Golfer Tiger Woods joins NFT craze, releases 10,000 digital images to be sold through company co-founded by Tom Brady

Tiger Woods has joined the digital craze by releasing a nonfungible token (NFT), through an Autograph company, which was co-founded in collaboration with Upper Deck.
Woods, Tony Hawk, Derek Jeter and Wayne Gretzky are all part of the Autograph advisory panel, as is Simone Biles, Naomi Osaka, Simone Biles, Simone Biles, Wayne Gretzky, Simone Biles, Wayne Gretzky and Simone Jeter. NFTs have been released by the company for Gretzky, Brady, and many other athletes.

Woods stated that the intersection of technology and sports is an exciting space for him. He also said that he was thrilled to work with Autograph to help them pioneer a new era in digital collecting. "It has been an honor to be on their advisory board with so many legendary athletes. I look forward to bringing fans closer the memorable sports moments I have played, at an affordable price, and to the game that I love so much."

Autograph's "premier edition" was made available Tuesday via DraftKings and Autograph. Woods will also release a digitally signed edition that drops Sept. 28.

The first collection will include 10,000 digital photos of Woods. It will be priced between $12 and $100. There will only be 375 editions for the $100 option. Only 300 NFTs will be available with a digital Woods signature. They will cost between $250 and $1,500.