Tiger Woods Dubai Nears Opening
As Tiger Woods together with Tatweer officially unveil their master plans for Tiger Woods Dubai, the opening of this exclusive residential golf community draws near. The Tiger Woods Dubai is scheduled for completion in 2009. The Tiger Woods Dubai is inclusive of a 13 million square feet golf course designed by the most famous professional golfer in the sport, Tiger Woods. The golf course is said to accommodate only 200 memberships with community residents given top priority but aside from that, The Tiger Woods Dubai also features a golf academy equipped with professional staff, a 145,000 sq. ft clubhouse that has all the premium amenities and a high-end spa.>
Tiger Woods personally visited the site and walked the course before officially unveiling Tiger Woods Dubai to the public. Tiger Woods states that the golf course is exactly what he dreamed it would be. The course requires that golfers think smart and play technically in order to have a rewarding game. Other than that, the golf course is also fun to play for golfers no matter what the skill level.
The Tiger Woods Dubai not only boasts of its golf course, the Al Ruwaya, it also prides itself of its luxury residences. The exclusive residential community features 22 palaces, 75 mansions and 100 signature villas that all suit the taste of the rich and famous. The Tiger Woods Dubai does not end there because it also features its very own luxury boutique hotel that has 90 suites and 14 bungalows that can provide visitors with rest and luxury. Tiger Woods is set to make history again with the opening of The Tiger Woods Dubai.
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