Tiger Woods was passionate about more than just winning…and those "transgressions" could cost those sitting on a stack of his stuff.
He was golf’s golden boy. From the time he stepped on the main stage at the 1997 Masters, Tiger Woods was a superstar. Big enough that collectors who normally stuck with the major sports decided to buy his trading cards, autographs and other memorabilia.
Tiger dominated sales of golf memorabilia, towering above any other star past or present. Signed cards from early in his career fetched thousands of dollars in high grade.
His image was solid, aside from the occasional criticism about on course language. Woods was the ultimate competitor, but now that the extent of his off the course activity is becoming public knowledge, that could change.
Watch below as WANE-TV tackles the Tiger memorabilia angle: