January 2015 – Golf Diamante

The first Tiger Woods-designed golf course is up and running and you can play it now. Woods’ project at Diamante in Cabo San Lucas is now complete and officially open.

“This is a culmination of a dream for me and my team. I’ve always wanted to be involved in golf course design, and now my first course is ready to open.”

Woods was there for the opening on December 16 getting ready to tackle his own hazards on the 7,363 yard layout which sits above the No 52 ranked Davis Love III designed Dunes course.

The course offers dramatic views of the Pacific Ocean with the Sierra de la Laguna mountains behind and the El Faro lighthouse there too all set with the mile and half of sandy white beach at Diamante.

With five sets of tees, there is something here for every golfer of every skill. Tiger was keen to ensure it was a test for everyone in the family, mom dad and kids!

In keeping with the philosophy of the old California courses he grew up on the bunkers will be big and a keen eye for detail has ensured lines of sight, strategy and thinking golf will be at the forefront of every golfer playing.

There are very few big, new things left possible for Tiger to do, El Cardonal has certainly proved one of them. After a few TW Design courses fell through due to finance and untimely economics, this course in Mexico will undoubtedly be used as a showpiece and selling tool as his design company grows. Next up is Bluejack National and Trump’s Golf World development in Dubai.

Meanwhile for residents at Diamante Cabo San Lucas, their new course is one they will feel justifiably proud of sat next to their world renowned Dunes Course.

As with the Dunes course the wind will be a big factor. It also has similarities with the finishing stretch of six holes being the toughest on the course.

“I designed El Cardonal at Diamante to make you think,” Woods explained. “You must be willing to weigh risks and make smart choices. Proper strategy will provide the best opportunity to score. The biggest compliment I can receive after you play my course is that you want to play it again.”

We will Tiger, we will.

Now, Tiger will focus his attentions on another course in Dubai, but we are sure to see plenty more of him around Diamante, as he owns a house that also overlooks El Cardonal.

For your opportunity to play tiger Woods’ El Cardonal call 520-509-9040 or fill in the form on our home page.

We make 10 predictions for the golfing year:

1.) Henrik Stenson to finally break his major duck. Currently the world’s most consistent performer without a major in his trophy cabinet, Stenson will be eying up either the US Open or the PGA as his best chances for his maiden major championship and be Sweden’s first male golfer to do so.

2.) Rory McIlroy to come close at Augusta but ultimately come up short. Predicting a Grand Slam for the young Ulsterman is all too easy. He is, by far, the best player in the world, but he is not without his faults. He had third-round meltdown syndrome last season and Nike-induced loss of form the season before. He’ll win plenty this year but he’ll not be without some issue or other, which is exactly why we love him!

3.) If not Rory at the Masters then who? We think Jordan Spieth will be spraying the eighteenth green with champagne and picking up a green jacket that he need refitting for before the decade is out. The 21 year old Texan still has some filling out to do as he has years on his competition. He is still four years younger than McIlroy and way ahead of the game, but recent back to back victories confirm he has found the winning formula.

4.) Dustin Johnson makes a successful return to golf by winning the US Open at Chambers Bay. Johnson is currently holding the longest winning streak in the PGA Tour with wins in each of his last eight seasons and with the U.S. open being played on a seaside course that might be reminiscent of British links and his favorite course at Pebble Beach, it could be a major breakthrough for the golfer with the most publicized off course media speculation in the world.

5.) Current FedEx Cup points leader Robert Streb to disappear without managing another top ten this season. As much as it has been a welcome sight for journeyman Streb to start winning and competing this season, as the courses get tougher, so will the competition. He certainly isn’t the longest hitter and he doesn’t hit enough fairways either. Perhaps the 90th ranked player in the world might be feeling out of his depth sometime soon.

6.) Patrick Reed to confirm his prediction and become a Top 5 golfer. Since the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles most people have been impressed with what they have seen from Reed. He’s made some bold statements in 2014, pissed a number of people off and yet his golf has come through pretty unscathed. The future looks bright for the new red and black Sunday hero.

7.) No list is complete unless we gaze into the Tiger Woods crystal ball. Will he win another major, will he get back to the top of the world, can he still compete with Stenson, McIlroy, Spieth, Reed or Scott, is he ever going to win again? The answers are perhaps, no, not every week and yes!

8.) Phil Mickelson might well have seen his best days behind him. Like Els, Singh and Westwood another winless year beckons for Lefty who will continue to miss fairways and two footers at crucial times. His current world ranking of 14 might yet be as lofty as gets for a while.

9.) Jason Dufner had a quiet year on tour last season, so much so that we saw more of his wife Amanda on Instagram than we did did of Jason on the golf course. Neck and back problems were the cause of his foreshortened season, but he should make a multiple-winning return to form this season and maybe another crack at the final major of the season again too.

10.) The European bubble will burst. The are now four Europeans in the top six of the world rankings, and after another defiant defense of the Ryder Cup, Americans need some new heroes. While McIlroy and (Aussie) Adam Scott will still be at the top of their game in 2015, look for players like Spieth, Reed, Rickie Fowler, Matt Kuchar, Billy Horschel and Bubba Watson to lead the American return to dominance. By the end of the year a more consistent Bubba might well be knocking on the door of the number one spot.

January 2015 – Golf Diamante

The first Tiger Woods-designed golf course is up and running and you can play it now. Woods’ project at Diamante in Cabo San Lucas is now complete and officially open.

“This is a culmination of a dream for me and my team. I’ve always wanted to be involved in golf course design, and now my first course is ready to open.”

Woods was there for the opening on December 16 getting ready to tackle his own hazards on the 7,363 yard layout which sits above the No 52 ranked Davis Love III designed Dunes course.

The course offers dramatic views of the Pacific Ocean with the Sierra de la Laguna mountains behind and the El Faro lighthouse there too all set with the mile and half of sandy white beach at Diamante.

With five sets of tees, there is something here for every golfer of every skill. Tiger was keen to ensure it was a test for everyone in the family, mom dad and kids!

In keeping with the philosophy of the old California courses he grew up on the bunkers will be big and a keen eye for detail has ensured lines of sight, strategy and thinking golf will be at the forefront of every golfer playing.

There are very few big, new things left possible for Tiger to do, El Cardonal has certainly proved one of them. After a few TW Design courses fell through due to finance and untimely economics, this course in Mexico will undoubtedly be used as a showpiece and selling tool as his design company grows. Next up is Bluejack National and Trump’s Golf World development in Dubai.

Meanwhile for residents at Diamante Cabo San Lucas, their new course is one they will feel justifiably proud of sat next to their world renowned Dunes Course.

As with the Dunes course the wind will be a big factor. It also has similarities with the finishing stretch of six holes being the toughest on the course.

“I designed El Cardonal at Diamante to make you think,” Woods explained. “You must be willing to weigh risks and make smart choices. Proper strategy will provide the best opportunity to score. The biggest compliment I can receive after you play my course is that you want to play it again.”

We will Tiger, we will.

Now, Tiger will focus his attentions on another course in Dubai, but we are sure to see plenty more of him around Diamante, as he owns a house that also overlooks El Cardonal.

For your opportunity to play tiger Woods’ El Cardonal call 520-509-9040 or fill in the form on our home page.

We make 10 predictions for the golfing year:

1.) Henrik Stenson to finally break his major duck. Currently the world’s most consistent performer without a major in his trophy cabinet, Stenson will be eying up either the US Open or the PGA as his best chances for his maiden major championship and be Sweden’s first male golfer to do so.

2.) Rory McIlroy to come close at Augusta but ultimately come up short. Predicting a Grand Slam for the young Ulsterman is all too easy. He is, by far, the best player in the world, but he is not without his faults. He had third-round meltdown syndrome last season and Nike-induced loss of form the season before. He’ll win plenty this year but he’ll not be without some issue or other, which is exactly why we love him!

3.) If not Rory at the Masters then who? We think Jordan Spieth will be spraying the eighteenth green with champagne and picking up a green jacket that he need refitting for before the decade is out. The 21 year old Texan still has some filling out to do as he has years on his competition. He is still four years younger than McIlroy and way ahead of the game, but recent back to back victories confirm he has found the winning formula.

4.) Dustin Johnson makes a successful return to golf by winning the US Open at Chambers Bay. Johnson is currently holding the longest winning streak in the PGA Tour with wins in each of his last eight seasons and with the U.S. open being played on a seaside course that might be reminiscent of British links and his favorite course at Pebble Beach, it could be a major breakthrough for the golfer with the most publicized off course media speculation in the world.

5.) Current FedEx Cup points leader Robert Streb to disappear without managing another top ten this season. As much as it has been a welcome sight for journeyman Streb to start winning and competing this season, as the courses get tougher, so will the competition. He certainly isn’t the longest hitter and he doesn’t hit enough fairways either. Perhaps the 90th ranked player in the world might be feeling out of his depth sometime soon.

6.) Patrick Reed to confirm his prediction and become a Top 5 golfer. Since the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles most people have been impressed with what they have seen from Reed. He’s made some bold statements in 2014, pissed a number of people off and yet his golf has come through pretty unscathed. The future looks bright for the new red and black Sunday hero.

7.) No list is complete unless we gaze into the Tiger Woods crystal ball. Will he win another major, will he get back to the top of the world, can he still compete with Stenson, McIlroy, Spieth, Reed or Scott, is he ever going to win again? The answers are perhaps, no, not every week and yes!

8.) Phil Mickelson might well have seen his best days behind him. Like Els, Singh and Westwood another winless year beckons for Lefty who will continue to miss fairways and two footers at crucial times. His current world ranking of 14 might yet be as lofty as gets for a while.

9.) Jason Dufner had a quiet year on tour last season, so much so that we saw more of his wife Amanda on Instagram than we did did of Jason on the golf course. Neck and back problems were the cause of his foreshortened season, but he should make a multiple-winning return to form this season and maybe another crack at the final major of the season again too.

10.) The European bubble will burst. The are now four Europeans in the top six of the world rankings, and after another defiant defense of the Ryder Cup, Americans need some new heroes. While McIlroy and (Aussie) Adam Scott will still be at the top of their game in 2015, look for players like Spieth, Reed, Rickie Fowler, Matt Kuchar, Billy Horschel and Bubba Watson to lead the American return to dominance. By the end of the year a more consistent Bubba might well be knocking on the door of the number one spot.

The first Tiger Woods-designed golf course is up and running and you can play it now. Woods’ project at Diamante in Cabo San Lucas is now complete and officially open.

“This is a culmination of a dream for me and my team. I’ve always wanted to be involved in golf course design, and now my first course is ready to open.”

Woods was there for the opening on December 16 getting ready to tackle his own hazards on the 7,363 yard layout which sits above the No 52 ranked Davis Love III designed Dunes course.

The course offers dramatic views of the Pacific Ocean with the Sierra de la Laguna mountains behind and the El Faro lighthouse there too all set with the mile and half of sandy white beach at Diamante.

With five sets of tees, there is something here for every golfer of every skill. Tiger was keen to ensure it was a test for everyone in the family, mom dad and kids!

In keeping with the philosophy of the old California courses he grew up on the bunkers will be big and a keen eye for detail has ensured lines of sight, strategy and thinking golf will be at the forefront of every golfer playing.

There are very few big, new things left possible for Tiger to do, El Cardonal has certainly proved one of them. After a few TW Design courses fell through due to finance and untimely economics, this course in Mexico will undoubtedly be used as a showpiece and selling tool as his design company grows. Next up is Bluejack National and Trump’s Golf World development in Dubai.

Meanwhile for residents at Diamante Cabo San Lucas, their new course is one they will feel justifiably proud of sat next to their world renowned Dunes Course.

As with the Dunes course the wind will be a big factor. It also has similarities with the finishing stretch of six holes being the toughest on the course.

“I designed El Cardonal at Diamante to make you think,” Woods explained. “You must be willing to weigh risks and make smart choices. Proper strategy will provide the best opportunity to score. The biggest compliment I can receive after you play my course is that you want to play it again.”

We will Tiger, we will.

Now, Tiger will focus his attentions on another course in Dubai, but we are sure to see plenty more of him around Diamante, as he owns a house that also overlooks El Cardonal.

For your opportunity to play tiger Woods’ El Cardonal call 520-509-9040 or fill in the form on our home page.

We make 10 predictions for the golfing year:

1.) Henrik Stenson to finally break his major duck. Currently the world’s most consistent performer without a major in his trophy cabinet, Stenson will be eying up either the US Open or the PGA as his best chances for his maiden major championship and be Sweden’s first male golfer to do so.

2.) Rory McIlroy to come close at Augusta but ultimately come up short. Predicting a Grand Slam for the young Ulsterman is all too easy. He is, by far, the best player in the world, but he is not without his faults. He had third-round meltdown syndrome last season and Nike-induced loss of form the season before. He’ll win plenty this year but he’ll not be without some issue or other, which is exactly why we love him!

3.) If not Rory at the Masters then who? We think Jordan Spieth will be spraying the eighteenth green with champagne and picking up a green jacket that he need refitting for before the decade is out. The 21 year old Texan still has some filling out to do as he has years on his competition. He is still four years younger than McIlroy and way ahead of the game, but recent back to back victories confirm he has found the winning formula.

4.) Dustin Johnson makes a successful return to golf by winning the US Open at Chambers Bay. Johnson is currently holding the longest winning streak in the PGA Tour with wins in each of his last eight seasons and with the U.S. open being played on a seaside course that might be reminiscent of British links and his favorite course at Pebble Beach, it could be a major breakthrough for the golfer with the most publicized off course media speculation in the world.

5.) Current FedEx Cup points leader Robert Streb to disappear without managing another top ten this season. As much as it has been a welcome sight for journeyman Streb to start winning and competing this season, as the courses get tougher, so will the competition. He certainly isn’t the longest hitter and he doesn’t hit enough fairways either. Perhaps the 90th ranked player in the world might be feeling out of his depth sometime soon.

6.) Patrick Reed to confirm his prediction and become a Top 5 golfer. Since the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles most people have been impressed with what they have seen from Reed. He’s made some bold statements in 2014, pissed a number of people off and yet his golf has come through pretty unscathed. The future looks bright for the new red and black Sunday hero.

7.) No list is complete unless we gaze into the Tiger Woods crystal ball. Will he win another major, will he get back to the top of the world, can he still compete with Stenson, McIlroy, Spieth, Reed or Scott, is he ever going to win again? The answers are perhaps, no, not every week and yes!

8.) Phil Mickelson might well have seen his best days behind him. Like Els, Singh and Westwood another winless year beckons for Lefty who will continue to miss fairways and two footers at crucial times. His current world ranking of 14 might yet be as lofty as gets for a while.

9.) Jason Dufner had a quiet year on tour last season, so much so that we saw more of his wife Amanda on Instagram than we did did of Jason on the golf course. Neck and back problems were the cause of his foreshortened season, but he should make a multiple-winning return to form this season and maybe another crack at the final major of the season again too.

10.) The European bubble will burst. The are now four Europeans in the top six of the world rankings, and after another defiant defense of the Ryder Cup, Americans need some new heroes. While McIlroy and (Aussie) Adam Scott will still be at the top of their game in 2015, look for players like Spieth, Reed, Rickie Fowler, Matt Kuchar, Billy Horschel and Bubba Watson to lead the American return to dominance. By the end of the year a more consistent Bubba might well be knocking on the door of the number one spot.

