Bluejack National is the proud home of Tiger Woods’ first golf course in the United States.

The Golf Course

Homes offer thoughtful floor plans to take full advantage of Bluejack National’s relaxed ambiance and luxurious amenities.

Living at Bluejack

Many homes feature expansive porches, perfect for relaxing at the end of the day and encouraging casual conversations among neighbors and friends.


Tiger Woods and his company, Tiger Woods Design, have designed Bluejack National’s spectacular 18-hole championship golf course.
Tiger Woods Design
Integral to Bluejack National is its more than 35 acres of lakes and approximately seven miles of beautiful hiking, biking and running trails.

Lake and Trail

Welcome to Bluejack National

Bluejack National is a private club and resort-style community located on 755-acres of rolling hills and piney woods in Montgomery, Texas. Bluejack, which features the first Tiger Woods-designed golfGOLFINCBadgecourse and short course in the United States, is limited to 386 residences and 550 memberships. An exclusive club and community, which opened in November 2015, Bluejack offers personalized hospitality serving the entire family, and provides an array of extraordinary amenities including: golf, tennis, spa and wellness center, pools, zip lines, treehouse, bowling alley, movie theater, football field, “mini-Fenway” park, skate park, as well as several dining and corporate entertainment options. Thirty-five acres of fishing lakes and seven miles of beautiful hiking, biking and running trails link these features to the Bluejack National neighborhoods.

Bluejack delivers an exceptional family experience where memories are made and life happens. Founded on classic and traditional principles, Bluejack is a generational place that provides a club culture and community lifestyle to preserve life’s most valued commodity — time.

Bluejack News

  • Tiger Woods’ Bluejack National Evokes Look and Feel of Augusta

    May 24, 2016


    The map has you 45 miles northwest of downtown Houston, but your eyes insist you’re in Augusta, Georgia. Tiger Woods’s first U.S. design brilliantly evokes the look and feel of the Masters layout, thanks to a property that features natural water hazards, elevation changes and mature trees (including its namesake…


  • A Tiger Triumph

    April 29, 2016


    Tiger Woods hasn’t won a PGA Tour event since 2013, and hasn’t even teed it up in one since August 2015. His design career, however, has put him back in the winner’s circle. On Monday, Woods the architect debuted his first completed course design in the United States, Bluejack National,…