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In April 2016, Bluejack National opened the first Tiger Woods-designed golf course in the United States. Globally renowned and critically acclaimed, members, residents and guests enjoy Tiger’s vision of a course that is playable, fun yet 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.

TOUR THE COURSE

Hole 1

Par
4
HCP
9
YDG
428

The breathtaking first tee shot sets the tone for the at Bluejack golf experience. Tiger’s design philosophy to make the course playable for all yet challenging and fun is on full display. The dogleg left hole plays downhill and features spectacular views of a gorgeous lake guarding the left.

Caddy Tip

From the start, it’s evident that Tiger and his design team provides generous room off the tee. The green is protected by a front left bunker, and approaches should favor the right side of the green surround to funnel the ball onto the green, which has a middle tier that makes for a challenging putting surface.

Hole 2

Par
5
HCP
11
YDG
533

Reachable Par 5 dogleg left with a fairway bunker on the left side. The back of the green is sloped toward the approach shot, which opens the door for a scoring opportunity.

Caddy Tip

Long hitters should accept the challenge of flying the bunker to shorten this hole and leave a long iron to reach this T-shaped green in two. Guarded by deep bunkers on the front left and right, the green slope invites strategic wedge shot-making.

Hole 3

Par
3
HCP
15
YDG
211

The longest of the Par 3’s at Bluejack is beautifully lined with oak trees. A large bunker on the left green side and a tall pine tree guards the right from the tee. The green measures 48 paces deep, which is the longest at Bluejack, making club choice a crucial part of the scoring equation.

Caddy Tip

The bail out to the right of the green will leave a very difficult up and down.

Hole 4

Par
4
HCP
5
YDG
432

A forgiving wide fairway deceives this challenging Par 4 that typically faces a prevailing south wind. The wide landing zone plays half of its width due to a pine tree located 130 yards from the green on the right side of the fairway. The tree line on the left side pinches in at the same distance.

Caddy Tip

Tee shots up the right side will have to navigate either under or over a lone pine to hit the green, which is guarded by a large, deep bunker on the left. The green is sloped heavily from back-to-front making it imperative to stay below the hole on approach.

Hole 5

Par
5
HCP
7
YDG
582

One of the most spectacular settings on the entire golf course. Pause to take a 360-degree panoramic view from this elevated tee box and take in every hole on the front nine. It is a long, downhill par 5 and is the first dogleg right on the course. There are two bunkers flanking the fairway that will be navigated from the tee.

Caddy Tip

The hole plays predominantly down wind, so longer hitters will be tempted to reach it in two to this very diabolical green with a tremendous amount of undulation. With a false front tracing the entire right side of the green, approaches should favor a shot up the left side of the green to funnel into the left-to-right slope.

Hole 6

Par
4
HCP
3
YDG
412

Situated right behind the Blake Cottage, and formerly No. 1 of Blaketree National, a majestic Par 4 is presented. This rather straight forward tee shot is framed by a gorgeous bunker guarding the right side and mature oak trees in the native meadow on the left. The landing zone makies for the tightest driving hole on the course.

Caddy Tip

The elevated green has a severe false front repelling balls that come up short. From the fairway, two wonderfully placed bunkers guarding the right side of the green and the false front of the putting surface, which is not visible from the fairway. The green slopes heavily from back-to-front, leaving putts above the hole extremely dicey.

Hole 7

Par
3
HCP
13
YDG
137

A short, exquisite par 3 over one of the few water hazards on the course. The wonderful view of No. 1 on the left adds to the stunning setting of this hole. Club choice is crucial as water guards the front while going long may present the toughest up-and-down on the course.

Caddy Tip

A ridge runs across the center nearly bisecting the green – front right and back left. While spin control is key, it is common for those who choose to play aggressively with a wedge to spin the ball end up rolling into the water.

Hole 8

Par
4
HCP
17
YDG
318

An enticing par 4 that Tiger spent a lot of time balancing the risk and rewards of this short par 4. The penultimate hole on the front 9 has tremendous aesthetics from the tee with a chute of pine trees. The hole plays predominantly downwind and is reachable for a risk-taking longer hitter.

Caddy Tip

Tiger and his design team did a fantastic job providing a bail out to the right, but bowl is 30 ft. below the putting surface. This creates an extremely challenging pitch shot off the tight L1F zoysia. A ball that comes up short will be returned and maybe further away from where it started. Any shot headed up the right side of the green flirts with trouble.

Hole 9

Par
4
HCP
1
YDG
452

Long par 4 with an elevated tee shot to an extremely wide and generous fairway. With no fairway bunkers to navigate off the tee, the second shot is why this is the No. 1 handicap hole. The approach will be played off an upslope to an elevated green that is long, narrow and slopes heavily from back to front.

Caddy Tip

A false front adds to the challenge of the approach as well as a deep bunker just off the right side. There are large slopes to the left of the green and behind the green that will feed the ball toward the green, which provides great playability on this long hole. One of the fastest putts at Bluejack is If above the hole here.

Hole 10

Par
4
HCP
12
YDG
428

As we make the turn, the Bluejack beauty is on display with this downhill dogleg left par 4. The hole is framed wonderfully with three stacked bunkers guarding the left side of the fairway encouraging a draw from the tee. The approach shot is one of the most picturesque on the golf course with stately pine trees behind the green and two well-placed bunkers guarding the center and right sides of this shallow yet wide green complex.

