As you can imagine, the flags that are actually used in PGA

Tournaments are very difficult to find.

Rarely are any ever offered for sale.

 For every tournament, as many as 54 flags are made. If a hole number

 is located on the flag, then 54 are usually ordered. This allows one to be

 used and 2  backups for each hole. If each flag does not have a

hole number,  then many less are needed. The extras are used if one

of the flags is stolen or is somehow damaged.

The winner of the tournament, or their caddie always keeps the

flag from the 18th hole. Nowadays, the PGA Tour collects the

remaining 17 flags that were used on Sunday. What happens to the

extra flags is different For every tournament. The winner occasionally

signs many of the extra flags.

 Many of these flags are then given to top executives of the

 tournament's sponsors and tournament officials. Some flags make

their way into thehands of Tour Executives and employees.

The course that is hosting the tournament sometimes gets a few of

the extra flags.

Tournament flags are extremely difficult to obtain with only a very small

 number ever being produced. I have been extremely fortunate to get

so  many for my collection.

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