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Frys.com Open Tickets Moving Quickly After Tiger Woods Commitment To Play
Published September 1, 2011
DEAL IN THE WORKS? SI’s Alan Shipnuck said, “A missing piece in this is he’s been negotiating with the Frys Company for over a year for an endorsement deal and when he announced he was going to play, he mentioned the CEO by name. … When do you ever see that in a commitment? So this could be just part of a larger negotiation and when it comes to his schedule, Tiger has always been very selfish. To think he is doing this to help the Tour, help the tournament, there may be darker forces at work” (“19th Hole,” Golf Channel, 8/31).