This wallet is crafted from an authentic ball recovered from the water surrounding the 17th Hole Island Green at TPC Sawgrass. Genuine TPC Sawgrass played golf balls, hit by pro and duffer alike, (mostly duffers) have been retrieved by a scuba diver from the water surrounding the iconic 17th hole Island Green at TPC Sawgrass, Ponte Vedra, Florida. Golf balls may feature scratches and wear from their watery demise. A variety of balls are pulled from the water thus the ball number may vary from the image.

Ball number available in our store is 2 in red ink, wallet is black leather.

Wallet is top quality pebble grain cow leather with polyester lining. Slim and light-weight with 2 card slots on back and inner pocket. Magnetic money clip on front. A metal plate is sewn into the wallet to protect magnetic cards. Each wallet comes gift-boxed with an authentication instruction card.

Each product is authenticated under the auspices of the PGA TOUR and carries a uniquely numbered hologram that allows fans to verify their item at PGA TOUR Authentication. A PGA TOUR official witnesses as balls are removed from the drink by a scuba diver. The official and his assistant then clean and adhere a hologram sticker to each ball. Once these balls are crafted into products, the Authentication Director at Tokens & Icons affixes a secure hologram to each item such that you can trace your piece of golf ball to its original pull. The PGA TOUR and Tokens & Icons are committed to ensuring all game used artifacts are genuine.

Dimensions: 3″ x  3 7/8″

About Tokens & Icons: Tokens & Icons has been turning authentic, nostalgic artifacts into functional gifts for more than 25 years. The company was founded upon becoming one of the first licensees of the New York City MTA with whom they continue to create cuff links that feature the iconic retired NY Subway tokens. From authentic vintage typewriter keys to a Pan Am fuselage to a variety of Game Used sports materials, Tokens & Icons aims to bring a new life and purpose to the memorable everyday objects of our past.