Presented is a tremendous opportunity to possess a group of five Tiger Woods signed badges to every Masters that Woods has ever won. These signed badges are most likely the only group on all five to be auctioned publicly. In winning his five Masters, Woods stands second only to Jack Nicklaus (6), for most Masters won. Tiger has won 15 Majors, and he only trails Nicklaus (18) for the highest number of lifetime Masters. The five signed Masters badges include: 1) A badge to the 1997 Masters. Woods was still 21 years old when he entered his first Masters as a professional, as he finished 12 strokes ahead of Tom Kite and 18 under. The badge measures 2.5" x 3.5", and it has been encapsulated and graded by PSA/DNA Auto Grade Mint 7. 2) Tiger won his second Masters in 2001 by two strokes over David Duval. The 2.75" x 4" badge has been encapsulated and graded PSA/DNA Auto Grade Gem Mint 10. 3) In 2002, Woods won back-to-back Masters, only the third golfer to do so, as he defeated Retief Goosen by three strokes. The badge has been encapsulated and graded PSA/DNA Auto Grade NM-MT 8. 4) The badge for Woods' fourth Masters win, in 2005, displays a colorful image of the beautiful course and is 4" x 2.75". In this Masters, Woods defeated Chris DiMarco in a playoff. The badge has been encapsulated and graded PSA/DNA Auto Mint 9. 5) Woods won his fifth Masters in 2019. He made an electrifying comeback from two stokes down to gain a one stroke victory over Dustin Johnson, Xander Schauffele, and Brooks Koepka. The 3.25" x 4" pass has been encapsulated and graded PSA/DNA Auto Mint 9. All told, the badges consist of two PSA 10 Autos, two PSA 9 Autos, and one PSA 8 Auto. Each of the passes exhibits a neatly written Tiger Woods signature written with a black marker pen. When Woods, at 46 years old, entered the 2022 Masters, he was making a comeback from serious leg injuries that he suffered in a car crash in February, 2021. Tiger made the cut, but faded in the last two days, as apparently his legs were showing fatigue. Because of age and injuries, it could be possible that Tiger's 2019 Masters win will be his final Masters triumph, and his last win in a Major. As Woods continues to play, he is universally regarded as one of the very finest golfers of all time, and this complete collection of Tiger Woods signed badges to each of his Masters victories is an incredibly rare chance to obtain a superb collection.