Tiger Woods boat: Yacht to be US Open base in Hamptons

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Tiger Woods doesn't need a hotel while he chases his fourth U.S. Open title - he brought his own $20 million pad.

Woods will compete in the U.S. Open for the first time since 2015.

The year's US Open also marks the 10th anniversary of Woods' 14th, and most recent, major victory, when he memorably played through the pain to edge out Rocco Mediate in a Monday play-off, which was also the last time the tournament required extra holes.

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Woods' yacht is docked at the exclusive Montauk Yacht Club, about an hour away from Shinnecock in Southampton.

The yacht, named "Privacy", is docked at Gurney's Yacht Club in Montauk, a luxury resort roughly 26 miles east of Shinnecock Hills. It's not the first time he's done this-he also pulled the Privacy into a marina for the U.S. Open in 2006.

The dark wood is a theme throughout the yacht's furnishings along with walls covered in white silk and upholstered leather furniture.

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'Tiger Woods pulled up and asked to trade boats.

Overall, there's enough room for 21 people on the triple-decker model and it also boasts amenities like a full bar, eight-person hot tub, an elevator, a station to fill scuba tanks and an inflatable decompression chamber. After offering the boat to Elin Nordegren during their divorce proceedings, Woods tried to sell the boat in 2011.

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