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The Double Eagle, a bronze scultpure, was unveiled at the Iberia Bank on Tuesday night. Acquired in a shared arrangement with the Marco Island Civic Association and Marco Island Foundation for the Arts, the piece commemorates Marco Island's Gene Sarazen's double eagle in winning the 1935 Masters Tournament. The sculpture will be placed at Sarazen Park at the south end of Marco Island.

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Roger LaLonde/Staff (2)
The Double Eagle, a bronze scultpure, was unveiled at the Iberia Bank on Tuesday night. Acquired in a shared arrangement with the Marco Island Civic Association and Marco Island Foundation for the Arts, the piece commemorates Marco Island's Gene Sarazen's double eagle in winning the 1935 Masters Tournament. The sculpture will be placed at Sarazen Park at the south end of Marco Island.

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