The first Tiger Woods-designed golf course is up and running and you can play it now. Woods’ project at Diamante in Cabo San Lucas is now complete and officially open.

“This is a culmination of a dream for me and my team. I’ve always wanted to be involved in golf course design, and now my first course is ready to open.”

Woods was there for the opening on December 16 getting ready to tackle his own hazards on the 7,363 yard layout which sits above the No 52 ranked Davis Love III designed Dunes course.

The course offers dramatic views of the Pacific Ocean with the Sierra de la Laguna mountains behind and the El Faro lighthouse there too all set with the mile and half of sandy white beach at Diamante.

With five sets of tees, there is something here for every golfer of every skill. Tiger was keen to ensure it was a test for everyone in the family, mom dad and kids!

In keeping with the philosophy of the old California courses he grew up on the bunkers will be big and a keen eye for detail has ensured lines of sight, strategy and thinking golf will be at the forefront of every golfer playing.

There are very few big, new things left possible for Tiger to do, El Cardonal has certainly proved one of them. After a few TW Design courses fell through due to finance and untimely economics, this course in Mexico will undoubtedly be used as a showpiece and selling tool as his design company grows. Next up is Bluejack National and Trump’s Golf World development in Dubai.

Meanwhile for residents at Diamante Cabo San Lucas, their new course is one they will feel justifiably proud of sat next to their world renowned Dunes Course.

As with the Dunes course the wind will be a big factor. It also has similarities with the finishing stretch of six holes being the toughest on the course.

“I designed El Cardonal at Diamante to make you think,” Woods explained. “You must be willing to weigh risks and make smart choices. Proper strategy will provide the best opportunity to score. The biggest compliment I can receive after you play my course is that you want to play it again.”

We will Tiger, we will.

Now, Tiger will focus his attentions on another course in Dubai, but we are sure to see plenty more of him around Diamante, as he owns a house that also overlooks El Cardonal.

For your opportunity to play tiger Woods’ El Cardonal call 520-509-9040 or fill in the form on our home page.

We make 10 predictions for the golfing year:

1.) Henrik Stenson to finally break his major duck. Currently the world’s most consistent performer without a major in his trophy cabinet, Stenson will be eying up either the US Open or the PGA as his best chances for his maiden major championship and be Sweden’s first male golfer to do so.

2.) Rory McIlroy to come close at Augusta but ultimately come up short. Predicting a Grand Slam for the young Ulsterman is all too easy. He is, by far, the best player in the world, but he is not without his faults. He had third-round meltdown syndrome last season and Nike-induced loss of form the season before. He’ll win plenty this year but he’ll not be without some issue or other, which is exactly why we love him!

3.) If not Rory at the Masters then who? We think Jordan Spieth will be spraying the eighteenth green with champagne and picking up a green jacket that he need refitting for before the decade is out. The 21 year old Texan still has some filling out to do as he has years on his competition. He is still four years younger than McIlroy and way ahead of the game, but recent back to back victories confirm he has found the winning formula.

4.) Dustin Johnson makes a successful return to golf by winning the US Open at Chambers Bay. Johnson is currently holding the longest winning streak in the PGA Tour with wins in each of his last eight seasons and with the U.S. open being played on a seaside course that might be reminiscent of British links and his favorite course at Pebble Beach, it could be a major breakthrough for the golfer with the most publicized off course media speculation in the world.

5.) Current FedEx Cup points leader Robert Streb to disappear without managing another top ten this season. As much as it has been a welcome sight for journeyman Streb to start winning and competing this season, as the courses get tougher, so will the competition. He certainly isn’t the longest hitter and he doesn’t hit enough fairways either. Perhaps the 90th ranked player in the world might be feeling out of his depth sometime soon.

6.) Patrick Reed to confirm his prediction and become a Top 5 golfer. Since the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles most people have been impressed with what they have seen from Reed. He’s made some bold statements in 2014, pissed a number of people off and yet his golf has come through pretty unscathed. The future looks bright for the new red and black Sunday hero.

7.) No list is complete unless we gaze into the Tiger Woods crystal ball. Will he win another major, will he get back to the top of the world, can he still compete with Stenson, McIlroy, Spieth, Reed or Scott, is he ever going to win again? The answers are perhaps, no, not every week and yes!

8.) Phil Mickelson might well have seen his best days behind him. Like Els, Singh and Westwood another winless year beckons for Lefty who will continue to miss fairways and two footers at crucial times. His current world ranking of 14 might yet be as lofty as gets for a while.

9.) Jason Dufner had a quiet year on tour last season, so much so that we saw more of his wife Amanda on Instagram than we did did of Jason on the golf course. Neck and back problems were the cause of his foreshortened season, but he should make a multiple-winning return to form this season and maybe another crack at the final major of the season again too.

10.) The European bubble will burst. The are now four Europeans in the top six of the world rankings, and after another defiant defense of the Ryder Cup, Americans need some new heroes. While McIlroy and (Aussie) Adam Scott will still be at the top of their game in 2015, look for players like Spieth, Reed, Rickie Fowler, Matt Kuchar, Billy Horschel and Bubba Watson to lead the American return to dominance. By the end of the year a more consistent Bubba might well be knocking on the door of the number one spot.

The first Tiger Woods-designed golf course is up and running and you can play it now. Woods’ project at Diamante in Cabo San Lucas is now complete and officially open.

“This is a culmination of a dream for me and my team. I’ve always wanted to be involved in golf course design, and now my first course is ready to open.”

Woods was there for the opening on December 16 getting ready to tackle his own hazards on the 7,363 yard layout which sits above the No 52 ranked Davis Love III designed Dunes course.

The course offers dramatic views of the Pacific Ocean with the Sierra de la Laguna mountains behind and the El Faro lighthouse there too all set with the mile and half of sandy white beach at Diamante.

With five sets of tees, there is something here for every golfer of every skill. Tiger was keen to ensure it was a test for everyone in the family, mom dad and kids!

In keeping with the philosophy of the old California courses he grew up on the bunkers will be big and a keen eye for detail has ensured lines of sight, strategy and thinking golf will be at the forefront of every golfer playing.

There are very few big, new things left possible for Tiger to do, El Cardonal has certainly proved one of them. After a few TW Design courses fell through due to finance and untimely economics, this course in Mexico will undoubtedly be used as a showpiece and selling tool as his design company grows. Next up is Bluejack National and Trump’s Golf World development in Dubai.

Meanwhile for residents at Diamante Cabo San Lucas, their new course is one they will feel justifiably proud of sat next to their world renowned Dunes Course.

As with the Dunes course the wind will be a big factor. It also has similarities with the finishing stretch of six holes being the toughest on the course.

“I designed El Cardonal at Diamante to make you think,” Woods explained. “You must be willing to weigh risks and make smart choices. Proper strategy will provide the best opportunity to score. The biggest compliment I can receive after you play my course is that you want to play it again.”

We will Tiger, we will.

Now, Tiger will focus his attentions on another course in Dubai, but we are sure to see plenty more of him around Diamante, as he owns a house that also overlooks El Cardonal.

For your opportunity to play tiger Woods’ El Cardonal call 520-509-9040 or fill in the form on our home page.

We make 10 predictions for the golfing year:

1.) Henrik Stenson to finally break his major duck. Currently the world’s most consistent performer without a major in his trophy cabinet, Stenson will be eying up either the US Open or the PGA as his best chances for his maiden major championship and be Sweden’s first male golfer to do so.

2.) Rory McIlroy to come close at Augusta but ultimately come up short. Predicting a Grand Slam for the young Ulsterman is all too easy. He is, by far, the best player in the world, but he is not without his faults. He had third-round meltdown syndrome last season and Nike-induced loss of form the season before. He’ll win plenty this year but he’ll not be without some issue or other, which is exactly why we love him!

3.) If not Rory at the Masters then who? We think Jordan Spieth will be spraying the eighteenth green with champagne and picking up a green jacket that he need refitting for before the decade is out. The 21 year old Texan still has some filling out to do as he has years on his competition. He is still four years younger than McIlroy and way ahead of the game, but recent back to back victories confirm he has found the winning formula.

4.) Dustin Johnson makes a successful return to golf by winning the US Open at Chambers Bay. Johnson is currently holding the longest winning streak in the PGA Tour with wins in each of his last eight seasons and with the U.S. open being played on a seaside course that might be reminiscent of British links and his favorite course at Pebble Beach, it could be a major breakthrough for the golfer with the most publicized off course media speculation in the world.

5.) Current FedEx Cup points leader Robert Streb to disappear without managing another top ten this season. As much as it has been a welcome sight for journeyman Streb to start winning and competing this season, as the courses get tougher, so will the competition. He certainly isn’t the longest hitter and he doesn’t hit enough fairways either. Perhaps the 90th ranked player in the world might be feeling out of his depth sometime soon.

6.) Patrick Reed to confirm his prediction and become a Top 5 golfer. Since the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles most people have been impressed with what they have seen from Reed. He’s made some bold statements in 2014, pissed a number of people off and yet his golf has come through pretty unscathed. The future looks bright for the new red and black Sunday hero.

7.) No list is complete unless we gaze into the Tiger Woods crystal ball. Will he win another major, will he get back to the top of the world, can he still compete with Stenson, McIlroy, Spieth, Reed or Scott, is he ever going to win again? The answers are perhaps, no, not every week and yes!

8.) Phil Mickelson might well have seen his best days behind him. Like Els, Singh and Westwood another winless year beckons for Lefty who will continue to miss fairways and two footers at crucial times. His current world ranking of 14 might yet be as lofty as gets for a while.

9.) Jason Dufner had a quiet year on tour last season, so much so that we saw more of his wife Amanda on Instagram than we did did of Jason on the golf course. Neck and back problems were the cause of his foreshortened season, but he should make a multiple-winning return to form this season and maybe another crack at the final major of the season again too.

10.) The European bubble will burst. The are now four Europeans in the top six of the world rankings, and after another defiant defense of the Ryder Cup, Americans need some new heroes. While McIlroy and (Aussie) Adam Scott will still be at the top of their game in 2015, look for players like Spieth, Reed, Rickie Fowler, Matt Kuchar, Billy Horschel and Bubba Watson to lead the American return to dominance. By the end of the year a more consistent Bubba might well be knocking on the door of the number one spot.

The first Tiger Woods-designed golf course is up and running and you can play it now. Woods’ project at Diamante in Cabo San Lucas is now complete and officially open.

“This is a culmination of a dream for me and my team. I’ve always wanted to be involved in golf course design, and now my first course is ready to open.”

Woods was there for the opening on December 16 getting ready to tackle his own hazards on the 7,363 yard layout which sits above the No 52 ranked Davis Love III designed Dunes course.

The course offers dramatic views of the Pacific Ocean with the Sierra de la Laguna mountains behind and the El Faro lighthouse there too all set with the mile and half of sandy white beach at Diamante.

With five sets of tees, there is something here for every golfer of every skill. Tiger was keen to ensure it was a test for everyone in the family, mom dad and kids!

In keeping with the philosophy of the old California courses he grew up on the bunkers will be big and a keen eye for detail has ensured lines of sight, strategy and thinking golf will be at the forefront of every golfer playing.

There are very few big, new things left possible for Tiger to do, El Cardonal has certainly proved one of them. After a few TW Design courses fell through due to finance and untimely economics, this course in Mexico will undoubtedly be used as a showpiece and selling tool as his design company grows. Next up is Bluejack National and Trump’s Golf World development in Dubai.

Meanwhile for residents at Diamante Cabo San Lucas, their new course is one they will feel justifiably proud of sat next to their world renowned Dunes Course.

As with the Dunes course the wind will be a big factor. It also has similarities with the finishing stretch of six holes being the toughest on the course.

“I designed El Cardonal at Diamante to make you think,” Woods explained. “You must be willing to weigh risks and make smart choices. Proper strategy will provide the best opportunity to score. The biggest compliment I can receive after you play my course is that you want to play it again.”

We will Tiger, we will.

Now, Tiger will focus his attentions on another course in Dubai, but we are sure to see plenty more of him around Diamante, as he owns a house that also overlooks El Cardonal.

For your opportunity to play tiger Woods’ El Cardonal call 520-509-9040 or fill in the form on our home page.

We make 10 predictions for the golfing year:

1.) Henrik Stenson to finally break his major duck. Currently the world’s most consistent performer without a major in his trophy cabinet, Stenson will be eying up either the US Open or the PGA as his best chances for his maiden major championship and be Sweden’s first male golfer to do so.

2.) Rory McIlroy to come close at Augusta but ultimately come up short. Predicting a Grand Slam for the young Ulsterman is all too easy. He is, by far, the best player in the world, but he is not without his faults. He had third-round meltdown syndrome last season and Nike-induced loss of form the season before. He’ll win plenty this year but he’ll not be without some issue or other, which is exactly why we love him!

3.) If not Rory at the Masters then who? We think Jordan Spieth will be spraying the eighteenth green with champagne and picking up a green jacket that he need refitting for before the decade is out. The 21 year old Texan still has some filling out to do as he has years on his competition. He is still four years younger than McIlroy and way ahead of the game, but recent back to back victories confirm he has found the winning formula.

4.) Dustin Johnson makes a successful return to golf by winning the US Open at Chambers Bay. Johnson is currently holding the longest winning streak in the PGA Tour with wins in each of his last eight seasons and with the U.S. open being played on a seaside course that might be reminiscent of British links and his favorite course at Pebble Beach, it could be a major breakthrough for the golfer with the most publicized off course media speculation in the world.

5.) Current FedEx Cup points leader Robert Streb to disappear without managing another top ten this season. As much as it has been a welcome sight for journeyman Streb to start winning and competing this season, as the courses get tougher, so will the competition. He certainly isn’t the longest hitter and he doesn’t hit enough fairways either. Perhaps the 90th ranked player in the world might be feeling out of his depth sometime soon.

6.) Patrick Reed to confirm his prediction and become a Top 5 golfer. Since the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles most people have been impressed with what they have seen from Reed. He’s made some bold statements in 2014, pissed a number of people off and yet his golf has come through pretty unscathed. The future looks bright for the new red and black Sunday hero.

7.) No list is complete unless we gaze into the Tiger Woods crystal ball. Will he win another major, will he get back to the top of the world, can he still compete with Stenson, McIlroy, Spieth, Reed or Scott, is he ever going to win again? The answers are perhaps, no, not every week and yes!

8.) Phil Mickelson might well have seen his best days behind him. Like Els, Singh and Westwood another winless year beckons for Lefty who will continue to miss fairways and two footers at crucial times. His current world ranking of 14 might yet be as lofty as gets for a while.

9.) Jason Dufner had a quiet year on tour last season, so much so that we saw more of his wife Amanda on Instagram than we did did of Jason on the golf course. Neck and back problems were the cause of his foreshortened season, but he should make a multiple-winning return to form this season and maybe another crack at the final major of the season again too.

10.) The European bubble will burst. The are now four Europeans in the top six of the world rankings, and after another defiant defense of the Ryder Cup, Americans need some new heroes. While McIlroy and (Aussie) Adam Scott will still be at the top of their game in 2015, look for players like Spieth, Reed, Rickie Fowler, Matt Kuchar, Billy Horschel and Bubba Watson to lead the American return to dominance. By the end of the year a more consistent Bubba might well be knocking on the door of the number one spot.

The first Tiger Woods-designed golf course is up and running and you can play it now. Woods’ project at Diamante in Cabo San Lucas is now complete and officially open.

“This is a culmination of a dream for me and my team. I’ve always wanted to be involved in golf course design, and now my first course is ready to open.”

