Three migrants are today being escorted back to the Web.com Tour after being picked up off the coast of the 17th green at TPC Sawgrass.  It is believed the trio in their twenties were to attempting to flee their war-torn Tour in search of a better life at The Players Championship.



A spokesman for the US Navy said they rescued and detained the migrants after they found them floating in an inflatable dinghy in a disoriented and malnourished state.

"At first glance they appeared to be player but then we could clearly see them eating their Web.com cards as we approached their vessel and it was obvious that they had no ego's which further aroused suspicion," Lieutenant Tom Landry told reporters. "They were all wearing the same orange Puma golf clothing and claimed to be PGA Tour players searching for their balls after hitting crap shots. At that point we knew they were migrants. No genuine PGA Tour player would look for another man's ball."

The incident is just one of several hundred in the past numbers of weeks.  As weather improves, human traffickers are believed to be commanding large sums of money from desperate Web.com players willing to attempt the hazardous crossing from their politically unstable Tour to what they perceive is the bountiful land of the PGA Tour.

 More as it emerges.



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