’ scorecards from the match, with signatures examined and certified authentic by experts.
Don’t miss this unique opportunity to own a part of golfing history!