Woods was there for the opening on December 16 getting ready to tackle his own hazards on the 7,363 yard layout which sits above the No 52 ranked Davis Love III designed Dunes course.

The course offers dramatic views of the Pacific Ocean with the Sierra de la Laguna mountains behind and the El Faro lighthouse there too all set with the mile and half of sandy white beach at Diamante.

With five sets of tees, there is something here for every golfer of every skill. Tiger was keen to ensure it was a test for everyone in the family, mom dad and kids!

In keeping with the philosophy of the old California courses he grew up on the bunkers will be big and a keen eye for detail has ensured lines of sight, strategy and thinking golf will be at the forefront of every golfer playing.

There are very few big, new things left possible for Tiger to do, El Cardonal has certainly proved one of them. After a few TW Design courses fell through due to finance and untimely economics, this course in Mexico will undoubtedly be used as a showpiece and selling tool as his design company grows. Next up is Bluejack National and Trump’s Golf World development in Dubai.

Meanwhile for residents at Diamante Cabo San Lucas, their new course is one they will feel justifiably proud of sat next to their world renowned Dunes Course.

As with the Dunes course the wind will be a big factor. It also has similarities with the finishing stretch of six holes being the toughest on the course.

“I designed El Cardonal at Diamante to make you think,” Woods explained. “You must be willing to weigh risks and make smart choices. Proper strategy will provide the best opportunity to score. The biggest compliment I can receive after you play my course is that you want to play it again.”

We will Tiger, we will.

Now, Tiger will focus his attentions on another course in Dubai, but we are sure to see plenty more of him around Diamante, as he owns a house that also overlooks El Cardonal.

For your opportunity to play tiger Woods’ El Cardonal call 520-509-9040 or fill in the form on our home page.

We make 10 predictions for the golfing year:

1.) Henrik Stenson to finally break his major duck. Currently the world’s most consistent performer without a major in his trophy cabinet, Stenson will be eying up either the US Open or the PGA as his best chances for his maiden major championship and be Sweden’s first male golfer to do so.

2.) Rory McIlroy to come close at Augusta but ultimately come up short. Predicting a Grand Slam for the young Ulsterman is all too easy. He is, by far, the best player in the world, but he is not without his faults. He had third-round meltdown syndrome last season and Nike-induced loss of form the season before. He’ll win plenty this year but he’ll not be without some issue or other, which is exactly why we love him!

3.) If not Rory at the Masters then who? We think Jordan Spieth will be spraying the eighteenth green with champagne and picking up a green jacket that he need refitting for before the decade is out. The 21 year old Texan still has some filling out to do as he has years on his competition. He is still four years younger than McIlroy and way ahead of the game, but recent back to back victories confirm he has found the winning formula.

4.) Dustin Johnson makes a successful return to golf by winning the US Open at Chambers Bay. Johnson is currently holding the longest winning streak in the PGA Tour with wins in each of his last eight seasons and with the U.S. open being played on a seaside course that might be reminiscent of British links and his favorite course at Pebble Beach, it could be a major breakthrough for the golfer with the most publicized off course media speculation in the world.

5.) Current FedEx Cup points leader Robert Streb to disappear without managing another top ten this season. As much as it has been a welcome sight for journeyman Streb to start winning and competing this season, as the courses get tougher, so will the competition. He certainly isn’t the longest hitter and he doesn’t hit enough fairways either. Perhaps the 90th ranked player in the world might be feeling out of his depth sometime soon.

6.) Patrick Reed to confirm his prediction and become a Top 5 golfer. Since the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles most people have been impressed with what they have seen from Reed. He’s made some bold statements in 2014, pissed a number of people off and yet his golf has come through pretty unscathed. The future looks bright for the new red and black Sunday hero.

7.) No list is complete unless we gaze into the Tiger Woods crystal ball. Will he win another major, will he get back to the top of the world, can he still compete with Stenson, McIlroy, Spieth, Reed or Scott, is he ever going to win again? The answers are perhaps, no, not every week and yes!

8.) Phil Mickelson might well have seen his best days behind him. Like Els, Singh and Westwood another winless year beckons for Lefty who will continue to miss fairways and two footers at crucial times. His current world ranking of 14 might yet be as lofty as gets for a while.

9.) Jason Dufner had a quiet year on tour last season, so much so that we saw more of his wife Amanda on Instagram than we did did of Jason on the golf course. Neck and back problems were the cause of his foreshortened season, but he should make a multiple-winning return to form this season and maybe another crack at the final major of the season again too.

10.) The European bubble will burst. The are now four Europeans in the top six of the world rankings, and after another defiant defense of the Ryder Cup, Americans need some new heroes. While McIlroy and (Aussie) Adam Scott will still be at the top of their game in 2015, look for players like Spieth, Reed, Rickie Fowler, Matt Kuchar, Billy Horschel and Bubba Watson to lead the American return to dominance. By the end of the year a more consistent Bubba might well be knocking on the door of the number one spot.

The first Tiger Woods-designed golf course is up and running and you can play it now. Woods’ project at Diamante in Cabo San Lucas is now complete and officially open.

“This is a culmination of a dream for me and my team. I’ve always wanted to be involved in golf course design, and now my first course is ready to open.”

Woods was there for the opening on December 16 getting ready to tackle his own hazards on the 7,363 yard layout which sits above the No 52 ranked Davis Love III designed Dunes course.

The course offers dramatic views of the Pacific Ocean with the Sierra de la Laguna mountains behind and the El Faro lighthouse there too all set with the mile and half of sandy white beach at Diamante.

With five sets of tees, there is something here for every golfer of every skill. Tiger was keen to ensure it was a test for everyone in the family, mom dad and kids!

In keeping with the philosophy of the old California courses he grew up on the bunkers will be big and a keen eye for detail has ensured lines of sight, strategy and thinking golf will be at the forefront of every golfer playing.

There are very few big, new things left possible for Tiger to do, El Cardonal has certainly proved one of them. After a few TW Design courses fell through due to finance and untimely economics, this course in Mexico will undoubtedly be used as a showpiece and selling tool as his design company grows. Next up is Bluejack National and Trump’s Golf World development in Dubai.

Meanwhile for residents at Diamante Cabo San Lucas, their new course is one they will feel justifiably proud of sat next to their world renowned Dunes Course.

As with the Dunes course the wind will be a big factor. It also has similarities with the finishing stretch of six holes being the toughest on the course.

“I designed El Cardonal at Diamante to make you think,” Woods explained. “You must be willing to weigh risks and make smart choices. Proper strategy will provide the best opportunity to score. The biggest compliment I can receive after you play my course is that you want to play it again.”

We will Tiger, we will.

Now, Tiger will focus his attentions on another course in Dubai, but we are sure to see plenty more of him around Diamante, as he owns a house that also overlooks El Cardonal.

For your opportunity to play tiger Woods’ El Cardonal call 520-509-9040 or fill in the form on our home page.

We make 10 predictions for the golfing year:

1.) Henrik Stenson to finally break his major duck. Currently the world’s most consistent performer without a major in his trophy cabinet, Stenson will be eying up either the US Open or the PGA as his best chances for his maiden major championship and be Sweden’s first male golfer to do so.

2.) Rory McIlroy to come close at Augusta but ultimately come up short. Predicting a Grand Slam for the young Ulsterman is all too easy. He is, by far, the best player in the world, but he is not without his faults. He had third-round meltdown syndrome last season and Nike-induced loss of form the season before. He’ll win plenty this year but he’ll not be without some issue or other, which is exactly why we love him!

3.) If not Rory at the Masters then who? We think Jordan Spieth will be spraying the eighteenth green with champagne and picking up a green jacket that he need refitting for before the decade is out. The 21 year old Texan still has some filling out to do as he has years on his competition. He is still four years younger than McIlroy and way ahead of the game, but recent back to back victories confirm he has found the winning formula.

4.) Dustin Johnson makes a successful return to golf by winning the US Open at Chambers Bay. Johnson is currently holding the longest winning streak in the PGA Tour with wins in each of his last eight seasons and with the U.S. open being played on a seaside course that might be reminiscent of British links and his favorite course at Pebble Beach, it could be a major breakthrough for the golfer with the most publicized off course media speculation in the world.

5.) Current FedEx Cup points leader Robert Streb to disappear without managing another top ten this season. As much as it has been a welcome sight for journeyman Streb to start winning and competing this season, as the courses get tougher, so will the competition. He certainly isn’t the longest hitter and he doesn’t hit enough fairways either. Perhaps the 90th ranked player in the world might be feeling out of his depth sometime soon.

6.) Patrick Reed to confirm his prediction and become a Top 5 golfer. Since the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles most people have been impressed with what they have seen from Reed. He’s made some bold statements in 2014, pissed a number of people off and yet his golf has come through pretty unscathed. The future looks bright for the new red and black Sunday hero.

7.) No list is complete unless we gaze into the Tiger Woods crystal ball. Will he win another major, will he get back to the top of the world, can he still compete with Stenson, McIlroy, Spieth, Reed or Scott, is he ever going to win again? The answers are perhaps, no, not every week and yes!

8.) Phil Mickelson might well have seen his best days behind him. Like Els, Singh and Westwood another winless year beckons for Lefty who will continue to miss fairways and two footers at crucial times. His current world ranking of 14 might yet be as lofty as gets for a while.

9.) Jason Dufner had a quiet year on tour last season, so much so that we saw more of his wife Amanda on Instagram than we did did of Jason on the golf course. Neck and back problems were the cause of his foreshortened season, but he should make a multiple-winning return to form this season and maybe another crack at the final major of the season again too.

10.) The European bubble will burst. The are now four Europeans in the top six of the world rankings, and after another defiant defense of the Ryder Cup, Americans need some new heroes. While McIlroy and (Aussie) Adam Scott will still be at the top of their game in 2015, look for players like Spieth, Reed, Rickie Fowler, Matt Kuchar, Billy Horschel and Bubba Watson to lead the American return to dominance. By the end of the year a more consistent Bubba might well be knocking on the door of the number one spot.

The first Tiger Woods-designed golf course is up and running and you can play it now. Woods’ project at Diamante in Cabo San Lucas is now complete and officially open.

“This is a culmination of a dream for me and my team. I’ve always wanted to be involved in golf course design, and now my first course is ready to open.”

Woods was there for the opening on December 16 getting ready to tackle his own hazards on the 7,363 yard layout which sits above the No 52 ranked Davis Love III designed Dunes course.

The course offers dramatic views of the Pacific Ocean with the Sierra de la Laguna mountains behind and the El Faro lighthouse there too all set with the mile and half of sandy white beach at Diamante.

With five sets of tees, there is something here for every golfer of every skill. Tiger was keen to ensure it was a test for everyone in the family, mom dad and kids!

In keeping with the philosophy of the old California courses he grew up on the bunkers will be big and a keen eye for detail has ensured lines of sight, strategy and thinking golf will be at the forefront of every golfer playing.

There are very few big, new things left possible for Tiger to do, El Cardonal has certainly proved one of them. After a few TW Design courses fell through due to finance and untimely economics, this course in Mexico will undoubtedly be used as a showpiece and selling tool as his design company grows. Next up is Bluejack National and Trump’s Golf World development in Dubai.

Meanwhile for residents at Diamante Cabo San Lucas, their new course is one they will feel justifiably proud of sat next to their world renowned Dunes Course.

As with the Dunes course the wind will be a big factor. It also has similarities with the finishing stretch of six holes being the toughest on the course.

“I designed El Cardonal at Diamante to make you think,” Woods explained. “You must be willing to weigh risks and make smart choices. Proper strategy will provide the best opportunity to score. The biggest compliment I can receive after you play my course is that you want to play it again.”

We will Tiger, we will.

Now, Tiger will focus his attentions on another course in Dubai, but we are sure to see plenty more of him around Diamante, as he owns a house that also overlooks El Cardonal.

For your opportunity to play tiger Woods’ El Cardonal call 520-509-9040 or fill in the form on our home page.

We make 10 predictions for the golfing year:

1.) Henrik Stenson to finally break his major duck. Currently the world’s most consistent performer without a major in his trophy cabinet, Stenson will be eying up either the US Open or the PGA as his best chances for his maiden major championship and be Sweden’s first male golfer to do so.

2.) Rory McIlroy to come close at Augusta but ultimately come up short. Predicting a Grand Slam for the young Ulsterman is all too easy. He is, by far, the best player in the world, but he is not without his faults. He had third-round meltdown syndrome last season and Nike-induced loss of form the season before. He’ll win plenty this year but he’ll not be without some issue or other, which is exactly why we love him!

3.) If not Rory at the Masters then who? We think Jordan Spieth will be spraying the eighteenth green with champagne and picking up a green jacket that he need refitting for before the decade is out. The 21 year old Texan still has some filling out to do as he has years on his competition. He is still four years younger than McIlroy and way ahead of the game, but recent back to back victories confirm he has found the winning formula.

4.) Dustin Johnson makes a successful return to golf by winning the US Open at Chambers Bay. Johnson is currently holding the longest winning streak in the PGA Tour with wins in each of his last eight seasons and with the U.S. open being played on a seaside course that might be reminiscent of British links and his favorite course at Pebble Beach, it could be a major breakthrough for the golfer with the most publicized off course media speculation in the world.

5.) Current FedEx Cup points leader Robert Streb to disappear without managing another top ten this season. As much as it has been a welcome sight for journeyman Streb to start winning and competing this season, as the courses get tougher, so will the competition. He certainly isn’t the longest hitter and he doesn’t hit enough fairways either. Perhaps the 90th ranked player in the world might be feeling out of his depth sometime soon.

6.) Patrick Reed to confirm his prediction and become a Top 5 golfer. Since the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles most people have been impressed with what they have seen from Reed. He’s made some bold statements in 2014, pissed a number of people off and yet his golf has come through pretty unscathed. The future looks bright for the new red and black Sunday hero.

7.) No list is complete unless we gaze into the Tiger Woods crystal ball. Will he win another major, will he get back to the top of the world, can he still compete with Stenson, McIlroy, Spieth, Reed or Scott, is he ever going to win again? The answers are perhaps, no, not every week and yes!

8.) Phil Mickelson might well have seen his best days behind him. Like Els, Singh and Westwood another winless year beckons for Lefty who will continue to miss fairways and two footers at crucial times. His current world ranking of 14 might yet be as lofty as gets for a while.

9.) Jason Dufner had a quiet year on tour last season, so much so that we saw more of his wife Amanda on Instagram than we did did of Jason on the golf course. Neck and back problems were the cause of his foreshortened season, but he should make a multiple-winning return to form this season and maybe another crack at the final major of the season again too.

10.) The European bubble will burst. The are now four Europeans in the top six of the world rankings, and after another defiant defense of the Ryder Cup, Americans need some new heroes. While McIlroy and (Aussie) Adam Scott will still be at the top of their game in 2015, look for players like Spieth, Reed, Rickie Fowler, Matt Kuchar, Billy Horschel and Bubba Watson to lead the American return to dominance. By the end of the year a more consistent Bubba might well be knocking on the door of the number one spot.

The first Tiger Woods-designed golf course is up and running and you can play it now. Woods’ project at Diamante in Cabo San Lucas is now complete and officially open.

“This is a culmination of a dream for me and my team. I’ve always wanted to be involved in golf course design, and now my first course is ready to open.”

Woods was there for the opening on December 16 getting ready to tackle his own hazards on the 7,363 yard layout which sits above the No 52 ranked Davis Love III designed Dunes course.

