HANDS OF THE HAWK
“For myself and other serious golfers, there is an undeniable beauty in the way a fine player sets his hands on the club.” – Ben Hogan
George Coleman was an amateur golf champion, an accomplished business executive and most importantly Ben Hogan’s dear friend. In the 1980s he began a quest to have bronze castings of Mr. Hogan’s hands created – immortalizing what has become known as the perfect golf grip. Only three bronzes exist in the world – one in the United States Golf Association Museum in Far Hills, New Jersey; one on display at Colonial Country Club; and one in a private collection.
With the permission of Hogan’s living heirs we’ve commissioned a limited run of 100 “Hands of the Hawk” – bronze replicas of the original castings. The first 100 individuals who donate at a Major Gifts Level will receive one of these exclusive reproductions, complete with a letter of authenticity.
Once all 100 replicas have been issued, this opportunity will close, so don’t miss this rare chance to own an exclusive piece of Ben Hogan history!