An original tournament-used scorecard, used by Jack Nicklaus during the fourth round of the 1981 Inverrary Classic in Lauderhill, Florida (now known as the Cognizant Classic in Palm Beach, Florida).

Nicklaus signed the completed scorecard after shooting a very respectable 68!

Johnny Miller also signed the scorecard as the Marker.

(Tom Kite won this tournament in 1981.  Nicklaus won it in 1977 and 1978 and Johnny Miller won it in 1983).

Tournament used pieces from a golfer of this stature are very rare.

Museum-quality frame. Framed with an 11″x14″ photo of Nicklaus.

Sold with a Full Page Letter of Authenticity from independent third-party authenticator PSA/DNA.


The Cognizant Classic is a professional golf tournament on the PGA Tour in Palm Beach Florida. It was founded in 1972 as Jackie Gleason’s Inverrary Classic, and prior to a schedule change in 2021 was frequently the first of the Florida events in late winter following the “West Coast Swing.”

National Airlines was the sponsor in 1973 with Gleason, and American Motors Corporation (AMC) backed it in 1981. From 1982 to 2023, American Honda Motor Company (Honda) was the title sponsor, and it was known as The Honda Classic. In late 2023, Cognizant was announced as the new title sponsor.

After years of moving from course to course, The Cognizant Classic found its home in 2007 on PGA National Resort’s Champion course.  The tournament’s main beneficiary is the Nicklaus Children’s Health Care Foundation, which is chaired by Barbara Nicklaus, the wife of Jack Nicklaus.