Tiger Set To Place His Stamp On Hawaii!
Tiger Woods has been commissioned by Pacific Links International to create one of golf’s finest and most sought-after golf destinations.
Tiger Woods and his TGR Design company have unveiled plans for one of two spectacular golfing layouts to be created at Mākaha Valley Resort, Hawaii.
Inspired by the pristine setting on Oahu’s Leeward Coast, TGR Design will lead the development of the Mākaha North Course, while Gil Hanse, creator of the Olympic Course in Rio de Janeiro, will develop the Mākaha South Course.
Together, these world-class, tournament-quality layouts will become the centre pieces of the Mākaha Valley Resort, a 644-acre mixed-use property developed in conjunction with community leaders and native cultural practitioners on Hawaii’s third-largest island.
“At TGR Design, we focus on finding spectacular locations to design distinct and memorable golf courses. The Mākaha Valley on the west coast of Oahu is truly one of these unique and special locations. The cathedral-like setting of the property is framed with big ocean views to the west and towering mountains to the east. We are designing a golf course that will take advantage of this spectacular setting yet still be fun and playable for golfers of all abilities,” commented Tiger.
Mr. Du Sha, owner and founder of Pacific Links International, the world’s premier golfing network said: “Through the creativity and ingenuity of both Tiger Woods and Gil Hanse, and the natural beauty of the Mākaha Valley, we will create one of golf’s finest and most sought-after destinations.”
Pacific Links provides golfers with a premium golf experience through an innovative international membership structure focused on the Chinese golfer. Pacific Links offers them access to the finest collection of high-quality golf clubs in the world. Since 2012, the Pacific Links Network of Affiliated and Reciprocal clubs has grown to over 400 properties located in more than 37 countries around the world. Its membership roster in China is now in excess of 17,000, as well as an aggregated population of over 125,000 network golfers from participating network clubs.