Tiger Woods Golf Course in Park City, Utah!
We've known this announcement was coming, but couldn't let the cat out of the bag 'til TGR Design made their formal press release about their new private Marcella Club at Jordanelle Ridge.
Marcella Club Park City
Marcella Club is a key component of the new Mayflower Mountain Resort that's being developed adjacent to Deer Valley Resort in Park City, Utah. The Marcella developers are currently offering ski in ski out lots for sale at Marcella Mountain, with coming soon ski in ski out townhomes and homes at Marcella Jordanelle Ridge, where the new golf club is being constructed.
Tiger Woods Utah Golf Course Press Release
According to a press release today by TGR Design by Tiger's press release today:
"The cornerstone of the Marcella Club will be the first Valley with Mount Timpanogos in the distance. Marcella Club will have some of the most spectacular views in all of golf.
The cornerstone of the Marcella Club will be the first mountain course design for Tiger and TGR Design. The course has been routed to take advantage of the incredible long-range vistas while also incorporating contrasting intimate valleys between the ridges to create a truly unique and memorable golf experience. The course will provide a stern test for low handicap golfers, yet also present a fun, family friendly experience to allow individuals of all skill levels to come together and enjoy the course.
The championship course will feature generous landing areas helping players to keep the ball in play while still challenging players with strategic choices and angles off the tee for the best opportunities to score. The greens will vary in size and contouring to reinforce the tee shot strategy, but with green surrounds mowed tight, players missing the green will be able to use their creativity to make interesting recoveries.
The partnership between Marcella Club and Tiger will be the premier golf experience in the Mountain West resulting in a championship course that will fully take advantage of the stunning Utah setting and be strategically designed to be playable for all."