Gene Sarazen's double eagle in the final round of 1935 is known as the shot that put the Masters Tournament on the map. Without that one shot and the press coverage that followed, perhaps the Masters may have never become the Major Championship that we know today.
Presented here is a gorgeous wood box commemorating Gene Sarazen's double eagle. The box contains a sterling silver replica of Sarazen's 4 wood. The dedication plate and box plate are also made of sterling silver as is the ball marker. This set was produced in the 1990s when Gene Sarazen was still alive, and it has been autographed by the great champion. Numbered 209/1935.