Ben Hogan 1957 – Impact – SPECIAL LOW PRICE!
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This rare color photograph ( large 20″ x 24″) shows Ben Hogan in action just before impacting a drive. The club is a blur of speed.
This photo was used by Anthony Ravielli (Ravielli illustrated Golf Digest instruction articles for almost 30 years) to create the drawing which appears opposite the title page in ”Five Lessons: The Modern Fundamentals of Golf”
Five Lessons: The Modern Fundamentals of Golf by Ben Hogan. ”GOOD GOLF BEGINS WITH A GOOD GRIP, THE AVERAGE GOLFER IS ENTIRELY CAPABLE OF BUILDING A REPEATING SWING AND BREAKING 80″. This Photo was also later featured on the cover of some versions of the book, and as the Ben Hogan company logo. Enjoy this surprise find.
NOW IN LIMITED STOCK available as only a 20″x24″ photograph or as part of a 2 piece Specialty Item of ours exclusively, BM14-1002. Order now and be one of the first to own this masterpiece. $159.99 unframed and now only $239.99 framed.
Framed out to approximately 28″X34″ Recommended framing option – Dark Wanut/Rope frame with Black on White archival double matting and our specially engraved brass plaque.