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Hogan, Ben - 1953 Colonial Invitational

The Colonial Invitational, titled for sponsorship reasons as the Charles Schwab Challenge since 2019, is a professional golf tournament on the PGA Tour, played annually at Colonial Country Club, which organizes the event.

The tournament is unofficially associated with Ben Hogan (1912–1997), the long-time Fort Worth resident who won the tournament five times, the most of any player. One of the top players in golf history, he won nine major titles, six after a near-fatal automobile collision in 1949 that kept him hospitalized for two months. Hogan's final three major wins were consecutive in 1953; a statue of him at swing completion is near the clubhouse.

This historic piece of golf history has been boldly signed by Ben Hogan

Framed Dimensions: 26" x 26"

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Item: ASD412