This is amongst the rarest of all Master's memorabilia. It is the only known example of a Master’s scorecard from any year that is in the Public Domain. It is accompanied by an authentication letter from Frank Christian (Master’s Historian) that states that it is Sarazen’s scorecard from the 1935 tournament in which he scored a Double Eagle to win. It would have been his scorecard from the 2nd round. It is the most sought after and valuable Tournament Scorecard that we know of. It resides in a private collection (collector wishes to remain anonymous). Estimated Value - $55,000 and Upwards.