While dominant golfers have come and gone throughout the sport’s rich history, nobody has had a run of success like Tiger Woods did around the turn of the century. Two months after winning the Masters for his first career major win in 1997, Woods became the youngest golfer to ascend to the #1 spot in the Official World Golf Rankings. Two years later, he captured his second major and first PGA Championship with a win at Quail Hollow Club in Charlotte, North Carolina. In ’03 and ’04, he had a slight drought with no majors won. In September of ’04, his streak of 264 consecutive weeks at #1 ended when Vijay Singh overtook him. However, Woods’ drought didn’t last long. He captured his fourth Masters win in ’05 and won five majors after that. His streak of being #1 is a record that may never be broken. UDA had Woods physically write out the inscription “World #1 8/99-9/04” and then get that inscription embroidered directly onto the pin flag. Woods has signed this limited edition (500) 1999 PGA Championship pin flag in black paint pen. His signature is deemed authentic by virtue of Upper Deck Authenticated’s Five-Step Process.