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Eleuthera project to get Tiger Woods golf course

Jack’s Bay Developers, Beacon Land Development, and TGR Design have announced that the development of Jack’s Bay – a luxury property complex and a private club in The Bahamas – will feature a Tiger Woods-designed golf course. Pictured: (from left) Byron Bell, president of TGR Design; Sir Franklyn Wilson, KCMG. chairman of Jack's Bay Developers; and Michael Abbott, president of Beacon Land Development. (Photo courtesy Jack's Bay Developers)

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Wednesday, March 15, 2017
Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Jack’s Bay Developers, Beacon Land Development, and TGR Design have announced the development of Jack’s Bay – a luxury property complex and a private club in The Bahamas.


Jack’s Bay is located in Rock Sound on Eleuthera. The development will be home to the region’s first Tiger Woods-designed golf course.

“I am honoured to be part of this spectacular project in paradise,” says Woods. “The amazing convergence of land and sea calls for an equally unique and incredible golf experience that TGR Design can deliver. The golf course complements this luxury resort destination because it’s designed for golfers to have fun, while still being challenged.”

Development is currently underway on The Pink House, Pink Sand Bar, The Playgrounds – the 10-hole short course designed by Tiger Woods’ TGR Design – and more amenities planned for 2018. The project will ultimately encompass a residential resort featuring oceanfront suites, cottages, and villas.

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