Golf fans spent tons of money at the U.S. Open this past week, but some of the best pieces of memorabilia can still be bought at value prices.
The Metropolitan Golf Foundation, the charitable arm of the Metropolitan Golf Association, has put the official U.S. Open scorecards strips up for bid. The proceeds will go to the Long Island Caddie Scholarship Fund.
As of 2:30 p.m. ET, Lucas Glover's winning scorecard strip was only selling for $460. Phil Mickelson's scorecard was at $400, Tiger Woods' scorecard was at $300 and Ricky Barnes could be had for a bargain basement price of $110.
The scorecards were penned by the USGA's scorekeeper Mark Passey. Here's the segment we did on Passey and the dying art form.
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