The Course

"Best New Course"

by Golf Digest, Sports Illustrated / GOLF Magazine, and Dallas Morning News

“To say that Texas Golf panel members were impressed
with Bluejack National would be an understatement.”

by Dallas Morning News

“Bluejack National: A Tiger Triumph”

by Sports Illustrated / GOLF.com

“…created to put smiles on the faces of their patrons…”

by Golf Digest

“It's a really fun walk on some great property, and
the design is very interesting from start to finish.”

by Golf Channel's Golf Advisor

“…this is a special course no matter what you score.
And it's a special experience.”

by Sports Illustrated / GOLF.com

“….a brand new golf experience, and one that will rival
the best private clubs in the state of Texas.”

by Golf Channel's Golf Advisor

“Bluejack National is exactly the kind of fun, player-friendly,
yet strategically compelling layout that golf needs.

by Sports Illustrated / GOLF.com

In April 2016, Bluejack National opened the first Tiger Woods designed golf course in the United States. Guests included TIger’s friend and World Golf Hall of Fame inductee Mark O’Meara, golf icon David Feherty, and of course, Tiger Woods.  Members are now enjoying Tiger’s vision of a completed course that is playable, fun and challenging for players of all skill levels. Every hole offers multiple tee boxes  with one cut of velvety Zoysia grass and no rough. The Bluejack golf experience provides a wide range of shot-making options, especially around the green.

Time Lapse Video of Hole #18

From April 21, 2015, to October 11, 2015, here’s the dramatic time-lapse transition of Bluejack National’s finishing holes: #18 on the left, and #9 to the right. Beyond #9, the fairway of #8 is observable, and through the tree line on the right #7 is visible.

Time Lapse Video of Holes #4-7

From November 7, 2014, to April 21, 2015, this time-lapse camera captured the transformation of Bluejack National holes #1 (on the far left), #4 (foreground), across #5, #6 and #7 (beyond the lake).

The Golf Channel recaps their Bluejack National visit on March 2nd