AP List/Amy Sancetta, File
It appears to be like Tiger Woods would no longer even want to make spend of a putter in a tournament for it to change into very, very precious.
A backup putter owned by Woods nonetheless never feeble by the 15-time vital winner in tournament play sold for $393,300 at public sale. The putter became Woods’ backup in 2002.
Tom VanHaaren of ESPN reported the putter is one in every of seven red dot backups that exist. Scotty Cameron produced easiest one or two backup putters per twelve months for Woods at some point of their relationship.
Here is believed to be the ideal label for a golf membership in history.
A 2001 Newport II beforehand sold for $155,000 at public sale last September.