The 1968 Masters Tournament was the most controversial ending to a Masters Tournament, if not any Major Championship, in history. The late Roberto de Vicenzo always held a grudge about the scoring error at the end of the tournament. Eventual Masters Champion Bob Goalby has also never felt comfortable by the fact that he's rarely given credit for his Masters Tournament victory without De Vicenzo's name coming up.
Autograph collectors and students of golf history will understand how rare this autographed scorecard is, as it was nearly impossible to get Bob Goalby and Roberto De Vicenzo to dual-sign anything. Especially an Augusta National scorecard. Both autographs are high grade.