The course offers dramatic views of the Pacific Ocean with the Sierra de la Laguna mountains behind and the El Faro lighthouse there too all set with the mile and half of sandy white beach at Diamante.

With five sets of tees, there is something here for every golfer of every skill. Tiger was keen to ensure it was a test for everyone in the family, mom dad and kids!

In keeping with the philosophy of the old California courses he grew up on the bunkers will be big and a keen eye for detail has ensured lines of sight, strategy and thinking golf will be at the forefront of every golfer playing.

There are very few big, new things left possible for Tiger to do, El Cardonal has certainly proved one of them. After a few TW Design courses fell through due to finance and untimely economics, this course in Mexico will undoubtedly be used as a showpiece and selling tool as his design company grows. Next up is Bluejack National and Trump’s Golf World development in Dubai.

Meanwhile for residents at Diamante Cabo San Lucas, their new course is one they will feel justifiably proud of sat next to their world renowned Dunes Course.

As with the Dunes course the wind will be a big factor. It also has similarities with the finishing stretch of six holes being the toughest on the course.

“I designed El Cardonal at Diamante to make you think,” Woods explained. “You must be willing to weigh risks and make smart choices. Proper strategy will provide the best opportunity to score. The biggest compliment I can receive after you play my course is that you want to play it again.”

We will Tiger, we will.

Now, Tiger will focus his attentions on another course in Dubai, but we are sure to see plenty more of him around Diamante, as he owns a house that also overlooks El Cardonal.

For your opportunity to play tiger Woods’ El Cardonal call 520-509-9040 or fill in the form on our home page.

We make 10 predictions for the golfing year:

1.) Henrik Stenson to finally break his major duck. Currently the world’s most consistent performer without a major in his trophy cabinet, Stenson will be eying up either the US Open or the PGA as his best chances for his maiden major championship and be Sweden’s first male golfer to do so.

2.) Rory McIlroy to come close at Augusta but ultimately come up short. Predicting a Grand Slam for the young Ulsterman is all too easy. He is, by far, the best player in the world, but he is not without his faults. He had third-round meltdown syndrome last season and Nike-induced loss of form the season before. He’ll win plenty this year but he’ll not be without some issue or other, which is exactly why we love him!

3.) If not Rory at the Masters then who? We think Jordan Spieth will be spraying the eighteenth green with champagne and picking up a green jacket that he need refitting for before the decade is out. The 21 year old Texan still has some filling out to do as he has years on his competition. He is still four years younger than McIlroy and way ahead of the game, but recent back to back victories confirm he has found the winning formula.

4.) Dustin Johnson makes a successful return to golf by winning the US Open at Chambers Bay. Johnson is currently holding the longest winning streak in the PGA Tour with wins in each of his last eight seasons and with the U.S. open being played on a seaside course that might be reminiscent of British links and his favorite course at Pebble Beach, it could be a major breakthrough for the golfer with the most publicized off course media speculation in the world.

5.) Current FedEx Cup points leader Robert Streb to disappear without managing another top ten this season. As much as it has been a welcome sight for journeyman Streb to start winning and competing this season, as the courses get tougher, so will the competition. He certainly isn’t the longest hitter and he doesn’t hit enough fairways either. Perhaps the 90th ranked player in the world might be feeling out of his depth sometime soon.

6.) Patrick Reed to confirm his prediction and become a Top 5 golfer. Since the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles most people have been impressed with what they have seen from Reed. He’s made some bold statements in 2014, pissed a number of people off and yet his golf has come through pretty unscathed. The future looks bright for the new red and black Sunday hero.

7.) No list is complete unless we gaze into the Tiger Woods crystal ball. Will he win another major, will he get back to the top of the world, can he still compete with Stenson, McIlroy, Spieth, Reed or Scott, is he ever going to win again? The answers are perhaps, no, not every week and yes!

8.) Phil Mickelson might well have seen his best days behind him. Like Els, Singh and Westwood another winless year beckons for Lefty who will continue to miss fairways and two footers at crucial times. His current world ranking of 14 might yet be as lofty as gets for a while.

9.) Jason Dufner had a quiet year on tour last season, so much so that we saw more of his wife Amanda on Instagram than we did did of Jason on the golf course. Neck and back problems were the cause of his foreshortened season, but he should make a multiple-winning return to form this season and maybe another crack at the final major of the season again too.

10.) The European bubble will burst. The are now four Europeans in the top six of the world rankings, and after another defiant defense of the Ryder Cup, Americans need some new heroes. While McIlroy and (Aussie) Adam Scott will still be at the top of their game in 2015, look for players like Spieth, Reed, Rickie Fowler, Matt Kuchar, Billy Horschel and Bubba Watson to lead the American return to dominance. By the end of the year a more consistent Bubba might well be knocking on the door of the number one spot.

The first Tiger Woods-designed golf course is up and running and you can play it now. Woods’ project at Diamante in Cabo San Lucas is now complete and officially open.

“This is a culmination of a dream for me and my team. I’ve always wanted to be involved in golf course design, and now my first course is ready to open.”

Woods was there for the opening on December 16 getting ready to tackle his own hazards on the 7,363 yard layout which sits above the No 52 ranked Davis Love III designed Dunes course.

The course offers dramatic views of the Pacific Ocean with the Sierra de la Laguna mountains behind and the El Faro lighthouse there too all set with the mile and half of sandy white beach at Diamante.

With five sets of tees, there is something here for every golfer of every skill. Tiger was keen to ensure it was a test for everyone in the family, mom dad and kids!

In keeping with the philosophy of the old California courses he grew up on the bunkers will be big and a keen eye for detail has ensured lines of sight, strategy and thinking golf will be at the forefront of every golfer playing.

There are very few big, new things left possible for Tiger to do, El Cardonal has certainly proved one of them. After a few TW Design courses fell through due to finance and untimely economics, this course in Mexico will undoubtedly be used as a showpiece and selling tool as his design company grows. Next up is Bluejack National and Trump’s Golf World development in Dubai.

Meanwhile for residents at Diamante Cabo San Lucas, their new course is one they will feel justifiably proud of sat next to their world renowned Dunes Course.

As with the Dunes course the wind will be a big factor. It also has similarities with the finishing stretch of six holes being the toughest on the course.

“I designed El Cardonal at Diamante to make you think,” Woods explained. “You must be willing to weigh risks and make smart choices. Proper strategy will provide the best opportunity to score. The biggest compliment I can receive after you play my course is that you want to play it again.”

We will Tiger, we will.

Now, Tiger will focus his attentions on another course in Dubai, but we are sure to see plenty more of him around Diamante, as he owns a house that also overlooks El Cardonal.

For your opportunity to play tiger Woods’ El Cardonal call 520-509-9040 or fill in the form on our home page.

We make 10 predictions for the golfing year:

1.) Henrik Stenson to finally break his major duck. Currently the world’s most consistent performer without a major in his trophy cabinet, Stenson will be eying up either the US Open or the PGA as his best chances for his maiden major championship and be Sweden’s first male golfer to do so.

2.) Rory McIlroy to come close at Augusta but ultimately come up short. Predicting a Grand Slam for the young Ulsterman is all too easy. He is, by far, the best player in the world, but he is not without his faults. He had third-round meltdown syndrome last season and Nike-induced loss of form the season before. He’ll win plenty this year but he’ll not be without some issue or other, which is exactly why we love him!

3.) If not Rory at the Masters then who? We think Jordan Spieth will be spraying the eighteenth green with champagne and picking up a green jacket that he need refitting for before the decade is out. The 21 year old Texan still has some filling out to do as he has years on his competition. He is still four years younger than McIlroy and way ahead of the game, but recent back to back victories confirm he has found the winning formula.

4.) Dustin Johnson makes a successful return to golf by winning the US Open at Chambers Bay. Johnson is currently holding the longest winning streak in the PGA Tour with wins in each of his last eight seasons and with the U.S. open being played on a seaside course that might be reminiscent of British links and his favorite course at Pebble Beach, it could be a major breakthrough for the golfer with the most publicized off course media speculation in the world.

5.) Current FedEx Cup points leader Robert Streb to disappear without managing another top ten this season. As much as it has been a welcome sight for journeyman Streb to start winning and competing this season, as the courses get tougher, so will the competition. He certainly isn’t the longest hitter and he doesn’t hit enough fairways either. Perhaps the 90th ranked player in the world might be feeling out of his depth sometime soon.

6.) Patrick Reed to confirm his prediction and become a Top 5 golfer. Since the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles most people have been impressed with what they have seen from Reed. He’s made some bold statements in 2014, pissed a number of people off and yet his golf has come through pretty unscathed. The future looks bright for the new red and black Sunday hero.

7.) No list is complete unless we gaze into the Tiger Woods crystal ball. Will he win another major, will he get back to the top of the world, can he still compete with Stenson, McIlroy, Spieth, Reed or Scott, is he ever going to win again? The answers are perhaps, no, not every week and yes!

8.) Phil Mickelson might well have seen his best days behind him. Like Els, Singh and Westwood another winless year beckons for Lefty who will continue to miss fairways and two footers at crucial times. His current world ranking of 14 might yet be as lofty as gets for a while.

9.) Jason Dufner had a quiet year on tour last season, so much so that we saw more of his wife Amanda on Instagram than we did did of Jason on the golf course. Neck and back problems were the cause of his foreshortened season, but he should make a multiple-winning return to form this season and maybe another crack at the final major of the season again too.

10.) The European bubble will burst. The are now four Europeans in the top six of the world rankings, and after another defiant defense of the Ryder Cup, Americans need some new heroes. While McIlroy and (Aussie) Adam Scott will still be at the top of their game in 2015, look for players like Spieth, Reed, Rickie Fowler, Matt Kuchar, Billy Horschel and Bubba Watson to lead the American return to dominance. By the end of the year a more consistent Bubba might well be knocking on the door of the number one spot.

The first Tiger Woods-designed golf course is up and running and you can play it now. Woods’ project at Diamante in Cabo San Lucas is now complete and officially open.

“This is a culmination of a dream for me and my team. I’ve always wanted to be involved in golf course design, and now my first course is ready to open.”

Woods was there for the opening on December 16 getting ready to tackle his own hazards on the 7,363 yard layout which sits above the No 52 ranked Davis Love III designed Dunes course.

The course offers dramatic views of the Pacific Ocean with the Sierra de la Laguna mountains behind and the El Faro lighthouse there too all set with the mile and half of sandy white beach at Diamante.

With five sets of tees, there is something here for every golfer of every skill. Tiger was keen to ensure it was a test for everyone in the family, mom dad and kids!

In keeping with the philosophy of the old California courses he grew up on the bunkers will be big and a keen eye for detail has ensured lines of sight, strategy and thinking golf will be at the forefront of every golfer playing.

There are very few big, new things left possible for Tiger to do, El Cardonal has certainly proved one of them. After a few TW Design courses fell through due to finance and untimely economics, this course in Mexico will undoubtedly be used as a showpiece and selling tool as his design company grows. Next up is Bluejack National and Trump’s Golf World development in Dubai.

Meanwhile for residents at Diamante Cabo San Lucas, their new course is one they will feel justifiably proud of sat next to their world renowned Dunes Course.

As with the Dunes course the wind will be a big factor. It also has similarities with the finishing stretch of six holes being the toughest on the course.

“I designed El Cardonal at Diamante to make you think,” Woods explained. “You must be willing to weigh risks and make smart choices. Proper strategy will provide the best opportunity to score. The biggest compliment I can receive after you play my course is that you want to play it again.”

We will Tiger, we will.

Now, Tiger will focus his attentions on another course in Dubai, but we are sure to see plenty more of him around Diamante, as he owns a house that also overlooks El Cardonal.

For your opportunity to play tiger Woods’ El Cardonal call 520-509-9040 or fill in the form on our home page.

We make 10 predictions for the golfing year:

1.) Henrik Stenson to finally break his major duck. Currently the world’s most consistent performer without a major in his trophy cabinet, Stenson will be eying up either the US Open or the PGA as his best chances for his maiden major championship and be Sweden’s first male golfer to do so.

2.) Rory McIlroy to come close at Augusta but ultimately come up short. Predicting a Grand Slam for the young Ulsterman is all too easy. He is, by far, the best player in the world, but he is not without his faults. He had third-round meltdown syndrome last season and Nike-induced loss of form the season before. He’ll win plenty this year but he’ll not be without some issue or other, which is exactly why we love him!

3.) If not Rory at the Masters then who? We think Jordan Spieth will be spraying the eighteenth green with champagne and picking up a green jacket that he need refitting for before the decade is out. The 21 year old Texan still has some filling out to do as he has years on his competition. He is still four years younger than McIlroy and way ahead of the game, but recent back to back victories confirm he has found the winning formula.

4.) Dustin Johnson makes a successful return to golf by winning the US Open at Chambers Bay. Johnson is currently holding the longest winning streak in the PGA Tour with wins in each of his last eight seasons and with the U.S. open being played on a seaside course that might be reminiscent of British links and his favorite course at Pebble Beach, it could be a major breakthrough for the golfer with the most publicized off course media speculation in the world.

5.) Current FedEx Cup points leader Robert Streb to disappear without managing another top ten this season. As much as it has been a welcome sight for journeyman Streb to start winning and competing this season, as the courses get tougher, so will the competition. He certainly isn’t the longest hitter and he doesn’t hit enough fairways either. Perhaps the 90th ranked player in the world might be feeling out of his depth sometime soon.

6.) Patrick Reed to confirm his prediction and become a Top 5 golfer. Since the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles most people have been impressed with what they have seen from Reed. He’s made some bold statements in 2014, pissed a number of people off and yet his golf has come through pretty unscathed. The future looks bright for the new red and black Sunday hero.

7.) No list is complete unless we gaze into the Tiger Woods crystal ball. Will he win another major, will he get back to the top of the world, can he still compete with Stenson, McIlroy, Spieth, Reed or Scott, is he ever going to win again? The answers are perhaps, no, not every week and yes!

8.) Phil Mickelson might well have seen his best days behind him. Like Els, Singh and Westwood another winless year beckons for Lefty who will continue to miss fairways and two footers at crucial times. His current world ranking of 14 might yet be as lofty as gets for a while.

9.) Jason Dufner had a quiet year on tour last season, so much so that we saw more of his wife Amanda on Instagram than we did did of Jason on the golf course. Neck and back problems were the cause of his foreshortened season, but he should make a multiple-winning return to form this season and maybe another crack at the final major of the season again too.

10.) The European bubble will burst. The are now four Europeans in the top six of the world rankings, and after another defiant defense of the Ryder Cup, Americans need some new heroes. While McIlroy and (Aussie) Adam Scott will still be at the top of their game in 2015, look for players like Spieth, Reed, Rickie Fowler, Matt Kuchar, Billy Horschel and Bubba Watson to lead the American return to dominance. By the end of the year a more consistent Bubba might well be knocking on the door of the number one spot.

The first Tiger Woods-designed golf course is up and running and you can play it now. Woods’ project at Diamante in Cabo San Lucas is now complete and officially open.

“This is a culmination of a dream for me and my team. I’ve always wanted to be involved in golf course design, and now my first course is ready to open.”

Woods was there for the opening on December 16 getting ready to tackle his own hazards on the 7,363 yard layout which sits above the No 52 ranked Davis Love III designed Dunes course.

