So U.S. Open fans who got the short end of the pitching wedge because of rain that threatened to make Long Island considerably shorter are now rooting for more rain?

After initially telling fans who got about two hours of waterlogged golf for tickets costing at least $100 that it would enforce a no rain-check policy, the United States Golf Association now says those fans will be able to use the tickets if the tournament reaches Monday. As one SportsNation commenter pointed out, so what happens when Saturday is rained out?

As "The Daily Show" profiled, maybe Long Island secession isn't such a bad idea.

djo146

bad weather=no open title for woods. Everyone knows he struggles in bad weather.

-- djo146
gharm

Tough situation but I'm not shedding a tear for the people that can afford these prices.

-- gharm

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