Woods, Tiger - 1997 Masters Champion Autographed Photo
A new era in golf history was ushered in when Tiger Woods became the youngest player to ever win the Masters Tournament. At just 21 years of age and playing in only his third Masters, Woods' shot a four-day total of 18 under par 270 while breaking the Tournament record by one stroke, eclipsing Master legends Nicklaus (1965) and Ray Floyd (1976). His 12-stroke margin over runner-up Tom Kite also set the Tournament standard and was the biggest defeat in a major this century and second only to Old Tom Morris's 13-shot victory in the 1862 British Open.
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Upper Deck commissioned Tiger to sign just 100 of these hand numbered, 8" x 10" photos. A certificate of authenticity from Upper Deck will accompany each piece.