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Old 09-13-2012, 02:45 PM
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Default Some great Items on the Marketplace at GolfCardsForSale.com

Have you checked out our site lately? A few weeks back we added the MARKETPLACE to the website. This is an area featuring items for sale by other collectors to buyers like you.

The Ryder Cup is just around the corner and the first tee times begin on September 28th at Medinah, Illinois.

One item I wanted to mention to those who collect golf items is a fabulous piece with ties to one of the most famous Ryder Cups from a Team USA perspective.

http://www.golfcardsforsale.com/geoff-Crenshaw/

A Ben Crenshaw 1999 Ryder Cup signed Sunday Shirt! - Jeff Rose produced this very unique shirt for the team to wear on Sunday of the 1999 Ryder Cup at Brookline. It must of worked because the team came back from the largest European lead of all time to win on Justin Leonard's memorable putt. Each player and captain were provided two shirts. This is one of the two provided to Mr. Crenshaw. It is autographed on the front left chest. This shirt comes with a LOA from Eddie Merrins (The Lil Pro) whom Ben gave the shirt to shortly after the tournament. Incredibly rare shirt from the most memorable Ryder Cup of all time.

Be sure to check out this item, as well as other great autograph and memorabilia pieces under the MARKETPLACE tab, and also check out remaining selection of Golf Cards still available for sale.

www.golfcardsforsale.com
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