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2021-03-08 7:40:11 AM  
Look, up in the sky.  It's a bird, it's a Payne.
 
2021-03-08 10:55:32 AM  
"Seldom does an auction house have the opportunity to present an intact collection from one of golf's historic players like Payne Stewart," Brad Roberts, V.P. of sales, marketing and consignment for The Golf Auction said.

Ok, we get it - the family wants to get some cash out of that stuff while there are still rich people alive who remember who he was. Good golfer who won 11 tournaments and wore old-fashioned pants. They won't be breaking any records on this auction.
 
2021-03-08 11:18:13 AM  
Off topic, but no, farking in Denver is not a loophole on joining the Mile High Club.  Not even if it's in whateverthefarkthesponseris Field @ Mile High.
 
2021-03-08 4:09:04 PM  

JohnBigBootay: "Seldom does an auction house have the opportunity to present an intact collection from one of golf's historic players like Payne Stewart," Brad Roberts, V.P. of sales, marketing and consignment for The Golf Auction said.

Ok, we get it - the family wants to get some cash out of that stuff while there are still rich people alive who remember who he was. Good golfer who won 11 tournaments and wore old-fashioned pants. They won't be breaking any records on this auction.


Records? No. But this is a good time to sell.
 
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