The returning Tiger Woods auctioned off a private golf lesson for a good cause on Monday.
The 14-time major winner made a fairly successful return to golf at the recent Hero World Classic and now turned his attention to a charity event, the Hurricane Harvey Relief Pro-Am.
The event was hosted at Bluejack National – Woods’ own course – and the private lesson eventually sold for $210 000.
What's a lesson with @TigerWoods worth? On Monday at a draw party for the Hurricane Harvey Relief Pro-Am organized by tour players @ChrisStroudPGA and @BobbyGatesGolf, a lesson with Tiger went for $210,000. The event concluded today at @BluejackNation, an ETW design.
— Tim Rosaforte (@TimRosaforte) December 12, 2017
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