1993 Tiger Woods Official Tournament-Used, Signed Honda Classic Scorecard (Signature as an Amateur)
As a youngster, Tiger Woods idolized Jack Nicklaus. The phenom even kept a photo of the Golden Bear in his room and fantasized that someday he'd match his hero's accomplishments. On March 11, 1993 Tiger not only got a chance to rub elbows with the great Nicklaus but actually competed against him at the Honda Classic. It would be only the third time that Woods competed in a PGA-sanctioned event and his first competitive encounter with Nicklaus. Although Woods was an amateur, he gained an exemption from the PGA to compete against the big boys. Offered is Tiger's used, first round scorecard which is signed ("10") in pencil. This is the only known amateur signed scorecard of Woods and was scribed when he was only 18 years old. Woods' name appears on the contestant's signature area provided, while his partner that day, Harry Taylor, is listed as the marker's signature. A copy of the pairing sheet, which will be provided, comfirms Taylor was Woods' partner for the first two rounds. On that fateful day, Tiger shot even par 72. The next day would not be a walk-in-the-park as Woods carded a 78 and missed the cut. A red check mark (felt tip) appears on the "W" in Woods. Tiger Woods scorecards are almost non-existent, and this is the first we've ever seen offered from his amateur playing days.
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