Woods to stay on yacht during US Open

Tiger Woods is living his best yacht life prepping for the U.S. Open at the Shinnecock Hills Golf Club. Streeter Lecka  Getty Images

Tiger Woods is living his best yacht life prepping for the U.S. Open at the Shinnecock Hills Golf Club. Streeter Lecka Getty Images

Tiger Woods is going to have the swankiest accommodations of anyone at the U.S. Open this year.

Via PageSix.com, Woods's yacht has docked in Montauk in the Hamptons in advance of next week's U.S. Open, which will be played at Shinnecock Hills in Southampton, N.Y.

Thursday at Shinnecock should rock as the U.S. Open returns to its roots for the first time since 2004 and its fifth-ever national championship unfolds in Long Island.

Rory McIlroy and Jordan Spieth, winners in 2011 and '15 respectively, will tee off alongside Phil Mickelson, looking to finally win the tournament after finishing runner-up on six occasions. Woods, Johnson and Thomas are together in the afternoon.

Not a bad place to dock a yacht. Courtesy Gurney's Montauk
Not a bad place to dock a yacht. Courtesy Gurney's Montauk

Mickelson will hope to atone for his series of near misses in the tournament, including the last time it was played at Shinnecock Hills in 2004, while Spieth is missing only the PGA Championship, now held by his close-friend Thomas.

Those in attendance looking to track the progress of defending champion Brooks Koepka will get to see him play alongside two-time Masters champion Bubba Watson and former world No. 1 and 2015 PGA victor Jason Day.

The former world number one's boat offers 6 500 square feet of living space, including a master suite and six other bedrooms.

World number four Jon Rahm is the only top-10 player apart from Thomas and Johnson who will start late and then early.

Fallout 76 is Set Before all the Other Fallout Games
Not just walls not just buildings, but hearts and minds, and ultimately, America itself. A new trailer showed more of an abandoned Vault 76 before moving to the outdoors.

Recommended News

  • Trump to leave G7 early, missing environmental talks

    Trump to leave G7 early, missing environmental talks

    Looking for news you can trust? "He should pull back on his statements, and wish President Trump well in the Korean negotiations". Trump called Trudeau "dishonest & weak" after Trudeau said at a news conference that Canada would retaliate for new us tariffs.
    How to have tough conversations about mental health

    How to have tough conversations about mental health

    The new report from the Centers for Disease Control shows that suicides in Utah have risen more than 46 percent since 1999. Anne Schuchat said in a media briefing. "It's that personal connection to another person that may make the difference".
    LeBron James played National Basketball Association  finals with self inflicted 'broken hand'

    LeBron James played National Basketball Association finals with self inflicted 'broken hand'

    James' choice will shape the rest of free agency for the entire league, but no team's future is more in doubt than Cleveland's. The possibility remains that Cleveland could retool and make another run, but doing so would require some serious creativity.
  • No Russia G7 Return Without Ukraine 'Progress' - Merkel

    No Russia G7 Return Without Ukraine 'Progress' - Merkel

    Macron also tweeted Saturday a photo of the other leaders and aides surrounding Trump, who was one of just two people sitting. One of the president's arguments for the tariffs is on "national security grounds" - a view Mr Bolton has stridently backed.
    Rudy Guiliani: Melania Believes Her Husband

    Rudy Guiliani: Melania Believes Her Husband

    Daniels' lawsuit against Davidson is her third court action related to the nondisclosure deal in the last three months. The statement was "negligently, recklessly and intentionally published in a manner equaling malice", the lawsuit said.
    Nadal beats Thiem to win 11th French Open title

    Nadal beats Thiem to win 11th French Open title

    The Austrian is never one to hide his frustration, but then the sheer relentlessness of Nadal on clay would wear anyone down. After Nadal held there for 5-4, Thiem basically handed over the next game - and the set - by making four mistakes in a row.
  • Verizon CEO to Retire, Succeeded by a Newcomer

    Verizon CEO to Retire, Succeeded by a Newcomer

    Verizon new CEO Vestberg did not mention media or content while discussing his goals for the company in a statement on Friday. Current CEO McAdam has been serving Verizon as Chairman since January 2012 after joining the company five months earlier.
    Actor Jackson Odell Dead At 20; Coroner Investigating Cause

    Actor Jackson Odell Dead At 20; Coroner Investigating Cause

    Songwriter, teen actor Jackson Odell died on Friday, June 8, according to law enforcement, TMZ reports . Odell was probably best known for playing Ari during the first two seasons of " The Goldbergs ".
    Ambitious Money-Grubbing: Real's Ronaldo Longing for Salary Equal to Messi's

    Ambitious Money-Grubbing: Real's Ronaldo Longing for Salary Equal to Messi's

    Real Madrid want Cristiano Ronaldo to stay at the club but "the door is always open" for Neymar, left-back Marcelo has said. Ronaldo scored 44 goals and assisted a further eight strikes in 44 matches for Real in the 2017/18 campaign.
  • Lyon pull the plug on Liverpool's Fekir deal

    Lyon pull the plug on Liverpool's Fekir deal

    The French outfit have not ruled out the possibility of Fekir moving to another European powerhouse though, provided that the price is right.

    Halo Infinite CONFIRMED at Xbox E3 2018 Briefing

    Even more gaming news! Dan Casey is the senior editor of Nerdist and the author of books about Star Wars and the Avengers . They did state that a whole new engine has been built for Halo Infinite to run on and the footage we saw was in-engine.
    Vettel takes 50th win and F1 championship lead in Canada

    Vettel takes 50th win and F1 championship lead in Canada

    Once the safety vehicle was gone, it became a matter of lap after lap and who was going to gain or lose a place during a pit stop. Both took heavy damage in the contact and careened across Turn 6 and into the far barriers, where both their races ended.

We are pleased to provide this opportunity to share information, experiences and observations about what's in the news.
Some of the comments may be reprinted elsewhere in the site or in the newspaper.
Thank you for taking the time to offer your thoughts.