Tiger Woods’ "Tiger Slam" irons used during his four consecutive victories between 2000 and 2001 are up for auction and could fetch more than $1 million.
Todd Brock, purchased the "Tiger Slam" irons for $57,242 back in 2010, coming off a downtime in Woods’ life and the 2008 economy. He joined FOX Business host Stuart Varney on "Varney & Co." to discuss the auction.
The irons are currently auctioning for $935,111.
When Varney asked whether the items could hit $1 million, Brock responded: "I think they were worth a million when I bought them 12 years ago."
He went on to say, "Tiger's legacy is going to live forever, and they're already by far the highest-grossing golf memorabilia in the history of golf memorabilia."
The proceeds of the "Tiger Slam" clubs will go to Brock’s foundation.