The course offers dramatic views of the Pacific Ocean with the Sierra de la Laguna mountains behind and the El Faro lighthouse there too all set with the mile and half of sandy white beach at Diamante.

With five sets of tees, there is something here for every golfer of every skill. Tiger was keen to ensure it was a test for everyone in the family, mom dad and kids!

In keeping with the philosophy of the old California courses he grew up on the bunkers will be big and a keen eye for detail has ensured lines of sight, strategy and thinking golf will be at the forefront of every golfer playing.

There are very few big, new things left possible for Tiger to do, El Cardonal has certainly proved one of them. After a few TW Design courses fell through due to finance and untimely economics, this course in Mexico will undoubtedly be used as a showpiece and selling tool as his design company grows. Next up is Bluejack National and Trump’s Golf World development in Dubai.

Meanwhile for residents at Diamante Cabo San Lucas, their new course is one they will feel justifiably proud of sat next to their world renowned Dunes Course.

As with the Dunes course the wind will be a big factor. It also has similarities with the finishing stretch of six holes being the toughest on the course.

“I designed El Cardonal at Diamante to make you think,” Woods explained. “You must be willing to weigh risks and make smart choices. Proper strategy will provide the best opportunity to score. The biggest compliment I can receive after you play my course is that you want to play it again.”

We will Tiger, we will.

Now, Tiger will focus his attentions on another course in Dubai, but we are sure to see plenty more of him around Diamante, as he owns a house that also overlooks El Cardonal.

For your opportunity to play tiger Woods’ El Cardonal call 520-509-9040 or fill in the form on our home page.

We make 10 predictions for the golfing year:

1.) Henrik Stenson to finally break his major duck. Currently the world’s most consistent performer without a major in his trophy cabinet, Stenson will be eying up either the US Open or the PGA as his best chances for his maiden major championship and be Sweden’s first male golfer to do so.

2.) Rory McIlroy to come close at Augusta but ultimately come up short. Predicting a Grand Slam for the young Ulsterman is all too easy. He is, by far, the best player in the world, but he is not without his faults. He had third-round meltdown syndrome last season and Nike-induced loss of form the season before. He’ll win plenty this year but he’ll not be without some issue or other, which is exactly why we love him!

3.) If not Rory at the Masters then who? We think Jordan Spieth will be spraying the eighteenth green with champagne and picking up a green jacket that he need refitting for before the decade is out. The 21 year old Texan still has some filling out to do as he has years on his competition. He is still four years younger than McIlroy and way ahead of the game, but recent back to back victories confirm he has found the winning formula.

4.) Dustin Johnson makes a successful return to golf by winning the US Open at Chambers Bay. Johnson is currently holding the longest winning streak in the PGA Tour with wins in each of his last eight seasons and with the U.S. open being played on a seaside course that might be reminiscent of British links and his favorite course at Pebble Beach, it could be a major breakthrough for the golfer with the most publicized off course media speculation in the world.

5.) Current FedEx Cup points leader Robert Streb to disappear without managing another top ten this season. As much as it has been a welcome sight for journeyman Streb to start winning and competing this season, as the courses get tougher, so will the competition. He certainly isn’t the longest hitter and he doesn’t hit enough fairways either. Perhaps the 90th ranked player in the world might be feeling out of his depth sometime soon.

6.) Patrick Reed to confirm his prediction and become a Top 5 golfer. Since the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles most people have been impressed with what they have seen from Reed. He’s made some bold statements in 2014, pissed a number of people off and yet his golf has come through pretty unscathed. The future looks bright for the new red and black Sunday hero.

7.) No list is complete unless we gaze into the Tiger Woods crystal ball. Will he win another major, will he get back to the top of the world, can he still compete with Stenson, McIlroy, Spieth, Reed or Scott, is he ever going to win again? The answers are perhaps, no, not every week and yes!

8.) Phil Mickelson might well have seen his best days behind him. Like Els, Singh and Westwood another winless year beckons for Lefty who will continue to miss fairways and two footers at crucial times. His current world ranking of 14 might yet be as lofty as gets for a while.

9.) Jason Dufner had a quiet year on tour last season, so much so that we saw more of his wife Amanda on Instagram than we did did of Jason on the golf course. Neck and back problems were the cause of his foreshortened season, but he should make a multiple-winning return to form this season and maybe another crack at the final major of the season again too.

10.) The European bubble will burst. The are now four Europeans in the top six of the world rankings, and after another defiant defense of the Ryder Cup, Americans need some new heroes. While McIlroy and (Aussie) Adam Scott will still be at the top of their game in 2015, look for players like Spieth, Reed, Rickie Fowler, Matt Kuchar, Billy Horschel and Bubba Watson to lead the American return to dominance. By the end of the year a more consistent Bubba might well be knocking on the door of the number one spot.

The first Tiger Woods-designed golf course is up and running and you can play it now. Woods’ project at Diamante in Cabo San Lucas is now complete and officially open.

“This is a culmination of a dream for me and my team. I’ve always wanted to be involved in golf course design, and now my first course is ready to open.”

Woods was there for the opening on December 16 getting ready to tackle his own hazards on the 7,363 yard layout which sits above the No 52 ranked Davis Love III designed Dunes course.

The course offers dramatic views of the Pacific Ocean with the Sierra de la Laguna mountains behind and the El Faro lighthouse there too all set with the mile and half of sandy white beach at Diamante.

With five sets of tees, there is something here for every golfer of every skill. Tiger was keen to ensure it was a test for everyone in the family, mom dad and kids!

In keeping with the philosophy of the old California courses he grew up on the bunkers will be big and a keen eye for detail has ensured lines of sight, strategy and thinking golf will be at the forefront of every golfer playing.

There are very few big, new things left possible for Tiger to do, El Cardonal has certainly proved one of them. After a few TW Design courses fell through due to finance and untimely economics, this course in Mexico will undoubtedly be used as a showpiece and selling tool as his design company grows. Next up is Bluejack National and Trump’s Golf World development in Dubai.

Meanwhile for residents at Diamante Cabo San Lucas, their new course is one they will feel justifiably proud of sat next to their world renowned Dunes Course.

As with the Dunes course the wind will be a big factor. It also has similarities with the finishing stretch of six holes being the toughest on the course.

“I designed El Cardonal at Diamante to make you think,” Woods explained. “You must be willing to weigh risks and make smart choices. Proper strategy will provide the best opportunity to score. The biggest compliment I can receive after you play my course is that you want to play it again.”

We will Tiger, we will.

Now, Tiger will focus his attentions on another course in Dubai, but we are sure to see plenty more of him around Diamante, as he owns a house that also overlooks El Cardonal.

For your opportunity to play tiger Woods’ El Cardonal call 520-509-9040 or fill in the form on our home page.

We make 10 predictions for the golfing year:

1.) Henrik Stenson to finally break his major duck. Currently the world’s most consistent performer without a major in his trophy cabinet, Stenson will be eying up either the US Open or the PGA as his best chances for his maiden major championship and be Sweden’s first male golfer to do so.

2.) Rory McIlroy to come close at Augusta but ultimately come up short. Predicting a Grand Slam for the young Ulsterman is all too easy. He is, by far, the best player in the world, but he is not without his faults. He had third-round meltdown syndrome last season and Nike-induced loss of form the season before. He’ll win plenty this year but he’ll not be without some issue or other, which is exactly why we love him!

3.) If not Rory at the Masters then who? We think Jordan Spieth will be spraying the eighteenth green with champagne and picking up a green jacket that he need refitting for before the decade is out. The 21 year old Texan still has some filling out to do as he has years on his competition. He is still four years younger than McIlroy and way ahead of the game, but recent back to back victories confirm he has found the winning formula.

4.) Dustin Johnson makes a successful return to golf by winning the US Open at Chambers Bay. Johnson is currently holding the longest winning streak in the PGA Tour with wins in each of his last eight seasons and with the U.S. open being played on a seaside course that might be reminiscent of British links and his favorite course at Pebble Beach, it could be a major breakthrough for the golfer with the most publicized off course media speculation in the world.

5.) Current FedEx Cup points leader Robert Streb to disappear without managing another top ten this season. As much as it has been a welcome sight for journeyman Streb to start winning and competing this season, as the courses get tougher, so will the competition. He certainly isn’t the longest hitter and he doesn’t hit enough fairways either. Perhaps the 90th ranked player in the world might be feeling out of his depth sometime soon.

6.) Patrick Reed to confirm his prediction and become a Top 5 golfer. Since the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles most people have been impressed with what they have seen from Reed. He’s made some bold statements in 2014, pissed a number of people off and yet his golf has come through pretty unscathed. The future looks bright for the new red and black Sunday hero.

7.) No list is complete unless we gaze into the Tiger Woods crystal ball. Will he win another major, will he get back to the top of the world, can he still compete with Stenson, McIlroy, Spieth, Reed or Scott, is he ever going to win again? The answers are perhaps, no, not every week and yes!

8.) Phil Mickelson might well have seen his best days behind him. Like Els, Singh and Westwood another winless year beckons for Lefty who will continue to miss fairways and two footers at crucial times. His current world ranking of 14 might yet be as lofty as gets for a while.

9.) Jason Dufner had a quiet year on tour last season, so much so that we saw more of his wife Amanda on Instagram than we did did of Jason on the golf course. Neck and back problems were the cause of his foreshortened season, but he should make a multiple-winning return to form this season and maybe another crack at the final major of the season again too.

10.) The European bubble will burst. The are now four Europeans in the top six of the world rankings, and after another defiant defense of the Ryder Cup, Americans need some new heroes. While McIlroy and (Aussie) Adam Scott will still be at the top of their game in 2015, look for players like Spieth, Reed, Rickie Fowler, Matt Kuchar, Billy Horschel and Bubba Watson to lead the American return to dominance. By the end of the year a more consistent Bubba might well be knocking on the door of the number one spot.

The first Tiger Woods-designed golf course is up and running and you can play it now. Woods’ project at Diamante in Cabo San Lucas is now complete and officially open.

“This is a culmination of a dream for me and my team. I’ve always wanted to be involved in golf course design, and now my first course is ready to open.”

Woods was there for the opening on December 16 getting ready to tackle his own hazards on the 7,363 yard layout which sits above the No 52 ranked Davis Love III designed Dunes course.

The course offers dramatic views of the Pacific Ocean with the Sierra de la Laguna mountains behind and the El Faro lighthouse there too all set with the mile and half of sandy white beach at Diamante.

With five sets of tees, there is something here for every golfer of every skill. Tiger was keen to ensure it was a test for everyone in the family, mom dad and kids!

In keeping with the philosophy of the old California courses he grew up on the bunkers will be big and a keen eye for detail has ensured lines of sight, strategy and thinking golf will be at the forefront of every golfer playing.

There are very few big, new things left possible for Tiger to do, El Cardonal has certainly proved one of them. After a few TW Design courses fell through due to finance and untimely economics, this course in Mexico will undoubtedly be used as a showpiece and selling tool as his design company grows. Next up is Bluejack National and Trump’s Golf World development in Dubai.

Meanwhile for residents at Diamante Cabo San Lucas, their new course is one they will feel justifiably proud of sat next to their world renowned Dunes Course.

As with the Dunes course the wind will be a big factor. It also has similarities with the finishing stretch of six holes being the toughest on the course.

“I designed El Cardonal at Diamante to make you think,” Woods explained. “You must be willing to weigh risks and make smart choices. Proper strategy will provide the best opportunity to score. The biggest compliment I can receive after you play my course is that you want to play it again.”

We will Tiger, we will.

Now, Tiger will focus his attentions on another course in Dubai, but we are sure to see plenty more of him around Diamante, as he owns a house that also overlooks El Cardonal.

For your opportunity to play tiger Woods’ El Cardonal call 520-509-9040 or fill in the form on our home page.

We make 10 predictions for the golfing year:

1.) Henrik Stenson to finally break his major duck. Currently the world’s most consistent performer without a major in his trophy cabinet, Stenson will be eying up either the US Open or the PGA as his best chances for his maiden major championship and be Sweden’s first male golfer to do so.

2.) Rory McIlroy to come close at Augusta but ultimately come up short. Predicting a Grand Slam for the young Ulsterman is all too easy. He is, by far, the best player in the world, but he is not without his faults. He had third-round meltdown syndrome last season and Nike-induced loss of form the season before. He’ll win plenty this year but he’ll not be without some issue or other, which is exactly why we love him!

3.) If not Rory at the Masters then who? We think Jordan Spieth will be spraying the eighteenth green with champagne and picking up a green jacket that he need refitting for before the decade is out. The 21 year old Texan still has some filling out to do as he has years on his competition. He is still four years younger than McIlroy and way ahead of the game, but recent back to back victories confirm he has found the winning formula.

4.) Dustin Johnson makes a successful return to golf by winning the US Open at Chambers Bay. Johnson is currently holding the longest winning streak in the PGA Tour with wins in each of his last eight seasons and with the U.S. open being played on a seaside course that might be reminiscent of British links and his favorite course at Pebble Beach, it could be a major breakthrough for the golfer with the most publicized off course media speculation in the world.

5.) Current FedEx Cup points leader Robert Streb to disappear without managing another top ten this season. As much as it has been a welcome sight for journeyman Streb to start winning and competing this season, as the courses get tougher, so will the competition. He certainly isn’t the longest hitter and he doesn’t hit enough fairways either. Perhaps the 90th ranked player in the world might be feeling out of his depth sometime soon.

6.) Patrick Reed to confirm his prediction and become a Top 5 golfer. Since the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles most people have been impressed with what they have seen from Reed. He’s made some bold statements in 2014, pissed a number of people off and yet his golf has come through pretty unscathed. The future looks bright for the new red and black Sunday hero.

7.) No list is complete unless we gaze into the Tiger Woods crystal ball. Will he win another major, will he get back to the top of the world, can he still compete with Stenson, McIlroy, Spieth, Reed or Scott, is he ever going to win again? The answers are perhaps, no, not every week and yes!

8.) Phil Mickelson might well have seen his best days behind him. Like Els, Singh and Westwood another winless year beckons for Lefty who will continue to miss fairways and two footers at crucial times. His current world ranking of 14 might yet be as lofty as gets for a while.

9.) Jason Dufner had a quiet year on tour last season, so much so that we saw more of his wife Amanda on Instagram than we did did of Jason on the golf course. Neck and back problems were the cause of his foreshortened season, but he should make a multiple-winning return to form this season and maybe another crack at the final major of the season again too.

10.) The European bubble will burst. The are now four Europeans in the top six of the world rankings, and after another defiant defense of the Ryder Cup, Americans need some new heroes. While McIlroy and (Aussie) Adam Scott will still be at the top of their game in 2015, look for players like Spieth, Reed, Rickie Fowler, Matt Kuchar, Billy Horschel and Bubba Watson to lead the American return to dominance. By the end of the year a more consistent Bubba might well be knocking on the door of the number one spot.

The first Tiger Woods-designed golf course is up and running and you can play it now. Woods’ project at Diamante in Cabo San Lucas is now complete and officially open.

“This is a culmination of a dream for me and my team. I’ve always wanted to be involved in golf course design, and now my first course is ready to open.”

Woods was there for the opening on December 16 getting ready to tackle his own hazards on the 7,363 yard layout which sits above the No 52 ranked Davis Love III designed Dunes course.

The course offers dramatic views of the Pacific Ocean with the Sierra de la Laguna mountains behind and the El Faro lighthouse there too all set with the mile and half of sandy white beach at Diamante.

