Tiger Woods to Develop Mexico Golf Course

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Tiger Woods has recently announced that he is working on his first course in Mexico, just his third golf course design anywhere. The new resort, called Punta Brava, is located on the Baja coast of Mexico not far from the border with the US and San Diego. The world renowned golfer has said he won’t spend a lot of time designing courses, so that those he does work on will be more prestigious.
“I’m not going to probably design a lot of golf courses over the course of my career. I don’t have the time to design 10 golf courses a year like some guys do, nor do I want to,” he said when talking about this new course.
Punta Brava is scheduled to break ground in 2009 and be completed in 2011. There will be approximately 125 homes and lots, starting from US $3 million, in addition to the 18 hole championship golf course. There are also plans for a luxury hotel and spa, private clubhouse, several restaurants and lots of amenities for residents and visitors.
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Flamingo Lakes Resort is a luxury development featuring a championship golf course situated on the Flamingo coast Merida in the Yucatan Mexico. Property investors are set to benefit from capital appreciation that comes from property built to the highest standards at an un spoilt location.
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