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A woman sips coffee on a cushy black chair as another man settles in on a leather couch with a tap beer, his laptop and Golf Channel. Behind him sits a newly decorated Christmas tree and a mural commemorating the 1999 U.S. Ryder Cup team’s victory, “The Miracle at Brookline.” Justin Leonard’s outstretched arms are unmistakable from across the room.

Tiger Woods has begun preparing for his match with Phil Mickelson

Big screen TVs

Big screen TVs (17 in all) plaster the walls, but they aren’t nearly as expansive as the putting green anchoring the middle of the room, or the six giant simulator screens scattered about the 12,000-square-foot lounge.

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