With five sets of tees, there is something here for every golfer of every skill. Tiger was keen to ensure it was a test for everyone in the family, mom dad and kids!

In keeping with the philosophy of the old California courses he grew up on the bunkers will be big and a keen eye for detail has ensured lines of sight, strategy and thinking golf will be at the forefront of every golfer playing.

There are very few big, new things left possible for Tiger to do, El Cardonal has certainly proved one of them. After a few TW Design courses fell through due to finance and untimely economics, this course in Mexico will undoubtedly be used as a showpiece and selling tool as his design company grows. Next up is Bluejack National and Trump’s Golf World development in Dubai.

Meanwhile for residents at Diamante Cabo San Lucas, their new course is one they will feel justifiably proud of sat next to their world renowned Dunes Course.

As with the Dunes course the wind will be a big factor. It also has similarities with the finishing stretch of six holes being the toughest on the course.

“I designed El Cardonal at Diamante to make you think,” Woods explained. “You must be willing to weigh risks and make smart choices. Proper strategy will provide the best opportunity to score. The biggest compliment I can receive after you play my course is that you want to play it again.”

We will Tiger, we will.

Now, Tiger will focus his attentions on another course in Dubai, but we are sure to see plenty more of him around Diamante, as he owns a house that also overlooks El Cardonal.

For your opportunity to play tiger Woods’ El Cardonal call 520-509-9040 or fill in the form on our home page.

We make 10 predictions for the golfing year:

1.) Henrik Stenson to finally break his major duck. Currently the world’s most consistent performer without a major in his trophy cabinet, Stenson will be eying up either the US Open or the PGA as his best chances for his maiden major championship and be Sweden’s first male golfer to do so.

2.) Rory McIlroy to come close at Augusta but ultimately come up short. Predicting a Grand Slam for the young Ulsterman is all too easy. He is, by far, the best player in the world, but he is not without his faults. He had third-round meltdown syndrome last season and Nike-induced loss of form the season before. He’ll win plenty this year but he’ll not be without some issue or other, which is exactly why we love him!

3.) If not Rory at the Masters then who? We think Jordan Spieth will be spraying the eighteenth green with champagne and picking up a green jacket that he need refitting for before the decade is out. The 21 year old Texan still has some filling out to do as he has years on his competition. He is still four years younger than McIlroy and way ahead of the game, but recent back to back victories confirm he has found the winning formula.

4.) Dustin Johnson makes a successful return to golf by winning the US Open at Chambers Bay. Johnson is currently holding the longest winning streak in the PGA Tour with wins in each of his last eight seasons and with the U.S. open being played on a seaside course that might be reminiscent of British links and his favorite course at Pebble Beach, it could be a major breakthrough for the golfer with the most publicized off course media speculation in the world.

5.) Current FedEx Cup points leader Robert Streb to disappear without managing another top ten this season. As much as it has been a welcome sight for journeyman Streb to start winning and competing this season, as the courses get tougher, so will the competition. He certainly isn’t the longest hitter and he doesn’t hit enough fairways either. Perhaps the 90th ranked player in the world might be feeling out of his depth sometime soon.

6.) Patrick Reed to confirm his prediction and become a Top 5 golfer. Since the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles most people have been impressed with what they have seen from Reed. He’s made some bold statements in 2014, pissed a number of people off and yet his golf has come through pretty unscathed. The future looks bright for the new red and black Sunday hero.

7.) No list is complete unless we gaze into the Tiger Woods crystal ball. Will he win another major, will he get back to the top of the world, can he still compete with Stenson, McIlroy, Spieth, Reed or Scott, is he ever going to win again? The answers are perhaps, no, not every week and yes!

8.) Phil Mickelson might well have seen his best days behind him. Like Els, Singh and Westwood another winless year beckons for Lefty who will continue to miss fairways and two footers at crucial times. His current world ranking of 14 might yet be as lofty as gets for a while.

9.) Jason Dufner had a quiet year on tour last season, so much so that we saw more of his wife Amanda on Instagram than we did did of Jason on the golf course. Neck and back problems were the cause of his foreshortened season, but he should make a multiple-winning return to form this season and maybe another crack at the final major of the season again too.

10.) The European bubble will burst. The are now four Europeans in the top six of the world rankings, and after another defiant defense of the Ryder Cup, Americans need some new heroes. While McIlroy and (Aussie) Adam Scott will still be at the top of their game in 2015, look for players like Spieth, Reed, Rickie Fowler, Matt Kuchar, Billy Horschel and Bubba Watson to lead the American return to dominance. By the end of the year a more consistent Bubba might well be knocking on the door of the number one spot.

The first Tiger Woods-designed golf course is up and running and you can play it now. Woods’ project at Diamante in Cabo San Lucas is now complete and officially open.

“This is a culmination of a dream for me and my team. I’ve always wanted to be involved in golf course design, and now my first course is ready to open.”

Woods was there for the opening on December 16 getting ready to tackle his own hazards on the 7,363 yard layout which sits above the No 52 ranked Davis Love III designed Dunes course.

The course offers dramatic views of the Pacific Ocean with the Sierra de la Laguna mountains behind and the El Faro lighthouse there too all set with the mile and half of sandy white beach at Diamante.

With five sets of tees, there is something here for every golfer of every skill. Tiger was keen to ensure it was a test for everyone in the family, mom dad and kids!

In keeping with the philosophy of the old California courses he grew up on the bunkers will be big and a keen eye for detail has ensured lines of sight, strategy and thinking golf will be at the forefront of every golfer playing.

There are very few big, new things left possible for Tiger to do, El Cardonal has certainly proved one of them. After a few TW Design courses fell through due to finance and untimely economics, this course in Mexico will undoubtedly be used as a showpiece and selling tool as his design company grows. Next up is Bluejack National and Trump’s Golf World development in Dubai.

Meanwhile for residents at Diamante Cabo San Lucas, their new course is one they will feel justifiably proud of sat next to their world renowned Dunes Course.

As with the Dunes course the wind will be a big factor. It also has similarities with the finishing stretch of six holes being the toughest on the course.

“I designed El Cardonal at Diamante to make you think,” Woods explained. “You must be willing to weigh risks and make smart choices. Proper strategy will provide the best opportunity to score. The biggest compliment I can receive after you play my course is that you want to play it again.”

We will Tiger, we will.

Now, Tiger will focus his attentions on another course in Dubai, but we are sure to see plenty more of him around Diamante, as he owns a house that also overlooks El Cardonal.

For your opportunity to play tiger Woods’ El Cardonal call 520-509-9040 or fill in the form on our home page.

We make 10 predictions for the golfing year:

1.) Henrik Stenson to finally break his major duck. Currently the world’s most consistent performer without a major in his trophy cabinet, Stenson will be eying up either the US Open or the PGA as his best chances for his maiden major championship and be Sweden’s first male golfer to do so.

2.) Rory McIlroy to come close at Augusta but ultimately come up short. Predicting a Grand Slam for the young Ulsterman is all too easy. He is, by far, the best player in the world, but he is not without his faults. He had third-round meltdown syndrome last season and Nike-induced loss of form the season before. He’ll win plenty this year but he’ll not be without some issue or other, which is exactly why we love him!

3.) If not Rory at the Masters then who? We think Jordan Spieth will be spraying the eighteenth green with champagne and picking up a green jacket that he need refitting for before the decade is out. The 21 year old Texan still has some filling out to do as he has years on his competition. He is still four years younger than McIlroy and way ahead of the game, but recent back to back victories confirm he has found the winning formula.

4.) Dustin Johnson makes a successful return to golf by winning the US Open at Chambers Bay. Johnson is currently holding the longest winning streak in the PGA Tour with wins in each of his last eight seasons and with the U.S. open being played on a seaside course that might be reminiscent of British links and his favorite course at Pebble Beach, it could be a major breakthrough for the golfer with the most publicized off course media speculation in the world.

5.) Current FedEx Cup points leader Robert Streb to disappear without managing another top ten this season. As much as it has been a welcome sight for journeyman Streb to start winning and competing this season, as the courses get tougher, so will the competition. He certainly isn’t the longest hitter and he doesn’t hit enough fairways either. Perhaps the 90th ranked player in the world might be feeling out of his depth sometime soon.

6.) Patrick Reed to confirm his prediction and become a Top 5 golfer. Since the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles most people have been impressed with what they have seen from Reed. He’s made some bold statements in 2014, pissed a number of people off and yet his golf has come through pretty unscathed. The future looks bright for the new red and black Sunday hero.

7.) No list is complete unless we gaze into the Tiger Woods crystal ball. Will he win another major, will he get back to the top of the world, can he still compete with Stenson, McIlroy, Spieth, Reed or Scott, is he ever going to win again? The answers are perhaps, no, not every week and yes!

8.) Phil Mickelson might well have seen his best days behind him. Like Els, Singh and Westwood another winless year beckons for Lefty who will continue to miss fairways and two footers at crucial times. His current world ranking of 14 might yet be as lofty as gets for a while.

9.) Jason Dufner had a quiet year on tour last season, so much so that we saw more of his wife Amanda on Instagram than we did did of Jason on the golf course. Neck and back problems were the cause of his foreshortened season, but he should make a multiple-winning return to form this season and maybe another crack at the final major of the season again too.

10.) The European bubble will burst. The are now four Europeans in the top six of the world rankings, and after another defiant defense of the Ryder Cup, Americans need some new heroes. While McIlroy and (Aussie) Adam Scott will still be at the top of their game in 2015, look for players like Spieth, Reed, Rickie Fowler, Matt Kuchar, Billy Horschel and Bubba Watson to lead the American return to dominance. By the end of the year a more consistent Bubba might well be knocking on the door of the number one spot.

The first Tiger Woods-designed golf course is up and running and you can play it now. Woods’ project at Diamante in Cabo San Lucas is now complete and officially open.

“This is a culmination of a dream for me and my team. I’ve always wanted to be involved in golf course design, and now my first course is ready to open.”

Woods was there for the opening on December 16 getting ready to tackle his own hazards on the 7,363 yard layout which sits above the No 52 ranked Davis Love III designed Dunes course.

The course offers dramatic views of the Pacific Ocean with the Sierra de la Laguna mountains behind and the El Faro lighthouse there too all set with the mile and half of sandy white beach at Diamante.

With five sets of tees, there is something here for every golfer of every skill. Tiger was keen to ensure it was a test for everyone in the family, mom dad and kids!

In keeping with the philosophy of the old California courses he grew up on the bunkers will be big and a keen eye for detail has ensured lines of sight, strategy and thinking golf will be at the forefront of every golfer playing.

There are very few big, new things left possible for Tiger to do, El Cardonal has certainly proved one of them. After a few TW Design courses fell through due to finance and untimely economics, this course in Mexico will undoubtedly be used as a showpiece and selling tool as his design company grows. Next up is Bluejack National and Trump’s Golf World development in Dubai.

Meanwhile for residents at Diamante Cabo San Lucas, their new course is one they will feel justifiably proud of sat next to their world renowned Dunes Course.

As with the Dunes course the wind will be a big factor. It also has similarities with the finishing stretch of six holes being the toughest on the course.

“I designed El Cardonal at Diamante to make you think,” Woods explained. “You must be willing to weigh risks and make smart choices. Proper strategy will provide the best opportunity to score. The biggest compliment I can receive after you play my course is that you want to play it again.”

We will Tiger, we will.

Now, Tiger will focus his attentions on another course in Dubai, but we are sure to see plenty more of him around Diamante, as he owns a house that also overlooks El Cardonal.

For your opportunity to play tiger Woods’ El Cardonal call 520-509-9040 or fill in the form on our home page.

We make 10 predictions for the golfing year:

1.) Henrik Stenson to finally break his major duck. Currently the world’s most consistent performer without a major in his trophy cabinet, Stenson will be eying up either the US Open or the PGA as his best chances for his maiden major championship and be Sweden’s first male golfer to do so.

2.) Rory McIlroy to come close at Augusta but ultimately come up short. Predicting a Grand Slam for the young Ulsterman is all too easy. He is, by far, the best player in the world, but he is not without his faults. He had third-round meltdown syndrome last season and Nike-induced loss of form the season before. He’ll win plenty this year but he’ll not be without some issue or other, which is exactly why we love him!

3.) If not Rory at the Masters then who? We think Jordan Spieth will be spraying the eighteenth green with champagne and picking up a green jacket that he need refitting for before the decade is out. The 21 year old Texan still has some filling out to do as he has years on his competition. He is still four years younger than McIlroy and way ahead of the game, but recent back to back victories confirm he has found the winning formula.

4.) Dustin Johnson makes a successful return to golf by winning the US Open at Chambers Bay. Johnson is currently holding the longest winning streak in the PGA Tour with wins in each of his last eight seasons and with the U.S. open being played on a seaside course that might be reminiscent of British links and his favorite course at Pebble Beach, it could be a major breakthrough for the golfer with the most publicized off course media speculation in the world.

5.) Current FedEx Cup points leader Robert Streb to disappear without managing another top ten this season. As much as it has been a welcome sight for journeyman Streb to start winning and competing this season, as the courses get tougher, so will the competition. He certainly isn’t the longest hitter and he doesn’t hit enough fairways either. Perhaps the 90th ranked player in the world might be feeling out of his depth sometime soon.

6.) Patrick Reed to confirm his prediction and become a Top 5 golfer. Since the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles most people have been impressed with what they have seen from Reed. He’s made some bold statements in 2014, pissed a number of people off and yet his golf has come through pretty unscathed. The future looks bright for the new red and black Sunday hero.

7.) No list is complete unless we gaze into the Tiger Woods crystal ball. Will he win another major, will he get back to the top of the world, can he still compete with Stenson, McIlroy, Spieth, Reed or Scott, is he ever going to win again? The answers are perhaps, no, not every week and yes!

8.) Phil Mickelson might well have seen his best days behind him. Like Els, Singh and Westwood another winless year beckons for Lefty who will continue to miss fairways and two footers at crucial times. His current world ranking of 14 might yet be as lofty as gets for a while.

9.) Jason Dufner had a quiet year on tour last season, so much so that we saw more of his wife Amanda on Instagram than we did did of Jason on the golf course. Neck and back problems were the cause of his foreshortened season, but he should make a multiple-winning return to form this season and maybe another crack at the final major of the season again too.

10.) The European bubble will burst. The are now four Europeans in the top six of the world rankings, and after another defiant defense of the Ryder Cup, Americans need some new heroes. While McIlroy and (Aussie) Adam Scott will still be at the top of their game in 2015, look for players like Spieth, Reed, Rickie Fowler, Matt Kuchar, Billy Horschel and Bubba Watson to lead the American return to dominance. By the end of the year a more consistent Bubba might well be knocking on the door of the number one spot.

The first Tiger Woods-designed golf course is up and running and you can play it now. Woods’ project at Diamante in Cabo San Lucas is now complete and officially open.

“This is a culmination of a dream for me and my team. I’ve always wanted to be involved in golf course design, and now my first course is ready to open.”

Woods was there for the opening on December 16 getting ready to tackle his own hazards on the 7,363 yard layout which sits above the No 52 ranked Davis Love III designed Dunes course.

The course offers dramatic views of the Pacific Ocean with the Sierra de la Laguna mountains behind and the El Faro lighthouse there too all set with the mile and half of sandy white beach at Diamante.

With five sets of tees, there is something here for every golfer of every skill. Tiger was keen to ensure it was a test for everyone in the family, mom dad and kids!

