Floyd, Ray Autographed Photo
Born: September 4, 1942 in Fort Bragg, NC.
In 1976, the 40th anniversary of The Masters saw one of the most impressive performances in major championship history as Raymond Floyd lapped the field and set or tied a number of scoring records.
Floyd shot 65-66-70-70 to really never be challenged in an eight-stroke victory over Ben Crenshaw. Floyd's 271 total tied the record set by Nicklaus in 1965. His 22 birdies and lone eagle also set a record for sub-par scores.
Ray Floyd added the 1969 and 1982 PGA Championship and 1986 U.S. Open and won a total of 22 tournaments on the PGA Tour. He also played in 8 Ryder Cups and captained the 1989 team. Ray Floyd was elected to The World Golf Hall of Fame in 1989.
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This 8" x 10" autographed photo has been authenticated by JSA.