Arnold Palmer “won his first Green Jacket at Augusta National in 1958. From then until 1965 the four time Masters winner either won, and received the Green Jacket, or awarded, the “ultimate symbol of golfing greatness” for eight consecutive years. Arnold Palmer won the coveted Green Jacket in 1958, 1960, 1962 and finally in 1964. Arnold Palmer awarded the Green Jacket to the winner in 1959 (Art Wall); 1961 (Gary Player); 1963 (Jack Nicklaus); and 1965 (Jack Nicklaus). The collage is matted and framed as shown with an 8x10 black and white photo of Arnold Palmer in 1962 presenting the founder of the Augusta National Golf Club Robert T Jones Jr. with a ball he had used during the final round, with Clifford Roberts looking on. The Silver “Clubhouse” trophy can be seen on the table, the second year it was presented. On the left are four images of Arnold Palmer receiving the Green Jacket, while the right hand images are of Arnold Palmer presenting the winner his Green Jacket. Two 12x2 inch black and gold informative plaques are also present. Double matted and framed in Narrow black “leather” with gold accent, to an approximate overall size of 22x28x1 inches. Ready to hang.