Caddy Tip

A ridge bisecting the center of the green makes it crucial to find the correct side of the ridge on approach. If on the wrong side of the ridge, it's a challenging two putt.

Hole 11

Par
5
HCP
6
YDG
581

This long, straight away par 5 plays significantly shorter than the yardage on the scorecard. Playing predominantly downwind and downhill, long hitters can certainly go for it in two. With no fairway bunkers to avoid, the challenge of this hole lays around the tricky green complex. From 135 yards out, try to spot the famed Blueajck Oak tree flourishing on the right.

Caddy Tip

A low spot to the left of the green awaits the player who pulls their approach leaving a very difficult up and down. A miss to the right is no bargain either. The green slopes away from the player and is surprisingly very quick.

Hole 12

Par
3
HCP
8
YDG
180

Breathtaking downhill par 3 and the most talked about at Bluejack. We like to say that we have 18 signature holes, but if there is one that stands out and players celebreate the most, it is No. 12. This hole is often compared to the 12th at Augusta National, one of Tiger's favorite courses. Distance and accuracy are critical to clear the water.

Caddy Tip

The bail out areas on the left and long, but an intimidating chip shot tests player's touch. If the shot is hit too hard from these bailout areas, the green slopes away from the player and will pick up speed as the lake lurks on the other side of the green. Once on the putting surface, this green slopes heavily from left-to-right, making it difficult to hole putts. Par feels really good on this special hole.

Hole 13

Par
5
HCP
10
YDG
508

Reachable par 5 by today’s standards. The green complex at the 13th is the most unique with a bowl in the middle of the green creating right and left tiers. If on the wrong tier, these three distinct areas of the green make it a challenge to two-putt.

Caddy Tip

The tee shot target is the directional bunker on the right side of the fairway. For those who go for it in two, the bunker 20-yards short and right of the green will test ball-flight and distance control. As another example of Tiger and his design team using the ground as your friend, the contour of the surround funnels the ball to the green.

Hole 14

Par
4
HCP
16
YDG
367

The tee boxes on this short par 4 have a very unique design feature. The Tiger tee is the lowest of the teeing areas and each tee ascends moving forward, which is a feature rarely seen on today’s golf courses. A great example of Tiger and his design team preserving the natural contour of the land. Looking back from behind the 14th green you will find a magnificent view of more than 1,000 yards of contiguous turf down a magnificent pine chute, referred to as “The Green Mile.”

Caddy Tip

While short, the hole plays uphill and typically into the wind. A very large bunker guards the right side of the fairway, encouraging a tee shot to the left side where players will have an uphill approach shot, with the ball below their feet, into a very tricky green complex unapparent from the fairway.

Hole 15

Par
3
HCP
14
YDG
173

A deceptively difficult par 3 playing slightly uphill to a small green complex guarded by a deep bunker on the left. The wind tends to swirl on this hole often making club choice difficult.

Caddy Tip

True to Tiger's design philosophy, the playability of the green is maximized with mounding on the right side that will funnel a miss to the right back towards the green.

Hole 16

Par
4
HCP
4
YDG
456

Long, challenging par 4 that plays downhill and predominantly downwind. Although straight ahead, a well-placed fairway bunker guarding the left side makes the hole feel like a slight dogleg left. As the fairway slopes heavily from right-to-left, a well-placed draw will maximize roll. The approach shot may be one of the toughest on the golf course and is a TGR Design marvel.

Caddy Tip

The green features a steep fall off to the left, collecting balls slightly pulled and a push will land in the low-lying area to the right. The green complex is not circular as it appears from the fairway; it is hourglass shaped with a significant front-to-back slope. Another prime example of Tiger and his design team retaining the natural downhill terrain.

Hole 17

Par
4
HCP
18
YDG
302

The shortest par 4 at Bluejack National is arguably one of the most scenic. Three beautifully stacked bunkers paired with a large lone pine tree guard the left side of the fairway, which provides the best angle into this green complex that is the smallest on the course.

Caddy Tip

The deepest bunker on the golf course guards the front of the green. The defense of this hole lies on the green with it sloping heavily from back to front, making putts from the above the hole extremely fast and difficult. Tiger has done a wonderful job giving playability to the longer, tougher holes, and providing challenges on the shorter holes.

Hole 18

Par
4
HCP
2
YDG
459

This gorgeous finishing par 4 may be the most challenging at Bluejack. There are two fairway bunkers on the right and left that must be avoided. If a ball finds either bunker, it is unlikely to reach the green on the second shot. A player may contemplate two, maybe three, clubs more than the yardage. Par feels like a birdie on Bluejack’s finishing hole.

Caddy Tip

The green complex is heavily guarded with a steep false front, a deep greenside bunker to the left and a punitive slope on the left that could easily roll the ball far from the putting surface. On the right side of the green, a collection area presents one of the most challenging pitch shots on the course. The green has a ridge in the middle, creating a front quadrant and a back quadrant that can create havoc if you are not in the same hole location area.

Bluejack National & TGR Design

Established in 2006, the mission of TGR Design is to utilize Tiger’s worldwide experience, his limitless pursuit of excellence and his love of golf to create a unique collection of amazing golf courses around the world. Tiger believes that every project should be special and provide an outstanding golf experience. As a result, TGR Design seeks to find the best sites, select the best partners and create fantastic course designs. Bluejack National is equally proud and grateful to be home to the first Tiger Woods-designed course in the United States.

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