About Tommy Aaron Autographed Memorabilia & Collectibles
Best remembered for his moment of earning the honor in The Masters, also known as The US Masters, Tommy Aaron was in Gainesville, Georgia on February 22, 1973. The said competition that Aaron had attended is among the four renowned major championships that have been established in the professional golf, men’s category.
Even at an early age, Tommy Aaron had already been into the wonderful world of golf. At the age of 12, he had proven many by grabbing various titles from different awarding bodies such as the Southern Amateurs, as well as the Georgia Opens. What also made people’s attention directed to Aaron was that he had made it to the history of golf even if he hadn’t have any taken course regarding the golf game.
In the year 1960, Aaron became professional. He then snatched his first victory honor nine years later during the Canadian Open. His fortunate fate had continued with several awards earned in every game. Among the PGA Tours he had won were the Atlanta Classic, and The Masters. He was also able to take home the Trophee Lancome which he got in France in 1972. Another recognition that he acquired was the Kaanapali Classic, which he took during the competition in Kahuku, Hawaii.
Take a chance to take home Aaron’s cool memorabilia such as his 2000 Masters multi-signed flag with 10 signatures of PGA Golfers, and also the Maters multi-signed flag in Sportsmemorabilia.com. Tommy Aaron’s name is often mistaken by people as Tami Aaron, Tomy Aaron, Toamy Aaron, Tom Aaron, Tim Aaron, Tommy Aaron, and Tommy Aarone.