By winning the 2000 PGA Championship, Tiger Woods not only captured his second consecutive Wanamaker Trophy, he also became the first player since Ben Hogan in 1953 to win three major championships in the same year. With victories at the U.S. Open and British Open earlier in 2000, Tiger added No. 3 with a win that came via a three-hole playoff decision over Bob May (before the playoff, each player set the PGA Championship record for lowest score related to par with scores of 18-under par, 270). Tiger also became the first back-to-back winner of the PGA Championship since Denny Shute won consecutive titles in 1936-37. Remember Tiger's PGA Championship win at Valhalla Country Club in Louisville, Kentucky, with this new Pro Shots action figure, which depicts Tiger directing a putt with a little body English. The action figure, which measures 6" high, and its base are constructed of durable PVC. This figure is one of the first Tiger 6" figures ever created by Upper Deck (check out the others currently available on the Store) and is packaged inside a deluxe diorama box along with a collectible trading card. Don't miss out; order this cool collectible now!