Samuel Ryder's desk is just one of the items included in the auction.
Courtesy of Pure Golf Auction
By Alana Johnson
Wednesday, February 24, 2016

Want to learn how to handle stress on the links like Ben Hogan? A copy of Howard Miller's How to Relax, owned by The Hawk himself, will be up for bidding as part of the inaugural Pure Golf Auction between March 1 and March 15.

Other memorabilia will include a Pinehurst No. 2 staff bag signed by Tiger Woods, a featherie golf ball from 1840, Samuel Ryder's work desk from 1916, a photo of Hogan practicing at Wentworth in 1953, along with scores of first addition books and original paintings by artists including Richard Chorley and Arthur Weaver.

There is even a 1:2000 scale replica of the Royal and Ancient clubhouse made by a golf-loving NASA scientist.

All of the items can be viewed online after registering for the auction at

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