Only 30 Made | Signed & Hand Numbered by Sir Nick | 100% of Proceeds to Charity


Celebrate  30 years since Sir Nick's first Masters win and help support  his global efforts to grow junior golf across the world.

30 for 30

On April 9, 1989, Sir Nick Faldo drained a 25-foot birdie putt on the second playoff hole (par-4 11th at Augusta National Golf Club) to defeat Scott Hoch and win the 53rd Masters — his first of three green jackets.

Celebrating the 30th anniversary of this career-defining moment, Sir Nick has created this commemorative print, with 100% of proceeds going directly to charity.

These Limited-Edition prints — signed by Sir Nick — include a nod to the club’s name for the 11th hole at Augusta National GC (“White Dogwood”), as well as the official Faldo Shield metallic seal. 

Each of the 30 portraits is hand signed, numbered, and personally inscribed by Sir Nick: "The Sweetest Putt I've Ever Made!"  Each print comes with a hand-numbered letter from Sir Nick thanking you for supporting efforts to grow junior golf around the world.

These 18 x 24 prints come professionally framed — and are a must-have for the ultimate golf enthusiast's collection.