In keeping with the philosophy of the old California courses he grew up on the bunkers will be big and a keen eye for detail has ensured lines of sight, strategy and thinking golf will be at the forefront of every golfer playing.

There are very few big, new things left possible for Tiger to do, El Cardonal has certainly proved one of them. After a few TW Design courses fell through due to finance and untimely economics, this course in Mexico will undoubtedly be used as a showpiece and selling tool as his design company grows. Next up is Bluejack National and Trump’s Golf World development in Dubai.

Meanwhile for residents at Diamante Cabo San Lucas, their new course is one they will feel justifiably proud of sat next to their world renowned Dunes Course.

As with the Dunes course the wind will be a big factor. It also has similarities with the finishing stretch of six holes being the toughest on the course.

“I designed El Cardonal at Diamante to make you think,” Woods explained. “You must be willing to weigh risks and make smart choices. Proper strategy will provide the best opportunity to score. The biggest compliment I can receive after you play my course is that you want to play it again.”

We will Tiger, we will.

Now, Tiger will focus his attentions on another course in Dubai, but we are sure to see plenty more of him around Diamante, as he owns a house that also overlooks El Cardonal.

For your opportunity to play tiger Woods’ El Cardonal call 520-509-9040 or fill in the form on our home page.

We make 10 predictions for the golfing year:

1.) Henrik Stenson to finally break his major duck. Currently the world’s most consistent performer without a major in his trophy cabinet, Stenson will be eying up either the US Open or the PGA as his best chances for his maiden major championship and be Sweden’s first male golfer to do so.

2.) Rory McIlroy to come close at Augusta but ultimately come up short. Predicting a Grand Slam for the young Ulsterman is all too easy. He is, by far, the best player in the world, but he is not without his faults. He had third-round meltdown syndrome last season and Nike-induced loss of form the season before. He’ll win plenty this year but he’ll not be without some issue or other, which is exactly why we love him!

3.) If not Rory at the Masters then who? We think Jordan Spieth will be spraying the eighteenth green with champagne and picking up a green jacket that he need refitting for before the decade is out. The 21 year old Texan still has some filling out to do as he has years on his competition. He is still four years younger than McIlroy and way ahead of the game, but recent back to back victories confirm he has found the winning formula.

4.) Dustin Johnson makes a successful return to golf by winning the US Open at Chambers Bay. Johnson is currently holding the longest winning streak in the PGA Tour with wins in each of his last eight seasons and with the U.S. open being played on a seaside course that might be reminiscent of British links and his favorite course at Pebble Beach, it could be a major breakthrough for the golfer with the most publicized off course media speculation in the world.

5.) Current FedEx Cup points leader Robert Streb to disappear without managing another top ten this season. As much as it has been a welcome sight for journeyman Streb to start winning and competing this season, as the courses get tougher, so will the competition. He certainly isn’t the longest hitter and he doesn’t hit enough fairways either. Perhaps the 90th ranked player in the world might be feeling out of his depth sometime soon.

6.) Patrick Reed to confirm his prediction and become a Top 5 golfer. Since the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles most people have been impressed with what they have seen from Reed. He’s made some bold statements in 2014, pissed a number of people off and yet his golf has come through pretty unscathed. The future looks bright for the new red and black Sunday hero.

7.) No list is complete unless we gaze into the Tiger Woods crystal ball. Will he win another major, will he get back to the top of the world, can he still compete with Stenson, McIlroy, Spieth, Reed or Scott, is he ever going to win again? The answers are perhaps, no, not every week and yes!

8.) Phil Mickelson might well have seen his best days behind him. Like Els, Singh and Westwood another winless year beckons for Lefty who will continue to miss fairways and two footers at crucial times. His current world ranking of 14 might yet be as lofty as gets for a while.

9.) Jason Dufner had a quiet year on tour last season, so much so that we saw more of his wife Amanda on Instagram than we did did of Jason on the golf course. Neck and back problems were the cause of his foreshortened season, but he should make a multiple-winning return to form this season and maybe another crack at the final major of the season again too.

10.) The European bubble will burst. The are now four Europeans in the top six of the world rankings, and after another defiant defense of the Ryder Cup, Americans need some new heroes. While McIlroy and (Aussie) Adam Scott will still be at the top of their game in 2015, look for players like Spieth, Reed, Rickie Fowler, Matt Kuchar, Billy Horschel and Bubba Watson to lead the American return to dominance. By the end of the year a more consistent Bubba might well be knocking on the door of the number one spot.

The first Tiger Woods-designed golf course is up and running and you can play it now. Woods’ project at Diamante in Cabo San Lucas is now complete and officially open.

“This is a culmination of a dream for me and my team. I’ve always wanted to be involved in golf course design, and now my first course is ready to open.”

Woods was there for the opening on December 16 getting ready to tackle his own hazards on the 7,363 yard layout which sits above the No 52 ranked Davis Love III designed Dunes course.

The course offers dramatic views of the Pacific Ocean with the Sierra de la Laguna mountains behind and the El Faro lighthouse there too all set with the mile and half of sandy white beach at Diamante.

With five sets of tees, there is something here for every golfer of every skill. Tiger was keen to ensure it was a test for everyone in the family, mom dad and kids!

In keeping with the philosophy of the old California courses he grew up on the bunkers will be big and a keen eye for detail has ensured lines of sight, strategy and thinking golf will be at the forefront of every golfer playing.

There are very few big, new things left possible for Tiger to do, El Cardonal has certainly proved one of them. After a few TW Design courses fell through due to finance and untimely economics, this course in Mexico will undoubtedly be used as a showpiece and selling tool as his design company grows. Next up is Bluejack National and Trump’s Golf World development in Dubai.

Meanwhile for residents at Diamante Cabo San Lucas, their new course is one they will feel justifiably proud of sat next to their world renowned Dunes Course.

As with the Dunes course the wind will be a big factor. It also has similarities with the finishing stretch of six holes being the toughest on the course.

“I designed El Cardonal at Diamante to make you think,” Woods explained. “You must be willing to weigh risks and make smart choices. Proper strategy will provide the best opportunity to score. The biggest compliment I can receive after you play my course is that you want to play it again.”

We will Tiger, we will.

Now, Tiger will focus his attentions on another course in Dubai, but we are sure to see plenty more of him around Diamante, as he owns a house that also overlooks El Cardonal.

For your opportunity to play tiger Woods’ El Cardonal call 520-509-9040 or fill in the form on our home page.

We make 10 predictions for the golfing year:

1.) Henrik Stenson to finally break his major duck. Currently the world’s most consistent performer without a major in his trophy cabinet, Stenson will be eying up either the US Open or the PGA as his best chances for his maiden major championship and be Sweden’s first male golfer to do so.

2.) Rory McIlroy to come close at Augusta but ultimately come up short. Predicting a Grand Slam for the young Ulsterman is all too easy. He is, by far, the best player in the world, but he is not without his faults. He had third-round meltdown syndrome last season and Nike-induced loss of form the season before. He’ll win plenty this year but he’ll not be without some issue or other, which is exactly why we love him!

3.) If not Rory at the Masters then who? We think Jordan Spieth will be spraying the eighteenth green with champagne and picking up a green jacket that he need refitting for before the decade is out. The 21 year old Texan still has some filling out to do as he has years on his competition. He is still four years younger than McIlroy and way ahead of the game, but recent back to back victories confirm he has found the winning formula.

4.) Dustin Johnson makes a successful return to golf by winning the US Open at Chambers Bay. Johnson is currently holding the longest winning streak in the PGA Tour with wins in each of his last eight seasons and with the U.S. open being played on a seaside course that might be reminiscent of British links and his favorite course at Pebble Beach, it could be a major breakthrough for the golfer with the most publicized off course media speculation in the world.

5.) Current FedEx Cup points leader Robert Streb to disappear without managing another top ten this season. As much as it has been a welcome sight for journeyman Streb to start winning and competing this season, as the courses get tougher, so will the competition. He certainly isn’t the longest hitter and he doesn’t hit enough fairways either. Perhaps the 90th ranked player in the world might be feeling out of his depth sometime soon.

6.) Patrick Reed to confirm his prediction and become a Top 5 golfer. Since the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles most people have been impressed with what they have seen from Reed. He’s made some bold statements in 2014, pissed a number of people off and yet his golf has come through pretty unscathed. The future looks bright for the new red and black Sunday hero.

7.) No list is complete unless we gaze into the Tiger Woods crystal ball. Will he win another major, will he get back to the top of the world, can he still compete with Stenson, McIlroy, Spieth, Reed or Scott, is he ever going to win again? The answers are perhaps, no, not every week and yes!

8.) Phil Mickelson might well have seen his best days behind him. Like Els, Singh and Westwood another winless year beckons for Lefty who will continue to miss fairways and two footers at crucial times. His current world ranking of 14 might yet be as lofty as gets for a while.

9.) Jason Dufner had a quiet year on tour last season, so much so that we saw more of his wife Amanda on Instagram than we did did of Jason on the golf course. Neck and back problems were the cause of his foreshortened season, but he should make a multiple-winning return to form this season and maybe another crack at the final major of the season again too.

10.) The European bubble will burst. The are now four Europeans in the top six of the world rankings, and after another defiant defense of the Ryder Cup, Americans need some new heroes. While McIlroy and (Aussie) Adam Scott will still be at the top of their game in 2015, look for players like Spieth, Reed, Rickie Fowler, Matt Kuchar, Billy Horschel and Bubba Watson to lead the American return to dominance. By the end of the year a more consistent Bubba might well be knocking on the door of the number one spot.

The first Tiger Woods-designed golf course is up and running and you can play it now. Woods’ project at Diamante in Cabo San Lucas is now complete and officially open.

“This is a culmination of a dream for me and my team. I’ve always wanted to be involved in golf course design, and now my first course is ready to open.”

Woods was there for the opening on December 16 getting ready to tackle his own hazards on the 7,363 yard layout which sits above the No 52 ranked Davis Love III designed Dunes course.

The course offers dramatic views of the Pacific Ocean with the Sierra de la Laguna mountains behind and the El Faro lighthouse there too all set with the mile and half of sandy white beach at Diamante.

With five sets of tees, there is something here for every golfer of every skill. Tiger was keen to ensure it was a test for everyone in the family, mom dad and kids!

In keeping with the philosophy of the old California courses he grew up on the bunkers will be big and a keen eye for detail has ensured lines of sight, strategy and thinking golf will be at the forefront of every golfer playing.

There are very few big, new things left possible for Tiger to do, El Cardonal has certainly proved one of them. After a few TW Design courses fell through due to finance and untimely economics, this course in Mexico will undoubtedly be used as a showpiece and selling tool as his design company grows. Next up is Bluejack National and Trump’s Golf World development in Dubai.

Meanwhile for residents at Diamante Cabo San Lucas, their new course is one they will feel justifiably proud of sat next to their world renowned Dunes Course.

As with the Dunes course the wind will be a big factor. It also has similarities with the finishing stretch of six holes being the toughest on the course.

“I designed El Cardonal at Diamante to make you think,” Woods explained. “You must be willing to weigh risks and make smart choices. Proper strategy will provide the best opportunity to score. The biggest compliment I can receive after you play my course is that you want to play it again.”

We will Tiger, we will.

Now, Tiger will focus his attentions on another course in Dubai, but we are sure to see plenty more of him around Diamante, as he owns a house that also overlooks El Cardonal.

For your opportunity to play tiger Woods’ El Cardonal call 520-509-9040 or fill in the form on our home page.

We make 10 predictions for the golfing year:

1.) Henrik Stenson to finally break his major duck. Currently the world’s most consistent performer without a major in his trophy cabinet, Stenson will be eying up either the US Open or the PGA as his best chances for his maiden major championship and be Sweden’s first male golfer to do so.

2.) Rory McIlroy to come close at Augusta but ultimately come up short. Predicting a Grand Slam for the young Ulsterman is all too easy. He is, by far, the best player in the world, but he is not without his faults. He had third-round meltdown syndrome last season and Nike-induced loss of form the season before. He’ll win plenty this year but he’ll not be without some issue or other, which is exactly why we love him!

3.) If not Rory at the Masters then who? We think Jordan Spieth will be spraying the eighteenth green with champagne and picking up a green jacket that he need refitting for before the decade is out. The 21 year old Texan still has some filling out to do as he has years on his competition. He is still four years younger than McIlroy and way ahead of the game, but recent back to back victories confirm he has found the winning formula.

4.) Dustin Johnson makes a successful return to golf by winning the US Open at Chambers Bay. Johnson is currently holding the longest winning streak in the PGA Tour with wins in each of his last eight seasons and with the U.S. open being played on a seaside course that might be reminiscent of British links and his favorite course at Pebble Beach, it could be a major breakthrough for the golfer with the most publicized off course media speculation in the world.

5.) Current FedEx Cup points leader Robert Streb to disappear without managing another top ten this season. As much as it has been a welcome sight for journeyman Streb to start winning and competing this season, as the courses get tougher, so will the competition. He certainly isn’t the longest hitter and he doesn’t hit enough fairways either. Perhaps the 90th ranked player in the world might be feeling out of his depth sometime soon.

6.) Patrick Reed to confirm his prediction and become a Top 5 golfer. Since the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles most people have been impressed with what they have seen from Reed. He’s made some bold statements in 2014, pissed a number of people off and yet his golf has come through pretty unscathed. The future looks bright for the new red and black Sunday hero.

7.) No list is complete unless we gaze into the Tiger Woods crystal ball. Will he win another major, will he get back to the top of the world, can he still compete with Stenson, McIlroy, Spieth, Reed or Scott, is he ever going to win again? The answers are perhaps, no, not every week and yes!

8.) Phil Mickelson might well have seen his best days behind him. Like Els, Singh and Westwood another winless year beckons for Lefty who will continue to miss fairways and two footers at crucial times. His current world ranking of 14 might yet be as lofty as gets for a while.

9.) Jason Dufner had a quiet year on tour last season, so much so that we saw more of his wife Amanda on Instagram than we did did of Jason on the golf course. Neck and back problems were the cause of his foreshortened season, but he should make a multiple-winning return to form this season and maybe another crack at the final major of the season again too.

10.) The European bubble will burst. The are now four Europeans in the top six of the world rankings, and after another defiant defense of the Ryder Cup, Americans need some new heroes. While McIlroy and (Aussie) Adam Scott will still be at the top of their game in 2015, look for players like Spieth, Reed, Rickie Fowler, Matt Kuchar, Billy Horschel and Bubba Watson to lead the American return to dominance. By the end of the year a more consistent Bubba might well be knocking on the door of the number one spot.

The first Tiger Woods-designed golf course is up and running and you can play it now. Woods’ project at Diamante in Cabo San Lucas is now complete and officially open.

“This is a culmination of a dream for me and my team. I’ve always wanted to be involved in golf course design, and now my first course is ready to open.”

Woods was there for the opening on December 16 getting ready to tackle his own hazards on the 7,363 yard layout which sits above the No 52 ranked Davis Love III designed Dunes course.

The course offers dramatic views of the Pacific Ocean with the Sierra de la Laguna mountains behind and the El Faro lighthouse there too all set with the mile and half of sandy white beach at Diamante.

With five sets of tees, there is something here for every golfer of every skill. Tiger was keen to ensure it was a test for everyone in the family, mom dad and kids!

In keeping with the philosophy of the old California courses he grew up on the bunkers will be big and a keen eye for detail has ensured lines of sight, strategy and thinking golf will be at the forefront of every golfer playing.

