|Tiger Woods practicing at The Ocean Course in Kiawah Island, SC. (Matt Drobnik)|
WOULD YOU LIKE TO CATCH A HUGE BREAK on the $343 non-guest rate at The Ocean Course on Kiawah Island, where Tiger Woods is struggling in third-round play of the PGA Championship (currently in a weather delay)?
There’s a way. You just need to take advantage of a little-known policy change.
When you do, you can nearly cut in half the regular rate to play Pete Dye’s treacherous Ocean Course. If you’ve been watching the PGA Championship, then you know just how tough this so-called links can play. In brisk winds, the PGA field averaged about 78 in the second round.
Today is a different story. Rory McIlroy is charging. Vijay Singh is hanging tough. Adam Scott is also surging. It should be a very interesting weekend.
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