Augusta National Sign Goes for $25K

A piece of Augusta National history is gone for a cool $25,000. The entrance sign was sold in an auction after it had been thrown in the garbage in the 1960s only to be retrieved in 2010. I guess the saying, “One man’s junk is another man’s treasure”, is really true.

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