If Tiger Woods wins a second straight Masters next week, three top county officials won't be there to see it.
Washington County Commissioners President Gregory I. Snook, County Administrator Rodney M. Shoop and Human Resources Director Alan J. Davis said Wednesday that they won't travel to Augusta, Ga., for The Masters this year.
Last year, INVESCO, the firm that manages the county's $30 million pension fund, had arranged for the three to receive tickets to the tournament at the $100 a day face value.
Masters tickets reportedly were being scalped for as much as $8,000.
Snook said INVESCO officials didn't offer to arrange a trip this year, and that he probably wouldn't have gone had the offer been made.