P. Stewart’s household promoting late golfer’s assortment


Tracey Stewart, the widow of PGA Tour golfer Payne Stewart, is promoting greater than 200 objects from her late husband’s private assortment with The Golf Public sale, accessible now by means of March 14.

Stewart died in a airplane crash in 1999 on the age of 42. He was survived by Tracey and their two youngsters, Aaron and Chelsea, and the household is now sharing some golf artifacts they’ve been holding onto since Stewart’s dying.

“Over time so many individuals have reached out to share how a lot Payne impacted their lives or the lived of their family members,” Tracey mentioned in a press release. “I’m happy to share these things as a reminder of how a lot Payne loved golf, however much more, how a lot he loved individuals. I hope these will turn out to be treasured mementos that may encourage and encourage individuals in the identical approach Payne lived his life.”

A few of the objects on the market embrace Stewart’s participant’s badge from the 1999 U.S. Open at Pinehurst, the place Stewart famously made a 15-foot putt on the 18th gap on Sunday to win the event. His celebration pose is enshrined at Pinehurst with a life-size bronze statue on property.

Different event badges are on the market in addition to commemorative plates and crystal glasses from The Masters representing numerous accomplishments, together with eagles within the 1983 and 1993 tournaments. His private golf golf equipment, cufflinks and footwear are additionally accessible to buy.

Stewart was well-known for his private model, carrying knickers, excessive socks and a driving hat in most tournaments. His full outfits from numerous outings are additionally accessible within the public sale, and every merchandise bought will include a letter from Tracey.

“Seldom does an public sale home have the chance to current an intact assortment from one among golf’s historic gamers like Payne Stewart,” Brad Roberts, V.P. of gross sales, advertising and consignment for The Golf Public sale mentioned.

Stewart received the 1989 PGA Championship, the 1991 and 1999 U.S. Open, was a member of 5 Ryder Cup groups and had 11 PGA Tour wins in his Corridor of Fame profession.

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