Friday, June 10, 2011


Bloomberg: Ticket prices for golf’s US Open have dropped 20 percent on the resale market since Tiger Woods withdrew from the event two days ago.

Four-day tickets to the tournament on EBay’s Stubhub dropped today to $402 from almost $500 on June 7, when Woods withdrew because of leg injuries, company spokesman Glenn Lehrman said in a telephone interview.

Lehrman said he anticipates prices will continue to drop another 17 percent by next week. The tournament, the year’s seecond major championship, begins June 16 at Congressional Country Club outside Washington.

“Missing Tiger is a big deal,” Lehrman said. “He’s a huge draw, not only for tickets, but also for television ratings.”

Still don’t get it do you?

Mr Woods is considered history… life has to move on!!!!

Like they said “ This year, it’s everyone major” but my bet goes to westwood.