Tiger Woods US Open exemption set to expire after 2018

Tiger Woods may have to attend regional qualifiers to play in any subsequent US Open from 2019 onward.

Tiger Woods US Open exemption set to expire after 2018

When Tiger Woods won the US Open at Torrey Pines back in 2008 he received a 10-year exemption that allowed him to play at every US Open regardless of his world ranking for the next 10 years.

Which means that following this years US Open at Shinnecock Hills June 14-17 that Woods may have to attend regional qualifiers to play in any subsequent US Open from 2019 onward.

Mark Zecchino and Bob Weeks discussed Woods and his US Open history this week on Golf Talk Canada.

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