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Nicklaus, Jack Autographed Douglas London Print

One of golf's iconic images -- Jack Nicklaus raising his putter into the air in celebration of his strong finish to take the Masters victory - his sixth - in 1986 at Augusta.

At 46, Jack Nicklaus was not considered a serious contender for the 1986 Masters Champion title. But he was near the lead on that Sunday at Augusta, and the buzz kept building. There were many memorable shots on that back nine, but it's hard to beat the putt on 17, for birdie, and one of the most famous calls in golf history. Nicklaus rolled in what CBS called an 18-footer for birdie, and he knew it was good before it disappeared, raising his putter with his left hand as it fell. "Yes, sir!" Verne Lundquist said on the CBS telecast. And for the first time in 11 years, Nicklaus had the lead in the Masters by himself. It was Nicklaus' 18th major title, and 73rd PGA Tour win.

Jack Nicklaus is depicted after winning the 1986 Masters Championship as well as a newspaper headlining his sixth Masters victory. The print has been signed by both Nicklaus and the artist, Douglas London. Edition number 7/950.

Framed Dimensions: 22" x 35"

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Item: AS18800