A fractional sport investing platform is hoping to sell an original Tiger Woods Scotty Cameron putter for $1 million.
Collectable currently has the Newport TeI3 Teryllium putter available that links back to the Anser-style of Scotty Cameron. Woods used this club at the 1997 Masters.
He won the tournament by 12 shots, bursting on to the world golf scene. Recent Woods putters that have sold at auction date back to the Newport 2 GSS putter, which he used to win his other 14 major titles.
The 45-year-old confirmed in 2016 that the Newport TeI3 Teryllium is one of the two putters that he holds in the highest regard in his putting studio.
According to Collectable, not only did Woods use the Newport TeI3 Teryllium to win The Masters, but he also used the famous wand to win the BellSouth Classic in 1998. This was his 7th PGA Tour win.
This means that Woods used the putter for victories at major events and on the PGA Tour, which is the main source of interest for people who wish to invest.
"The golf collecting industry is scorching hot. We are seeing a massive uptick in demand - and that is long overdue," said Ryan Carey, the founder of Golden Age Golf Auctions.
Before Collectable grabbed hold of the putter, it was owned by NFL Hall of Famer Andre Reed, who was given the putter by Woods.
The club has Woods' initials ingrained in the toe and it has a Scotty Cameron certificate of authenticity to prove it was manufactured for the legendary golfer.
As the putter is available on a fractional ownership platform, users can buy shares of the club instead of it going to the highest bidder in an auction.
The putter is currently trading at $31. Although you will not own the putter, you would have a share in a significant piece of golf history.