The Tiger Woods Dubai and Al Ruwaya Golf Club have announced it is forming an International Founding Board of Governors, as well as the release of 50 Founder Reserve memberships.
The International Founding Board of Governors will be formed as a precursor to a worldwide membership invitation program.
Golfers from around the world will be selected, invited and enrolled on a limited basis to order to monitor worldwide demand.
Abdulla Al Gurg, Project Director of the Tiger Woods Dubai, said: “Memberships at the Al Ruwaya Golf Club are very likely to be subscribed on a worldwide basis.
“The memberships will be limited, and provide golfers with exceptional privileges and a unique experience.”
Tiger Woods himself is still recovering from reconstructive knee surgery, but the Tiger Woods Dubai is fast taking shape as an exclusive golf community encompassing 22 palaces, 75 mansions and 100 luxury villas and community service facilities.
Al Ruwaya Golf Club, a 7,800 yard, par-72, 18-hole championship course will be the centerpiece of the Tiger Woods Dubai, and is the first design created by Tiger Woods Design.
Al Gurg added: “Across all its aspects, The Tiger Woods Dubai will reflect stringent quality standards and epitomise its promise as one of the most highly regarded and highly sought after golfing destinations worldwide.”
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