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Authentic Tiger Woods Autographed 20x24 Photo- 2001 Masters

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SKU:
86560-UD
Tournament:
Masters
Player:
Tiger Woods
Authentication:
Upper Deck
Year:
2001


Description

MMO Golf is pleased to offer authentic signed golf memorabilia and collectibles! Augusta National has long been a religious-type experience for golf fans. Over the years, Tiger Woods has provided dozens of memorable moments at the Masters. The 2001 edition was no exception. It served as Woods’ second Masters title and sixth major championship overall. Perhaps biggest of all was that it completed the Tiger Slam, which gave Woods all major titles at the same time. On the last hole of the tournament, Woods needed a par to win. In his typical Sunday fashion, he came up huge on the biggest stage with a birdie for the win.

This image shows a victorious Woods after sinking his putt on the 18th and final hole. Woods has signed this 2001 Masters 20” x 24” image in silver paint pen.

His signature is deemed authentic by virtue of Upper Deck Authenticated’s Five-Step Process.

Please Note: This signed memorabilia will be shipping separate from your other MMO Golf items.

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