Tiger Woods Apology Not Moving Memorabilia

A San Francisco TV station visits the San Jose show to talk Tiger.

His first public comments since a car accident began the snowball effect that’s put Tiger Woods in the biggest bunker of his life haven’t done much to stop the memorabilia sales slide.

Upper Deck has Woods signed photos for sale at $1100, Masters flags at $1300 and signed golf shirts for $1800, but sports memorabilia dealers who carry his trading cards and other items say he’s ice cold.

Worse than a career slump, Tiger’s off course exploits have put a stigma on his stuff–at least for now.

Dealers in Michigan told WOOD-TV that sales of Woods items fell off immediately after the mysterious early morning mishap in November. They stopped completely after the allegations of marital infidelity continued to surface over the next few weeks.

Immediately after Woods’ public pronouncement on Friday, KGO-TV stopped by the big sports card and memorabilia show to get a pulse on the situation.

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Tiger Woods on eBay