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A rare practice putter that once belonged to Tiger Woods sold for $393,300.
Ryan Carey -- co-owner of Golden Age Golf Auctions, which facilitated the sale -- said there are about seven red-dot practice putters that Cameron designed for Woods. He produced about one or two backups each year they worked together, ESPN reported.
Bidding started at $25,000 and jumped up from $152,897 about 23 hours before the eight-day "Summer 2021" auction closed. According to The Action Network, it's the most expensive price for a club.
Gary Player's 1974 Masters trophy sold for $523,483 in the same auction lot as the putter, and is believed to be the second-highest paid price of golf memorabilia, while a 1904 Olympics Trophy given to champion Warren Wood went for $493,777.20.
A Horton Smith Masters green jacket went for $682,000 in 2013.
Scotty Cameron is a well-known putter maker used by many stars, including Brooks Koepka, Dustin Johnson and Woods.
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This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Tiger Woods backup putter from Scotty Cameron sells for $393,300