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Upper Deck releases Tiger Woods Master Collection


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Want a signed piece of Tiger Woods memorabilia? Upper Deck will give it to you in exchange for $3,000.

The collectible card company has released the Tiger Woods Master Collection, a 80-card series charting Woods' PGA Tour victories (as of the time of printing) as well as highlighting some of his collegiate and amateur career. Only 200 sets have been made.

For the steep price tag, Upper Deck promises buyers three Woods autographed cards.



The set includes either one Slambalaya card that honors one of Woods' 14 major titles or an autographed Masterpieces card, featuring a painting done on the card itself. There are 10 Masterpiece cards available, as well as four Limited Logo cards which have a patch piece as well as the Woods autograph.

There are three other types of cards that have the world No. 1's John Hancock: a Master Collection Autograph, Historic Duos and Legendary Duos Books.

Upper Deck also has produced 25 Championship Gear cards with swatches of clothing or equipment used by Woods that are randomly inserted in the sets.

 

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