“Ben” Hogan: (1912-1977) American professional golfer, generally considered one of the greatest players in the history of the game. Noted for, his profound influence on the golf swing theory, and his legendary ball-striking. Won 68, professional events including the Masters, 1951, 1953; U.S Open, 1948, 1950, 1951, 1953; The Open, 1953; and the PGA, 1946, 1948. Had the greatest year ever in golf in 1953, when he entered six events, won five, and three of them, were Majors. 1974 World Golf Hall of Fame, Inductee. Arnold Palmer: American professional golfer. One of the greatest in history. The first superstar, of the sport's, television age. 95 Professional Victories, including The Masters, 1958, 1960, 1962, 1964; The U.S. Open, 1960; and the Open Championship 1961, 1962. 1974 World Golf Hall Of Fame Inductee. A color image showing Hogan and Palmer waiting on the second tee during the third round of the Masters Tournament in 1966, smoking, matted and framed as shown with an informative plaque.