Tiger, Trump Team up for Dubai Course
There aren’t many people in the golf world with more money than Tiger Woods, but Donald Trump is one of them.
The two giants in the industry will combine to design and build an 18-hole championship course at Trump World Golf Club in Dubai, set inside the 55-million square foot master community known as Akoya Oxygen.
The course is expected to open in 2017.
This will be Woods’ third course to open, assuming everything stays on track. El Cardonal at Diamante in Mexico is slated to open later this month, with Blue Jack National, located outside of Houston, Texas, opening next fall.