Tiger Woods 2010 Masters shirt to be sold at Golden Age Auctions

The red shirt worn by Tiger Woods on the Sunday of the 2010 Augusta Masters is being auctioned by Golden Age Auctions in the USA.

Tiger Woods Augusta Masters shirt to be auctioned
Image: Golden Age Auctions


The shirt, which had an opening bid of $5,000 has received 17 bids, and with 16 days of the online auction remaining the bids have already reached a staggering $40,701.

This is hot on the heels of Tiger's first ever professional hole-in-one golf ball selling for $186,000 at Heritage Auctions in Dallas on 19th November.

So perhaps 'staggering' is the wrong word to use.

You could barely give away Tiger Woods memorabilia following his marriage indiscretions and his self imposed hiatus from golf.

But 2022 has been the year of Tiger. Undoubtedly the GOAT of golf memorabilia. 

Golf fans will know the colour Red goes hand in hand with Tiger striding up the fairway on the final day of a competition, wearing his famous red shirt.

But none have ever appeared at auction until now.

The 2010 Augusta Masters also marked Tiger's return to golf following his hiatus so has extra significance to golf fanatics.

Still in contention on the final day Tiger finished tied 4th with K.J. Choi on 11 under par, 4 shots behind the winner Phil Mickelson.

Tiger gave this particular shirt to the Upper Deck memorabilia company, with whom he has an exclusive memorabilia deal.

He's also autographed it adding the wording:

"2010 Masters Final Round." 

If you're interested in a spectacular, and unique, piece of Tiger Woods golf memorabilia, be quick, the auction closes on 10th December.

Update: sold for $139,348.

Further reading:

Tiger Woods first hole-in-one golf ball sells for $186,000

Tiger Woods golf memorabilia stars at auction

Tiger Woods' Scotty Cameron golf putter sells for $393,300

Tiger Woods golf memorabilia breaks records at auction

The world's most valuable autographs October 2022


About your Author:

Adrian Roose has over 30 years’ experience covering all aspects of the rare stamp & memorabilia industry during which he has sold over £50m of unique items, helping build collections for Royalty, household name celebrities and 1,000s of collectors around the world.

Adrian was previously a Director at Stanley Gibbons, a Board Member of Stampex, and Executive Director of Paul Fraser Collectibles, PFC Auctions and JustCollecting, prior to founding The Memorabilia Club.

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