Golfer Tiger Woods’ putter from the 2002 season has been listed at the Golden Age Golf Auctions and is set to better the $155,000 that the 2001 season putter fetched at a similar auction last September, reports newindianexpress.com.
The putter also comes with a letter from Scotty Cameron, the manufacturer of the putter. The letter states, “The putter was made as a backup for Tiger Woods. The note is a special piece of history that the 2001 version doesn’t include, increasing the rarity of a one-of-a-kind putter.”
Woods, a 15-time Major champion and 82-time PGA Tour winner, used to get three Scotty Cameron putters for his PGA Tour campaign in a season.
Woods’s old putters are being auctioned online as the golfing star enters the last bend of his career.
The auction states the putter ‘has spent the past 18-plus years in the Far East, the Middle East and Europe.’Woods has not featured in any golf event since his accident in February this year.