Headlined by the sole autographed rookie card for Tiger Woods, 2001 SP Authentic Golf is an important modern golf product. The release also includes autographed cards for Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus and averages three hits per box.
Golf Card Sets
Every box of 2014 Leaf Autographed Golf Scorecard Edition delivers a pair of signed tournament-used scorecards. Tiger Woods, Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus are among the available signatures.
2014 Upper Deck Exquisite Golf goes where no traditional golf product has gone before. With an SRP topping $600, boxes deliver five autographs.
2014 SP Game Used Golf hits the links with a high-end configuration that includes an autograph and a memorabilia card in every pack. Inked Drivers autographs return.
2014 SP Authentic Golf marks the brand’s return to the links after taking 2013 off. Highlighted by three autographs per box, signers include Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy, Jack Nicklaus and Michelle Wie.
2014 Leaf Legends of the Link Golf puts a new spin on cut signature cards. While each box has a traditional cut sig, they also have a signed tournament-used scorecard.
It’s hard to believe that 1981 Donruss Golf is the first set of mainstream modern golf cards. The affordable set is loaded with rookies including Jack Nicklaus, Tom Watson, Lee Trevino and Curtis Strange.
2013 Upper Deck Tiger Woods Master Collection is an ultra high-end set that highlights the golfer’s career thus far. Each set is led by three Tiger Woods autographs including one piece of signed memorabilia.
2012 SP Game Used Golf marks the trading card debut of Rory McIlroy. Three-pack boxes promise three autographs and three memorabilia cards.
2012 Leaf Ultimate Golf is another all-autograph set from the links. Besides all-time legends like Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer, the set has the first certified signatures of Greg Norman. Every box comes with three on-card autographs.
After several years away from the sport, 2012 SP Authentic Golf sees Upper Deck tee off once again. The autograph-heavy set benefits greatly from Upper Deck’s exclusive with Tiger Woods. Boxes promise three signatures.