He'll reportedly be holed up on a yacht for the duration of the tournament.
On Thursday morning, Long Island Rail Road President Phillip Eng stepped of the first train to service the platform, with the U.S. Open trophy in hand.
Woods, 42, will be chasing his fourth US Open title at Shinnecock Hills next week as he continues his comeback after almost two years out injured.More news: Zinedine Zidane's Successor At Real Madrid Revealed?
Woods bought "Privacy" in 2004, and he and his former wife Elin Nordegren spent their wedding night aboard the yacht.
Who will get the next invite? An elevator can take those aboard from one level to another, and there's a walk-in fridge, a dining area on the deck that seats 12 as well as a "sky-lounge bar", according to People.
The vessel also includes a gym, movie theatre, full bar, eight-person hot tub and a scuba decompression chamber.More news: Ruthless Rafael Nadal crushes Del Potro to reach final
In case you were wondering if Tiger Woods is still rich.by the look of his yacht the answer is yes.
It's not exactly an easy commute from the Yacht Club to the Shinnecock Hills Golf Club-it's an hour without traffic, and considering the clogged highway in the Hamptons, we can only imagine the trek.
Woods tried to sell the yacht, which has entertained friends including Bill Gates, Oprah Winfrey, and Michael Jordan, in 2011 but couldn't find a buyer.More news: French Open final: Halep vs. Stephens predictions, start time and betting odds
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