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Tiger's yacht already in town for PGA Championship at Bethpage

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Much like when last year's U.S. Open was held in New York, it appears Tiger Woods will be staying on his "dinghy" while in town for the PGA Championship later this month.

According to Marinetraffic.com, Tiger’s $20 million yacht, “Privacy,” arrived in town on Wednesday and is docked in Oyster Bay, N.Y., about 13 miles from Bethpage Black, site of the year's second major.

The 155-foot yacht is about 6,500 square feet and can sleep 10 guests in five state rooms in addition to four cabins that house ship’s the nine crew members. It also features a fully-equipped gym (obviously), three-person elevator, large jacuzzi, bar, scuba station and has room to carry three Sea-Doos, two ocean kayaks and two Vespa scooters.

The vessel reportedly costs $2 million dollars a year to operate.

Woods hasn't teed it up in an event since his return to major championship glory at the Masters in April, opting to skip this week's Wells Fargo Championship, where many assumed he'd play.

His 15th major and renewed chase of Jack Nicklaus for the most all time has earned him the Presidential Medal of Freedom, which he will receive from President Donald Trump on Monday at the White House.

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Cut Line year-end wrap: Tiger's tremendous tale, Ryder Cup row

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In this year-end edition we applaud Tiger Woods’ comeback, agonize over Phil Mickelson’s curious year and criticize trouble in the U.S. Ryder Cup team room.

Made Cut

The comeback. Like an iron shot from deep rough, there really was no telling where this could have gone.

In retrospect, Tiger Woods had acknowledged that he had no idea how 2018 was going to play out following his return from fusion surgery on his lower back. Could he physically handle the rigors of four days of competition? Could he piece together a game in time to become competitively relevant? Could he keep pace with the younger generation?

Slowly each question was answered.

He endured 72 holes at Torrey Pines, played back-to-back weeks (on both coasts) in February and found himself in contention in March at the Valspar Championship.

At The Open and PGA Championship he proved he could still contend in majors, and the final piece to the comeback puzzle fell into place at the Tour Championship, where he cruised to a two-stroke victory.

“This entire year has been amazing,” Woods said on Sunday at the Hero World Challenge. “Just been so blessed to have the opportunity. To come from where I came from last year at this point to have the ability to actually play and compete again in the game and do it consistently is quite amazing.”

How long Woods can sustain this level of play will always be a question and he did show signs of aging toward the end of the season. But considering how far he came in ’18, it was a comeback for the ages.



A new path. It was clear from the beginning of his tenure as PGA Tour commissioner that Jay Monahan was going to be a different kind of leader.

Monahan was young and forward-thinking when he took over for Tim Finchem in January 2017. This season he put those skills on display in what turned out to be a year of profound change for the Tour.

The revamped schedule was a Herculean challenge for Monahan and his leadership team, but there were plenty of other areas where he proved to be a savvy leader.

Following years of bitter legal battles with Vijay Singh and a group of Tour caddies, the new commish found a way to smooth over hurt feelings and settle both lawsuits.

Monahan also opened the door for sports betting in golf, a move many believe could be a boon for the game, and earlier this month announced a leadership change at the World Golf Foundation, which was in desperate need of a facelift.

All things considered, it was a good year for the new boss.


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Extreme makeover. To be clear, next year's revamped Tour schedule was desperately needed.

The dramatic makeover – which includes the PGA Championship’s moving to May and The Players heading to March – addressed many of the circuit’s biggest issues, including a finale that annually was an afterthought on the sports calendar behind football and a points-based season-long race that left many fans confused.

With that change, however, came some unsavory compromises. The strokes-based scoring system that will be used starting next fall at East Lake is sure to create plenty of issues (it’s worth noting that had the system been used in ’18 Woods would not have won the finale) and the new condensed schedule will be a challenge for both players and fans.

The new schedule isn’t perfect, but that option didn’t really exist.

 
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Woods: Support from Tour friends 'meant a lot to me'

By Mercer BaggsSeptember 23, 2018, 7:54 pm

ATLANTA – As Tiger Woods approach the 18th green on Sunday at the Tour Championship, with thousands of fans – literally – breathing down his neck, Davis Love III crouched down inside the ropes, on top of a mound to take it all in. He was joined by Matt Kuchar and Zach Johnson.

Rickie Fowler was waiting. Tommy Fleetwood was watching from the clubhouse balcony. Paul Casey was there. So, too, were Bryson DeChambeau and Justin Thomas.

They all wanted to witness Woods win for the first time in five physically debilitating, at times personally destructive, years. They wanted to congratulate, not just a peer, but a friend.

What that meant to Woods, well, he tried to describe. But words don’t do justice what the support of others means to someone who has been through so much.

“The people who are close to me saw the struggles and what I was going through, and some of the players that I'm pretty close to, they've really helped throughout this process and the last few years,” Woods said. “Their support and some of those things that they said coming off that last green meant a lot to me.”


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Of course, all of these players have one thing in common: They are all headed to Paris for this Ryder Cup, either as players or vice captains.

There were 17 Ryder Cup players in the 30-man Tour Championship field – 11, including Woods, on the U.S. side.

The Americans were set to take a charter flight to France on Sunday night. That means everyone aboard will get to partake in the celebrations. And Tiger will get to enjoy the camaraderie, something lacking from the years when he won 79 PGA Tour events.

“Flying tonight with the guys, it’s going to be fun,” Woods said.

“I think we’re all going to sleep well.”

Article Tags: 2018 Tour Championship, Tiger Woods
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