With six green jackets to his name, Nicklaus has an incredible legacy at Augusta National. His wins spanned three decades: the 1960s (1963, 1965, 1966), ’70s (1972, 1975) and ’80s (1986). Woods is second on the all-time-Masters-wins list with five, while Arnold Palmer is next on the list with four.
Nicklaus won his final Masters at age 46, bringing his major championship total to 18 — a record that remains untouched to this day.
That’s why artist Lee Wybranski, who has long provided artwork for the USGA, decided to immortalize Nicklaus’ Masters wins in one limited-edition print. Each of Wybranski’s six depictions of Nicklaus capture him in an iconic moment at Augusta National from his winning year.
Now, you can own a piece of golf history by purchasing one of these limited-edition prints. Only 86 were produced, and all of them have been signed by both Wybranski and Nicklaus.
Whether you’re an ardent collector of golf memorabilia or simply a fan of the game, this print is the ultimate piece of artwork for any Masters-lover. Check it out in detail below.
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JACK NICKLAUS at AUGUSTA (Autographed by Jack Nicklaus & Lee Wybranksi)
The Jack Nicklaus at Augusta prints are now available to purchase! Act fast as this limited-edition offering won’t be around for long. These are autographed by The Golden Bear himself and famed artist lee Wybranski.
About the prints:
When Wybranski set out to paint his Masters-piece, the only subject more colorful than Augusta National itself was Jack Nicklaus, the tournament’s greatest champion.
Lee Wybranski standard JACK NICKLAUS at AUGUSTA print
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Any student of Nicklaus will recognize the six iconic moments Wybranski captures from the Nicklaus-at-Augusta canon:
• Nicklaus’ first Masters win, in ’63, Big Jack in the gray and-blue golfing uniform of the era.
• His second, in ’65, a porkpie hat high on his head, a red-and-blue ribbon above its brim.
• His third, in ’66, swaddled in a yellow cardigan.
• His fourth, in ’72, in electric-blue pants.
• His fifth, in ’75, in bright white bell-bottoms.
• And his sixth, in ’86, in thigh-hugging gray plaid trousers.
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