Tony Jacklin Signature Golf Balls #GolfCollecting

  The Tony Jacklin “Britisher” by Ajay Golf Products, Circa 1970. This signature golf ball is list on page 36 of Biocini’s guide and dated 1965. Tony Jacklin didn’t win his first major championship until 1969 and the Ajay Golf Products Company did not register their trademark until 1967, leading me to believe these golf balls were produced around 1970. […]

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Signature Golf Balls #GolfCollecting

Golf collecting includes many sub categories, such as, hickory shafted golf clubs, balls, books, tees, pencils, scorecards, ceramics, silver, art, programs, postcards, early golf magazines, and so many other categories. Signature golf ball collecting is one sub category of golf collecting, unlike many categories such as golf art, The Masters memorabilia, or golf antiques, the signature golf ball’s price range is […]

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Signature Golf Balls #GolfCollecting

Why Signature Golf Balls? Golf collecting includes many sub categories, such as, hickory shafted golf clubs, balls, books, tees, pencils, scorecards, ceramics, silver, art, programs, postcards, early golf magazines, and so many other categories. Signature golf ball collecting is one sub category of golf collecting, unlike many categories such as golf art, The Masters memorabilia, or golf antiques, the signature golf […]

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Old Golf Ball of the Day December 31, 2015

The Ken Venturi Championship golf balls produced by United States Rubber, circa 1960. Ken Venturi (May 15, 1931 – May 17, 2013) distinguished amateur golfer, professional golfer, and golf broadcaster. He won 14 tournaments on the PGA Tour including a major, the 1964 U.S. Open. Mr. Venturi was inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame in 2013. While coached […]

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