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Nicklaus, Jack - 1966 Open Champion

It was the sixth of eighteen major titles for Jack Nicklaus and marked the completion of the first of his three career grand slams. The 95th Open Championship took place at Muirfield and for the first time was extended to four days, running from Wednesday to Saturday, which was welcomed by players and spectators alike.

Nicklaus has described Muirfield as "the best golf course in Britain." He later developed a championship golf course and community in Dublin, Ohio, a suburb north of his hometown of Columbus. Opened in 1974, Nicklaus named it Muirfield Village and it hosts his Memorial Tournament, a top invitational event on the PGA Tour since 1976.

Jack Nicklaus is shown holding the first of his career total three Claret Jugs as well as a beautifully autographed 1966 Open Golden Bear trading card.

Framed Dimensions: 17 1/2" x 25"

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Item: ASC504-66


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