Bid in the Golden Age Current Golf Auction ending December 10, 2022 Auction. Hundreds of golf memorabilia items up for bid including championship trophies, autographs, tickets, books, art, flags and much more! Items from Tiger, Jack, Palmer, Hogan and more! The auction is highlighted by – Tiger Woods’ Worn 2010 Masters Tournament Red Shirt. Bid, view and register at goldenagegolfauctions.com.
We have the extreme privilege of offering the next great golf collectible – Tiger Woods’ Sunday Red shirt from the 2010 Masters Tournament. The 2010 Masters marked Tiger’s return to golf after his infamous 2009 Thanksgiving car crash and resulting fallout. Despite not playing golf since that fateful day, Tiger was back. The fact that he was in contention seemed largely irrelevant, yet ended up adding to his legend.
Tiger added a huge autograph to the shirt he wore that Sunday, and added the inscription “2010 Masters Final Round.” He did this for his exclusive memorabilia partner Upper Deck. It is our understanding that this is the only Sunday Red shirt from the Masters Tournament that has ever left Tiger’s possession.
This shirt highlights our Winter Auction, which has over 500 lots up for auction, from $25 to over $100,000.
- Tiger Woods’ Sunday Red Shirt from 2010 Masters Tournament
- Tiger Woods’ Personal Nike Putter w/ Mark Steinberg Letter
- Phil Mickelson’s Scotty Cameron Putter from PGA Tour Win #21 (w/ Mickelson Confirmation!)
- Tiger Woods’ Sunday 2000 US Open Golf Glove (Signed & Inscribed by Tiger)
- 1930 British Amateur Program (Bobby Jones Grand Slam at St Andrews)
- 1937 Mills Upright Golf Ball Slot Machine
- High Grade Tiger Woods Signed Nike Golf Ball
- Scotland’s Gift: Golf Signed Limited 1st Edition by C.B. Macdonald
- Tom Doak’s Confidential Guide (Scarce 1989 2nd Edition of Only 20 Copies!)
- Complete Run of Masters Badges 1962-2020
- 1926 British Amateur Bobby Jones PSA Type 1 Original Photograph
This auction has items from $20 to $100,000+. We truly have something for every golfer.
The Auction ends Saturday, December 10, 20222. Extended bidding begins at 8p Eastern. At that time, our auction will end on a 30 minute Lot by Lot basis. Mark your calendars.
Our Auction ends this weekend! Very Important: all initial bids must be placed by 8p Eastern December 10, 2022. At that time, the 30 minute Lot-by-Lot closing rules will apply (read more below if this is new to you).
Here’s what you need to know:
- All initial bids must be placed by 8p Eastern December 10, 20222.
- At 8p Eastern, Extended Hours Bidding begins. At that time, you may only bid on those exact lots you’ve previously bid on.
- Each lot will get its own 30 minute clock, which will be extended by 30 minutes any time that lot receives a bid. Once a lot does not receive a bid for 30 minutes, that lot will close.
- Please reach out if you have any questions or want to discuss a specific lot: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us. Contact Golden Age Auctions today at email@example.com
About Golden Age Golf Auctions
Golden Age Auctions is the leading golf collectibles and memorabilia auction house. The company was founded in 2006 by prominent golf collectors Ryan Carey and Bob Zafian due to the difficulty of buying and selling high quality golf memorabilia in the United States.
At a time when auction houses were routinely setting record prices for sports memorabilia, golf memorabilia had been left to the wayside. For the golf collector, this meant scouring baseball-heavy auction catalogs with hopes of finding a handful of golf items up for sale. Many of these golf lots often contained inaccurate or misleading information which led to much frustration for golf collectors. After Golden Age’s first auction in the summer of 2006, we quickly became the go-to destination for authentic golf collectibles and memorabilia. Over fifteen years later, we’re still delivering on that promise to collectors.
Golden Age’s reputation for integrity, expertise, and service has allowed us to work with many notable figures in the sport. We’ve bought, sold and appraised golf memorabilia for PGA Tour stars, Major Championship winners, golf museums, famous golf clubs, and celebrities. We’ve sold golf memorabilia to collectors around the world – over 50 countries at last count – and our auctions have been featured in notable publications such as Golf Digest, GOLF.com, ESPN, and many others.
Founder & President
Over the past fifteen years, Ryan has developed an extensive knowledge of golf history, collectibles, and memorabilia. His expertise spans a wide range of collecting categories and continues to evolve in order to best serve collectors. He is widely recognized as the leader in the industry and has been quoted in dozens of publications in golf and sports news. Ryan was a contributing author of the 2006 Gilchrist’s Guide to Golf Collectibles and also co-starred in the television show “Golf Treasures”, which aired on the Back9Network in 2015.
Vice President, Business Operations
Curtis is responsible for acquisitions, consignments, and business planning. He joined Golden Age in January of this year from Discovery, Inc. where he worked on strategy and operations for their global streaming service GOLFTV and Golf Digest. Curtis played golf at Georgetown University and is currently an MBA Candidate at NYU’s Stern School of Business.
TARA CAREY SCHUPPIG
Despite being Ryan’s younger sister, Tara is the unquestioned adult in the room. When Ryan and Curtis are conveniently unavailable on a nice Spring day, Tara will be the one to keep things running smoothly. Tara has multiple degrees from the University of Notre Dame, and was Captain of her high school golf team – a fact that her father points out to Ryan with annoying frequency.
Office Manager, Photography & Logistics
Larry’s passion is photography, which led us to him a few years ago. He is responsible for receiving all incoming consignments at our warehouse, taking exceptional photos of the memorabilia, and ensuring a smooth delivery to our winning bidders.