Subject: One of the Many Benefits of Being Tiger Woods
Tiger went to the Desert Classic in Dubai for which he received a $1 million fee (just for showing up), and he gets to shag balls from the tallest hotel in the world.
This hotel, the Burj Al Arab, is 322 meters high which is puts it somewhere between 80 and 90 stories. It is the only hotel in the world with a 7-star rating and rooms starting at $2000US per night. Note the shape of it which was intended to look like a sail with a stabilizer on it. No, the building does not pivot in the wind ! It is built on a man-made island joined to the mainland by a causeway.
Attached are pictures of Tiger practicing on the helideck of the hotel.
Note, however, the windsock which indicates there was little or no wind that day - which must be unusual at that height.
The other hotel on the mainland isn't all that shabby either. Note the yacht basin in front of it.
Thought you golfers would be interested in booking this driving range.