Woods’ Scotty Cameron Newport 2 GSS putter in 2002 was priced at $393,000, while a 2021 Ferrari 812 GTS started at $355,000 in the US.

At that price, it becomes “the most expensive golf club in the world”, even though it was Woods’ spare 19 years ago. This is the result of the auction held by Golden Age Golf Auctions on August 29, which coincides with Woods’ 25th professional year. On August 29, 1996, Woods entered his first professional event – the Greater Milwaukee Open.

Tiger Woods spare wiper is more expensive than Ferrari

Typically, Woods has a maximum of two spare putters per year from producer Scotty Cameron. In the 15 major collection, he won 14 times with the Newport 2 GSS line. Last fall, Woods’ backup putter for the 2001 PGA Tour was pegged at $154,928.

According to the organizer, Woods’ 2002 Newport 2 GSS tree has nearly 19 years of traveling in the Far East, the Middle East and Europe. It was cleared and stored in the warehouse just two days before it went on the floor, with certification of origin and production purpose.

The latest match at Golden Age Golf Auctions also recorded the major Masters Cup that Gary Player won in 1974 for $523,483.

Woods broke his right leg in a traffic accident in February and is still recovering. Late last month, he showed up in Los Angeles with good signs – wearing socks on his injured leg, walking on crutches by himself outside a hotel in the Beverly Hills area.

“Super Tiger” can reunite with the top golf world in the role of hosting Hero World Challenge in December 2021. “So excited to welcome more players to the roster for this year’s Hero World Challenge in Albany,” Woods tweeted via his own account with information about the tournament on August 2.

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