Tiger Woods raises specter of golfers in traffic missing U.S. Open tee times

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Tiger Woods raises specter of golfers in traffic missing U.S. Open tee times
Tiger Woods raises specter of golfers in traffic missing U.S. Open tee times

SportsPulse: USA TODAY Sports' Steve DiMeglio explains why frustration has not set in for Tiger as he heads into the U.S. Open and which players will pose the biggest threat. SOUTHAMPTON, N.Y. — Tiger Woods has fueled suspense at the U.S. Open that begins Thursday, and it has nothing to do with his quest to win a major championship for the first time 10 years. Rather, Woods raised the possibility that a player might miss his tee time because of heavy traffic around Shinnecock Hills Golf Club. A few players said it had taken them 2 1/3 to 3 hours to get from the designated players’ hotel to the golf course, according to Woods. “…there’s a good chance that someone might miss their (tee) time,’’

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