Tiger Woods’ custom camouflage bag which he used in the 3rd round is up for grabs and is currently being auctioned to raise money which will benefit the Quicken Loans National’s Camouflage Day initiative.
Woods of course has strong service ties with his father Earl serving in the Army and Woods does his best to honour this by allowing any service person and their family free entry into his tournament.
“Our Heroes Tribute Wall, we were the first ones to do it, and it’s one of the standards on the PGA Tour. Free admission to all military servicemen and women … that’s something that became a standard on the PGA Tour. We did a few things I’m very proud of.”
— Tiger Tracker (@GCTigerTracker) June 30, 2018
The bag is up for auction on the CharityBuzz.com site and bidding ends on the 10th of July. At the time of publish there has been over 20 bids and the current bid is held at $16,000.
Source: PGA Tour
Feature Image: @TGRFound