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Tiger Woods' Backup Putter from 2000 Sells for $88.8K at Auction

Tiger Woods' backup putter from 2000 sold for $88,809 at auction on Saturday, a day before the golfer secured his historic Masters triumph.

Per Tom VanHaaren of ESPN, the club—a Scotty Cameron Newport 2 GSS—was sold on the website.

It's noted in the report that the putter was never used by Woods in a competitive environment; the putter in his bag to help him win his 14 major events before Sunday's triumph is said to be "priceless" for the 43-year-old.

"The putter won in the auction on Saturday is one of a few backup putters that Woods receives each year from Scotty Cameron to test, practice and experiment with, but it was never used in tournament play," it's added.