16″ x 20″ photograph of Tiger Woods after sinking his final put to win the 2018 Tour Championship in Atlanta Georgia, autographed in silver paint pen by Tiger Woods.
In the 2018 TOUR Championship, Tiger Woods went wire-to-wire and shot a final-round 71 to earn his 80th PGA TOUR victory and his first victory in 5 years (since 2013).
This photo is from a numbered limited edition of 100 and is named “Tiger Woods Exultation”.
You will receive a random number from the edition.

Signed at an official paid private autograph session.

Sold with Certificates of Authenticity from both The Autograph Source (Lifetime Guarantee), and from Upper Deck Authenticated.

FRAMED (frame is included in price — framed by Upper Deck Authenticated).

(please note one of these images is of a different photo from the edition.  this is just to show you how nice the photo is — this is a tough one to photograph).

There are a lot of great Tiger wins to choose from, of course, and this wasn’t Tiger winning a major. But for what Woods had put his body through over the previous five years and how much his game evolved even just inside of that 2018 season, it was certainly as special and unique a win as he’s had in his career.
Upper Deck Authenticated produced this limited edition (of 100) piece that features the winning moment from the 2018 Tour Championship with a signed clear acetate sheet on top of the design.
This Victory piece titled “Exultation” is sold  framed and houses the design and a clear acetate sheet that Woods signed in silver paint pen.
You will receive number 27 from this edition.
The emotions were many for Tiger Woods when he raised his arms in victory at the Tour Championship on Sept. 23, 2018. It had been five years since Tiger won on the PGA Tour. He had overcome major surgeries, self-doubt and the lingering question of him ever being a champion again on the PGA Tour. He answered all of those questions with a gutsy and inspiring weekend in Atlanta.
When he sunk his putt on the 18th on Sunday at East Lake Golf Club, his reaction seemed to be a mixture of elation, relief and pride as the result of years of hard work to get himself back to this point. The victory was Tiger’s 80th career win on the PGA Tour, which put him only two behind all-time leader Sam Snead.