Back in the late 90's I was into writing stars etc..  I sent this Magazine cover back in 98 to Tiger Woods and got this back.  What are your thoughts as to it being authentic?  JSA said no.



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It's not the traditional Tiger Woods autograph authenticators are used to seeing...or most of us are for that matter, so I wouldn't send it to PSA/DNA even if a lot of people here liked it. They told you what they're most likely to call it.

Post a comment on David Wright's profile with a link, asking for his input. He won't be online much for the next couple of weeks, but he's great on modern golf.

Will do - thanks for your suggestion.


Mark, in my opinion the signature is not real.  While displaying some of the characteristics of a real signature there are many things going on with it that tell me no good.  I have several exemplars of his mail in signatures as well and it doesn't even fit those too much.  Remember that someone who is forging or ghost signing for another, it's their "job" to make the signature appear to be that of the individual.  In this case although they capture a couple things, there's way more wrong going on here.  Also one doesn't need to go much further that the To Mark personalizations although there are times where that is written by another individual as in the case of Arnold Palmer whose personalizations are almost always done by office personnel. 

Thanks for taking a look at it..




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