June 14, 2024
Tiger Woods

Tiger Woods has revealed a recent field visit to his latest golf course design in Utah just a week after his charity event in Las Vegas, where he sparked concerns among fans.

The 48-year-old, 15-time major winner provided an update on his project’s newest development on X, Thursday, after a viral clip of himself prompting his followers to question whether he’d had too much to drink was shared on social media, earlier this week, at the golfer’s Tiger Jam poker charity event in Sin City.

‘I spent some time at Marcella Club in Park City last week working on the front 9 with my @tgrdesignbytwteam.

‘We’ve got most of it rough shaped. It looks amazing. These views will never get old.’

The Marcella Club course is located in Deer Valley, Utah, with a panoramic view of the Uinta Mountains, Jordanelle Reservoir, Deer Valley Resort, the Heber Valley and Mount Timpanogos. Woods’ project is expected to be the second course at the club.
The former world No. 1’s layout consists of 8,000 yards of space, with challenges for players, both off the tee and around the greens.

Tiger Woods’ project started in February of last year and is managed by his golf course design business – Tiger Woods Design.

Tiger Woods is also currently behind the design of Trout National – The Reserve, with MLB star Mike Trout, of the Los Angeles Angels. The course is located in New Jersey and is expected to open next year.

Woods first sought an interest in outlining golf courses in 2006, with the founding of Tiger Woods Design. Since then, he’s opened eight courses although not all of them operate at a championship level.

Wood’s first project was the Trump World Golf Club Dubai, which endured several redesigns and changes before coming to fruition several years after its conception.
In 2009, Woods started working on an 18-hole, 6,800-yard, par 70 course in Punta Brava, Mexico. It opened a year later.

Then, Woods designed two courses in Cabo San Lucas, including the Cardonal at Diamante, which opened in 2015. It is a championship course and the PGA Tour’s World Wide Technology Championship. Other tournaments have also been played there.

The second course built by Woods in the area is the 12-hole par-3 The Oasis Short Course at Diamante. The course offers different routes to turn into a 3-hole par 3, par 4 and a par 5.

Other courses designed by Woods are Bluejack National (par 3 10-hole), Jack’s Bay (10 holes), Payne’s Valley (public course), The Hay at Pebble Beach (9-hole par 3) and South Shore & Jackson Park.

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