Tiger Woods confirmed to the media that he is indeed staying on his huge yacht during the US Open, one of golf’s biggest competition.
Woods even called his $20 million, 155-foot yacht a “dinghy.”
You can check out the yacht — as well as a photo of Woods in its actual dinghy — below.
The US Open begins on June 14.
Tiger Woods just confirmed to the media that he is indeed staying on board his $20 million, 155-foot yacht during the US Open — and even called it his “dinghy.”
Page Six was first to report on the rumour that Woods had berthed his yacht, called “Privacy,” in the Hamptons last week.
The yacht, believed to be at Gurney’s Montauk Yacht Club near Sag Arbor, is a one-hour drive from Shinnecock Hills Golf Club, the home of this year’s US Open — one of the biggest competitions in golf.
According to Woods, staying on board is a huge plus because it provides the perfect respite from the “tournament scene” and reduces traffic chaos en route to the competition.
“Sag Arbor is a cute little town,” he told the press at a pre-tournament USGA event on Tuesday. “I’ve only been there for a few days now. I haven’t had a chance to walk about a little bit but I certainly will this week. So far it has been nice to get away from the tournament scene and go there to my dinghy there and just really enjoy it.”
You can check out the yacht below:
Here’s Woods in the yacht’s actual dinghy:
One journalist asked Woods if it felt weird that Privacy is not even the “biggest boat in the yard.” Woods laughed, and said: “I’m not opposed to that.”
Woods bought Privacy in 2004. It has a top speed of 17 knots, is big …read more
Source:: Business Insider