Tiger Woods Autographed Signed Framed Nike Red Polo Shirt JSA Authentication
Get your hands on this incredible piece of golf history with an authentic Nike polo shirt personally hand-signed by Tiger Woods himself. The custom frame measures L 1170mm x H 940mm and features a beautifully designed backdrop with iconic photos of Tiger.
This is the actual framed piece for sale, not a concept. The signed Nike shirt comes with a Certificate of Authenticity and is proven to be authentic, featuring two holograms - one from MJB Memorabilia, which is serial-numbered and tamper-proof, and one from James Spence Authentication.
Enjoy free shipping to any destination in the world. If you'd like to view the memorabilia piece before purchasing, you can arrange a zoom meeting, Skype, or Facetime call at 0477 555 557. The photo comes with a Database Hologram Verification Number MJB 100662 and JSA BB62544.
Priced at just $24,995, this exceptional piece of memorabilia is a must-have for any Tiger Woods fan or collector. Afterpay is available, and we also accept PayPal pay by 4. Don't miss out on this rare opportunity to own a piece of golf history!
Tiger Woods, born Eldrick Tont Woods on December 30, 1975, is an American professional golfer who is considered one of the greatest golfers of all time. Throughout his career, Woods has broken numerous golf records and has been ranked the world's number one golfer for the most consecutive weeks and for the greatest total number of weeks.
Woods began his golfing career at a very young age, showcasing his prodigious talent by winning the U.S. Junior Amateur Championship three times in a row. He went on to win three consecutive U.S. Amateur titles, and in 1996, Woods turned professional. By 1997, he had already claimed his first major victory, winning the Masters Tournament with a record-breaking performance.
Over the years, Tiger Woods has won 15 major championships, including five Masters Tournaments, three U.S. Open titles, three Open Championships, and four PGA Championships. Additionally, he has claimed 82 PGA Tour wins, tying him with Sam Snead for the most victories in PGA Tour history.
Injuries and personal struggles have impacted Woods' career, but his resilience and determination have allowed him to make several comebacks. In 2019, Woods won the Masters Tournament, his first major victory in 11 years, solidifying his status as one of the greatest athletes in the world.
Tiger Woods' impact on the sport of golf extends beyond his impressive list of accolades and records. He has transcended the sport, becoming a global icon and a leading figure in the world of sports marketing. Woods was the first golfer to surpass $1 billion in career earnings, and his various endorsement deals with major brands such as Nike, TaylorMade, and Rolex have made him one of the highest-paid athletes of all time.
Woods' success on the golf course has also inspired a new generation of golfers, leading to greater diversity in the sport. He has paved the way for young, talented golfers of various ethnic backgrounds to pursue their dreams in a sport that was once predominantly white and affluent.
Off the course, Tiger Woods has been actively involved in charitable work. In 1996, he established the Tiger Woods Foundation, which focuses on providing educational opportunities and resources to underserved youth. The foundation's flagship initiative, the TGR Learning Lab, has provided STEM-based learning programs to thousands of students, helping them develop critical skills needed for success in the 21st-century workforce.
Despite the challenges he has faced throughout his career, Tiger Woods remains a prominent figure in the world of sports, and his influence on golf is undeniable. His unmatched talent, determination, and resilience continue to inspire millions of people around the world, leaving a lasting impact on the sport he loves