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Tiger Woods Single-Signed Baseball w/Photo From Signing, PSA Overall Grade 8.5
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Tiger Woods may have the most recognizable face in the world. The golfer’s numerous endorsers have taken care of that. But Woods impact on the sporting world is so much more than what he pitches. Ever since his high school years, Woods has been pegged as the next big thing. Woods is one of the few athletes to actually exceed the hype bestowed upon him.
While he signed regularly through the years, Woods’ signature has become increasingly difficult to obtain. His affiliation with Upper Deck, immense crowds and time constraints are a few of the factors. Woods used to sign golf balls but abandoned that practice in the late ’90s because they took too long to sign. Don’t even consider approaching Tiger with a baseball.
One lucky soul was Tiger’s limo driver at the 2007 U.S. Open which was held near Pittsburgh. As a token of his appreciation, Woods signed the offered 2003 (Selig) All-Star baseball. A photo of Tiger, the limo driver and the baseball will be forwarded to the top bidder. The flawless blue ballpoint signature glistens from the white orb. Tiger signed the sweet spot and carefully crafted his name. A Tiger Woods signed baseball is much more difficult than the sparse legitimate signed golf balls in existence. The experts at PSA have given this ball/signature an overall grade of 8.5 (autograph 8, baseball 9).
This catalog listing is easily one of the best Tiger Woods signed mementos we have had the pleasure of offering.
PSA-DNA Auction House Letter
2003,2007,Ball,Baseball,Golf,Photo,Signed Tiger Woods
Auction End: 06-Sep-07 Post Views: 1636
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