A putter made for—but never tournament used—by Tiger Woods sold at auction Saturday night for $154,928.
The Scotty Cameron-made club is one of only one or two created for Woods each year and dates to 2001, when he was in his PGA Tour prime.
The putter was sold by Golden Age Golf Auctions and came with a certificate of authenticity from Scotty Cameron, a club manufacturer who made the one Woods used in 14 of his 15 major championships.
The lone BGS 10 2014 Bowman Chrome Red Refractor Mookie Betts auto is up for sale but you’ll need a sizeable amount of discretionary income to own it.
Minnesota Vikings running back Dalvin Cook has a big new contract and he’s also taken control of his memorabilia and autographs.
LAA Sports & Entertainment, which represents Cook, is hosting an online store that includes game-worn jersey auctions, sales of autographs and game-worn gloves and apparel.
Baltimore Ravens rookie running back JK Dobbins is doing the same thing.
In a story on the hot memorabilia market and the agency’s efforts to handle memorabilia sales and autographs, Forbes reports Dobbins kept his first two game-worn rookie jerseys but the one he’ll wear in Monday night’s game will go up for auction.
Attorneys representing another Vikings player, Jalyn Holmes, have filed suit over some missing memorabilia from his career.
According to a Columbus, OH lawn firm, Holmes was leasing a property in Columbus where the items were stored but employees of Lifestyle Communities took them.
Among the items Holmes wants back are his 2015 College Football Playoff National Championship ring, game-worn Ohio State jerseys, several Big Ten trophies, game-worn, autographed NFL jerseys given to Holmes by opposing players and teammates, Vikings-issued gear and other memorabilia from his college and pro career.
“Jalyn poured his blood, sweat, and tears into his Ohio State football career to earn the items that were ultimately taken from him. We sincerely hope those responsible will do the right thing and immediately return all of Jalyn’s belongings,” stated Steven Katz, a lawyer representing Holmes.