A few months into his first term in the White House, former U.S. President Bill Clinton showed up unannounced in Pennsylvania. The Chief Executive sojourn was not a political or diplomatic endeavor, but rather an afternoon of golf at Fayetteville’s Penn National Golf Club. The offered lot contains (3) autographed items from that sunny Independence Day on the links. Includes: Signed Scorecard a thick stock item signed on the front nine scoring grid in black marker (“9-10” strength). In a foursome with a former aide and two course employees, Clinton fared worst of all, logging an 87 for 18 holes; Signed Cap an adjustable white wool baseball cap with the course logo embroidered to the front center; signed by Clinton on the bill (black marker, “8” strength); Signed Letter dated “July 27, 1994” on White House letterhead, the typewritten letter is a thank you note addressed to the Penn National club Pro; signed by Clinton in black ink (“8-9” strength). Auction LOA from JSA.
Also included is a 1995 White House holiday greetings card with Bill and Hillary facsimile signatures. The cover design is an artist's rendering of The Blue Room, complete with Christmas tree and decorations.
Additionally, a Camp David "Season's Greeting" card is inscribed "From all of us at camp" in an unknown hand.
Also included is a Philadelphia PGA newsletter and a 10x8 color print of former President Clinton greeting a fellow golfer.