Michael Jordan’s custom golf gear from the 1990s now available at auction

Golden Age Golf Auctions

Chicago Bulls legend Michael Jordan is an obsessive golfer, and he uses some awesome custom golf equipment, too. Thanks to Golden Age Golf Auctions, you can now own pieces of Jordan’s custom collection that he personally used and signed.

Golden Age Golf Auctions

The auction items that are available include a signed Nike Jumpman staff bag, a super-custom signed Jordan/Bulls driver, a set of Wilson Fat Shaft Tour Cast irons (1-PW, GW, SW, LW), a signed Michael Jordan Celebrity Invitational hat, a 1996 American Silver Eagle dollar, and one red Michael Jordan custom golf tee. The package of items includes certificates of authenticity and UDAs (Upper Deck Authenticated). The current bid is $2,500+ and climbing with 16 days left to bid; the auction ends on May 23.

Golden Age Golf Auctions

According to the Golden Age Golf Auctions listing, Jordan used this golf gear circa 1990, which means he played with this equipment during his championship-winning days on the Chicago Bulls. The auction site says the equipment was given to Hunt Auctions by Michael Jordan “about 10 years ago” when Jordan moved out of his famous Chicago residence.

Golden Age Golf Auctions

The highlight of the set (at least for me) is Jordan’s custom, one-off persimmon driver, which features an engraved Bulls logo on the crown, Jordan’s UDA autograph, and “M.J.” engraved on the sole. It’s also equipped with a Chicago Bulls-red shaft for extra flair.

Golden Age Golf Auctions

In addition to this Jordan package, make sure to check out the full Spring 2020 auction list, because it includes a number of items you don’t want to miss.

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Andrew Tursky

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Andrew Tursky is the Senior Equipment Editor at GOLF Magazine and GOLF.com.