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Topic - Steve Timms
The Houston Open has created an identity as the last chance for a player to qualify for the Masters.
Most tournament directors go to extra lengths to accommodate players, from arranging courtesy cars to making dinner reservations to securing tickets for a sporting event or concert that week.
"I've already had some inquiries about it when I've seen guys," Timms said.
"We're starting to round up tickets," Timms said. "It's going to be a tough one because the game is sold out. It's sold out before they know who the teams are. And you know what sports fanatics these guys are. They're going to want to go. It's going to be an interesting challenge. It's going to be difficult to sort out who gets the tickets and who doesn't."