Golf’s Ardent Fans Continue to Support the PGA REACH Collection Online Auction

Golf’s Ardent Fans Continue to Support the PGA REACH Collection Online Auction

April 06, 2020 by Bob Denney, PGA Historian

With the golf world on pause, many of the game’s most passionate followers have maintained a fascination in acquiring memorabilia while supporting the PGA REACH Collection online auction.

Managed by The Golf Auction of Tampa, Florida, the auction is in its 11th cycle at With more than 900 items available, featuring nearly 80 pieces that benefit the PGA REACH foundation, The Golf Auction energizes fans and collectors who have been missing golfers savoring a course.

PGA REACH is the 501(c)(3) charitable foundation of the PGA of America. PGA REACH positively impacts the lives of youth, military, and diverse populations by enabling access to PGA Professionals, PGA Sections and the game of golf.

The Golf Auction has spent the last 10-plus years spreading the history of golf around the globe through clubs, medals, balls, art, pottery, tickets, trophies, scorecards, badges, and much more.The current auction cycle concludes Sunday, April 12, at 9:00 p.m. ET, with extended bidding to follow.

Among the featured PGA REACH Collection items include:

Jack Nicklaus Signed Official Used 1971 PGA Championship FINAL ROUND Scorecard - 9th of 18 Majors JSA ALOA

Jamie Anderson Long Nose Driver Stamped J. Anderson with Lambskin Grip - 44” Tall

Jack Nicklaus’ Personal 9-Iron Gifted to 1989 Ryder Cup Honorary Captain President Bush

Pinehurst 2 Course 5th Hole Original Oil On Board Painting Signed by Artist Mil Radler - 1979

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