Woods, Tiger - 2002 Masters Champion Autographed Photo
Proving he was far more daunting than a toughened up, redesigned Augusta National, Woods won his third green Masters jacket in just six years. Woods took control early in the final round, and rolled on to a three-shot victory over U.S. Open champion Retief Goosen. Woods walked up the 18th fairway in a victory parade, tugging on the brim of his cap to acknowledge the applause. When he tapped in for par a score of 12-under 276, he hugged his parents, both decked out in red shirts — the color he wears for every final round.
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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.