The 2000 PGA Championship was one for the ages for many reasons. It was the final PGA for Jack Nicklaus, who was paired with Tiger Woods at the age of 60. Woods and Bob May set the PGA Championship record by each finishing at 18-under par, a mark Woods would equal six years later. May fired off a 66 in each of the final three rounds to force the playoff with Woods. Tiger was his typical focused self down the stretch, however, as he won a three-hole playoff and went on to capture his second consecutive PGA Championship and his fifth major overall. In this image at Valhalla Golf Club, Woods points to the ball after sinking a putt in the playoff. Woods has signed this 2000 PGA Championship 20” x 24” image in gold paint pen. His signature is deemed authentic by virtue of Upper Deck Authenticated’s Five-Step Process.