Sure, Iceland may be bankrupt and plenty of Americans lost 20% of their wealth by relying solely on the stock market, but who knew the painful affect things were having to Tour players. This from a good article by SI's Alan Shipnuck:
Some players have already begun to downsize, according to Ed Lynch, the player liaison for Sentient Jet, the official private jet company of the Tour. "We've seen players start to change their habits a little," Lynch says. "If they make the cut, they fly private on the way home; if they miss the cut, they fly commercial. Everybody's being cautious about their spending."
Our hearts and prayers are with the Tour players during this difficult time.