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5 B&W Golf Photos – Palmer, Berg, Hicks, MacKinnon and Chapman.

Lot 610. 5 B&W Golf Photos – Palmer, Berg, Hicks, MacKinnon and Chapman. Two members of the first World Golf Hall of Fame class are represented in this group – Arnold Palmer and Patty Berg. Palmer leans on a golf club in an 8” x 10” photo; vg+ to ex. Berg, Betty Hicks and Betty MacKinnon are the subjects of separate 8” x 10” Wilson Advisory Staff photos; ex to ex+. A founding member of the LPGA and its first president, Berg holds the record (15) for career major tournament victories. In 1941, Hicks won the U.S. Women's Amateur, and Associated Press named her the Female Athlete of the Year. Besides being a professional golfer, she was a golf coach and teacher, aviator and author. MacKinnon joined the pro golf tour in 1950and won at Inverness in 1954. Dick Chapman is shown in a 4.75” x 7” wire photo; his image was trimmed from a larger photo. Vg-ex. According to “Time” magazine, Chapman was “the Ben Hogan of amateur golf.” He won U.S. and international amateur golf tournaments from 1939 into the 1960s. Winning Bid $20.    

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