Golf: Missile False Alarm Causes Panic For PGA Tour Players

www.oann.com | 1/13/2018 | Staff
(Reuters) – Some of the world’s top professional golfers were panicked by a false report of an incoming ballistic missile in Hawaii on Saturday, with one hiding under a mattress and another fleeing to the basement of his Honolulu hotel.

The alert, issued shortly after 8 A.M. local time (1800 GMT), was sent mistakenly some three hours before the start of the third round of the PGA Tour’s Sony Open.

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“So…….this can’t be good. Everyone is freaking out in the hotel,” Steve Wheatcroft tweeted at 8.14 A.M. local time (1814 GMT).

Another player, J.J. Spaun, took refuge in his hotel basement.

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“Barely any service. Can you send confirmed message over radio or tv,” he said in a tweet at 8.26 A.M.

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