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Nicklaus, Jack - 1986 Autographed Masters Badge

The 1986 Masters Tournament saw Jack Nicklaus win his record 18th professional major with a historic one-stroke victory. He shot a final round 65 (−7), with a back nine of 30 (−6), for a total score of 279 (−9). At age 46, he became the oldest winner of the Masters and the second-oldest winner of any major championship, behind Julius Boros, who was 48 when he captured the PGA Championship in 1968. The win also gave Nicklaus a record six Masters victories, the first in 1963, less than ten months after his first major win at the 1962 U.S. Open. The 23-year span of Masters victories and 24-year span of major victories are also records.

This 1986 Masters admission badge has been boldly signed by Jack Nicklaus.

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Item: AS18791