Golf.Com Announces Nicklaus Ground Breaking

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“Jack’s Bay, the luxe, 1,200-acre private club community in the Bahamas, is adding another feather to its already impressive cap: Construction has begun on the world’s first Jack Nicklaus Heritage® Championship Golf Course, in collaboration with Nicklaus Design. The course, which is slated to open for play in 2025, will join The Playground, a 10-hole Tiger Woods and TGR Design that opened in August 2020 and features an inventive, fun-for-all-abilities layout with holes that range from 71 to 163 yards.

“We’re embarking on something truly spectacular at Jack’s Bay,” said Jack’s Bay Director of Development and Construction Doug Maslo in a press release. “The unparalleled standard associated with the Nicklaus Design philosophy is centered on blending natural elements with strategic challenges for players of all skill levels to enjoy in a Nicklaus experience. Together with the Nicklaus Design Team, we look to both preserve and enhance the incredible natural beauty of the land. Several holes will hug the ocean, while the inland terrain offers remarkable features like rolling elevations, lakes, and even ‘blue holes’ leading to the ocean. When I first took the Nicklaus Design team on a tour of the property a few years back, they suggested that our property is one of the best properties they had ever seen for a golf course.” Read the rest on Golf.Com

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