There are very few big, new things left possible for Tiger to do, El Cardonal has certainly proved one of them. After a few TW Design courses fell through due to finance and untimely economics, this course in Mexico will undoubtedly be used as a showpiece and selling tool as his design company grows. Next up is Bluejack National and Trump’s Golf World development in Dubai.

Meanwhile for residents at Diamante Cabo San Lucas, their new course is one they will feel justifiably proud of sat next to their world renowned Dunes Course.

As with the Dunes course the wind will be a big factor. It also has similarities with the finishing stretch of six holes being the toughest on the course.

“I designed El Cardonal at Diamante to make you think,” Woods explained. “You must be willing to weigh risks and make smart choices. Proper strategy will provide the best opportunity to score. The biggest compliment I can receive after you play my course is that you want to play it again.”

We will Tiger, we will.

Now, Tiger will focus his attentions on another course in Dubai, but we are sure to see plenty more of him around Diamante, as he owns a house that also overlooks El Cardonal.

For your opportunity to play tiger Woods’ El Cardonal call 520-509-9040 or fill in the form on our home page.

We make 10 predictions for the golfing year:

1.) Henrik Stenson to finally break his major duck. Currently the world’s most consistent performer without a major in his trophy cabinet, Stenson will be eying up either the US Open or the PGA as his best chances for his maiden major championship and be Sweden’s first male golfer to do so.

2.) Rory McIlroy to come close at Augusta but ultimately come up short. Predicting a Grand Slam for the young Ulsterman is all too easy. He is, by far, the best player in the world, but he is not without his faults. He had third-round meltdown syndrome last season and Nike-induced loss of form the season before. He’ll win plenty this year but he’ll not be without some issue or other, which is exactly why we love him!

3.) If not Rory at the Masters then who? We think Jordan Spieth will be spraying the eighteenth green with champagne and picking up a green jacket that he need refitting for before the decade is out. The 21 year old Texan still has some filling out to do as he has years on his competition. He is still four years younger than McIlroy and way ahead of the game, but recent back to back victories confirm he has found the winning formula.

4.) Dustin Johnson makes a successful return to golf by winning the US Open at Chambers Bay. Johnson is currently holding the longest winning streak in the PGA Tour with wins in each of his last eight seasons and with the U.S. open being played on a seaside course that might be reminiscent of British links and his favorite course at Pebble Beach, it could be a major breakthrough for the golfer with the most publicized off course media speculation in the world.

5.) Current FedEx Cup points leader Robert Streb to disappear without managing another top ten this season. As much as it has been a welcome sight for journeyman Streb to start winning and competing this season, as the courses get tougher, so will the competition. He certainly isn’t the longest hitter and he doesn’t hit enough fairways either. Perhaps the 90th ranked player in the world might be feeling out of his depth sometime soon.

6.) Patrick Reed to confirm his prediction and become a Top 5 golfer. Since the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles most people have been impressed with what they have seen from Reed. He’s made some bold statements in 2014, pissed a number of people off and yet his golf has come through pretty unscathed. The future looks bright for the new red and black Sunday hero.

7.) No list is complete unless we gaze into the Tiger Woods crystal ball. Will he win another major, will he get back to the top of the world, can he still compete with Stenson, McIlroy, Spieth, Reed or Scott, is he ever going to win again? The answers are perhaps, no, not every week and yes!

8.) Phil Mickelson might well have seen his best days behind him. Like Els, Singh and Westwood another winless year beckons for Lefty who will continue to miss fairways and two footers at crucial times. His current world ranking of 14 might yet be as lofty as gets for a while.

9.) Jason Dufner had a quiet year on tour last season, so much so that we saw more of his wife Amanda on Instagram than we did did of Jason on the golf course. Neck and back problems were the cause of his foreshortened season, but he should make a multiple-winning return to form this season and maybe another crack at the final major of the season again too.

10.) The European bubble will burst. The are now four Europeans in the top six of the world rankings, and after another defiant defense of the Ryder Cup, Americans need some new heroes. While McIlroy and (Aussie) Adam Scott will still be at the top of their game in 2015, look for players like Spieth, Reed, Rickie Fowler, Matt Kuchar, Billy Horschel and Bubba Watson to lead the American return to dominance. By the end of the year a more consistent Bubba might well be knocking on the door of the number one spot.

The first Tiger Woods-designed golf course is up and running and you can play it now. Woods’ project at Diamante in Cabo San Lucas is now complete and officially open.

“This is a culmination of a dream for me and my team. I’ve always wanted to be involved in golf course design, and now my first course is ready to open.”

Woods was there for the opening on December 16 getting ready to tackle his own hazards on the 7,363 yard layout which sits above the No 52 ranked Davis Love III designed Dunes course.

The course offers dramatic views of the Pacific Ocean with the Sierra de la Laguna mountains behind and the El Faro lighthouse there too all set with the mile and half of sandy white beach at Diamante.

With five sets of tees, there is something here for every golfer of every skill. Tiger was keen to ensure it was a test for everyone in the family, mom dad and kids!

In keeping with the philosophy of the old California courses he grew up on the bunkers will be big and a keen eye for detail has ensured lines of sight, strategy and thinking golf will be at the forefront of every golfer playing.

There are very few big, new things left possible for Tiger to do, El Cardonal has certainly proved one of them. After a few TW Design courses fell through due to finance and untimely economics, this course in Mexico will undoubtedly be used as a showpiece and selling tool as his design company grows. Next up is Bluejack National and Trump’s Golf World development in Dubai.

Meanwhile for residents at Diamante Cabo San Lucas, their new course is one they will feel justifiably proud of sat next to their world renowned Dunes Course.

As with the Dunes course the wind will be a big factor. It also has similarities with the finishing stretch of six holes being the toughest on the course.

“I designed El Cardonal at Diamante to make you think,” Woods explained. “You must be willing to weigh risks and make smart choices. Proper strategy will provide the best opportunity to score. The biggest compliment I can receive after you play my course is that you want to play it again.”

We will Tiger, we will.

Now, Tiger will focus his attentions on another course in Dubai, but we are sure to see plenty more of him around Diamante, as he owns a house that also overlooks El Cardonal.

For your opportunity to play tiger Woods’ El Cardonal call 520-509-9040 or fill in the form on our home page.

We make 10 predictions for the golfing year:

1.) Henrik Stenson to finally break his major duck. Currently the world’s most consistent performer without a major in his trophy cabinet, Stenson will be eying up either the US Open or the PGA as his best chances for his maiden major championship and be Sweden’s first male golfer to do so.

2.) Rory McIlroy to come close at Augusta but ultimately come up short. Predicting a Grand Slam for the young Ulsterman is all too easy. He is, by far, the best player in the world, but he is not without his faults. He had third-round meltdown syndrome last season and Nike-induced loss of form the season before. He’ll win plenty this year but he’ll not be without some issue or other, which is exactly why we love him!

3.) If not Rory at the Masters then who? We think Jordan Spieth will be spraying the eighteenth green with champagne and picking up a green jacket that he need refitting for before the decade is out. The 21 year old Texan still has some filling out to do as he has years on his competition. He is still four years younger than McIlroy and way ahead of the game, but recent back to back victories confirm he has found the winning formula.

4.) Dustin Johnson makes a successful return to golf by winning the US Open at Chambers Bay. Johnson is currently holding the longest winning streak in the PGA Tour with wins in each of his last eight seasons and with the U.S. open being played on a seaside course that might be reminiscent of British links and his favorite course at Pebble Beach, it could be a major breakthrough for the golfer with the most publicized off course media speculation in the world.

5.) Current FedEx Cup points leader Robert Streb to disappear without managing another top ten this season. As much as it has been a welcome sight for journeyman Streb to start winning and competing this season, as the courses get tougher, so will the competition. He certainly isn’t the longest hitter and he doesn’t hit enough fairways either. Perhaps the 90th ranked player in the world might be feeling out of his depth sometime soon.

6.) Patrick Reed to confirm his prediction and become a Top 5 golfer. Since the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles most people have been impressed with what they have seen from Reed. He’s made some bold statements in 2014, pissed a number of people off and yet his golf has come through pretty unscathed. The future looks bright for the new red and black Sunday hero.

7.) No list is complete unless we gaze into the Tiger Woods crystal ball. Will he win another major, will he get back to the top of the world, can he still compete with Stenson, McIlroy, Spieth, Reed or Scott, is he ever going to win again? The answers are perhaps, no, not every week and yes!

8.) Phil Mickelson might well have seen his best days behind him. Like Els, Singh and Westwood another winless year beckons for Lefty who will continue to miss fairways and two footers at crucial times. His current world ranking of 14 might yet be as lofty as gets for a while.

9.) Jason Dufner had a quiet year on tour last season, so much so that we saw more of his wife Amanda on Instagram than we did did of Jason on the golf course. Neck and back problems were the cause of his foreshortened season, but he should make a multiple-winning return to form this season and maybe another crack at the final major of the season again too.

10.) The European bubble will burst. The are now four Europeans in the top six of the world rankings, and after another defiant defense of the Ryder Cup, Americans need some new heroes. While McIlroy and (Aussie) Adam Scott will still be at the top of their game in 2015, look for players like Spieth, Reed, Rickie Fowler, Matt Kuchar, Billy Horschel and Bubba Watson to lead the American return to dominance. By the end of the year a more consistent Bubba might well be knocking on the door of the number one spot.

The first Tiger Woods-designed golf course is up and running and you can play it now. Woods’ project at Diamante in Cabo San Lucas is now complete and officially open.

“This is a culmination of a dream for me and my team. I’ve always wanted to be involved in golf course design, and now my first course is ready to open.”

Woods was there for the opening on December 16 getting ready to tackle his own hazards on the 7,363 yard layout which sits above the No 52 ranked Davis Love III designed Dunes course.

The course offers dramatic views of the Pacific Ocean with the Sierra de la Laguna mountains behind and the El Faro lighthouse there too all set with the mile and half of sandy white beach at Diamante.

With five sets of tees, there is something here for every golfer of every skill. Tiger was keen to ensure it was a test for everyone in the family, mom dad and kids!

In keeping with the philosophy of the old California courses he grew up on the bunkers will be big and a keen eye for detail has ensured lines of sight, strategy and thinking golf will be at the forefront of every golfer playing.

There are very few big, new things left possible for Tiger to do, El Cardonal has certainly proved one of them. After a few TW Design courses fell through due to finance and untimely economics, this course in Mexico will undoubtedly be used as a showpiece and selling tool as his design company grows. Next up is Bluejack National and Trump’s Golf World development in Dubai.

Meanwhile for residents at Diamante Cabo San Lucas, their new course is one they will feel justifiably proud of sat next to their world renowned Dunes Course.

As with the Dunes course the wind will be a big factor. It also has similarities with the finishing stretch of six holes being the toughest on the course.

“I designed El Cardonal at Diamante to make you think,” Woods explained. “You must be willing to weigh risks and make smart choices. Proper strategy will provide the best opportunity to score. The biggest compliment I can receive after you play my course is that you want to play it again.”

We will Tiger, we will.

Now, Tiger will focus his attentions on another course in Dubai, but we are sure to see plenty more of him around Diamante, as he owns a house that also overlooks El Cardonal.

For your opportunity to play tiger Woods’ El Cardonal call 520-509-9040 or fill in the form on our home page.

We make 10 predictions for the golfing year:

1.) Henrik Stenson to finally break his major duck. Currently the world’s most consistent performer without a major in his trophy cabinet, Stenson will be eying up either the US Open or the PGA as his best chances for his maiden major championship and be Sweden’s first male golfer to do so.

2.) Rory McIlroy to come close at Augusta but ultimately come up short. Predicting a Grand Slam for the young Ulsterman is all too easy. He is, by far, the best player in the world, but he is not without his faults. He had third-round meltdown syndrome last season and Nike-induced loss of form the season before. He’ll win plenty this year but he’ll not be without some issue or other, which is exactly why we love him!

3.) If not Rory at the Masters then who? We think Jordan Spieth will be spraying the eighteenth green with champagne and picking up a green jacket that he need refitting for before the decade is out. The 21 year old Texan still has some filling out to do as he has years on his competition. He is still four years younger than McIlroy and way ahead of the game, but recent back to back victories confirm he has found the winning formula.

4.) Dustin Johnson makes a successful return to golf by winning the US Open at Chambers Bay. Johnson is currently holding the longest winning streak in the PGA Tour with wins in each of his last eight seasons and with the U.S. open being played on a seaside course that might be reminiscent of British links and his favorite course at Pebble Beach, it could be a major breakthrough for the golfer with the most publicized off course media speculation in the world.

5.) Current FedEx Cup points leader Robert Streb to disappear without managing another top ten this season. As much as it has been a welcome sight for journeyman Streb to start winning and competing this season, as the courses get tougher, so will the competition. He certainly isn’t the longest hitter and he doesn’t hit enough fairways either. Perhaps the 90th ranked player in the world might be feeling out of his depth sometime soon.

6.) Patrick Reed to confirm his prediction and become a Top 5 golfer. Since the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles most people have been impressed with what they have seen from Reed. He’s made some bold statements in 2014, pissed a number of people off and yet his golf has come through pretty unscathed. The future looks bright for the new red and black Sunday hero.

7.) No list is complete unless we gaze into the Tiger Woods crystal ball. Will he win another major, will he get back to the top of the world, can he still compete with Stenson, McIlroy, Spieth, Reed or Scott, is he ever going to win again? The answers are perhaps, no, not every week and yes!

8.) Phil Mickelson might well have seen his best days behind him. Like Els, Singh and Westwood another winless year beckons for Lefty who will continue to miss fairways and two footers at crucial times. His current world ranking of 14 might yet be as lofty as gets for a while.

9.) Jason Dufner had a quiet year on tour last season, so much so that we saw more of his wife Amanda on Instagram than we did did of Jason on the golf course. Neck and back problems were the cause of his foreshortened season, but he should make a multiple-winning return to form this season and maybe another crack at the final major of the season again too.

10.) The European bubble will burst. The are now four Europeans in the top six of the world rankings, and after another defiant defense of the Ryder Cup, Americans need some new heroes. While McIlroy and (Aussie) Adam Scott will still be at the top of their game in 2015, look for players like Spieth, Reed, Rickie Fowler, Matt Kuchar, Billy Horschel and Bubba Watson to lead the American return to dominance. By the end of the year a more consistent Bubba might well be knocking on the door of the number one spot.

The first Tiger Woods-designed golf course is up and running and you can play it now. Woods’ project at Diamante in Cabo San Lucas is now complete and officially open.

“This is a culmination of a dream for me and my team. I’ve always wanted to be involved in golf course design, and now my first course is ready to open.”

Woods was there for the opening on December 16 getting ready to tackle his own hazards on the 7,363 yard layout which sits above the No 52 ranked Davis Love III designed Dunes course.

The course offers dramatic views of the Pacific Ocean with the Sierra de la Laguna mountains behind and the El Faro lighthouse there too all set with the mile and half of sandy white beach at Diamante.

With five sets of tees, there is something here for every golfer of every skill. Tiger was keen to ensure it was a test for everyone in the family, mom dad and kids!

In keeping with the philosophy of the old California courses he grew up on the bunkers will be big and a keen eye for detail has ensured lines of sight, strategy and thinking golf will be at the forefront of every golfer playing.

There are very few big, new things left possible for Tiger to do, El Cardonal has certainly proved one of them. After a few TW Design courses fell through due to finance and untimely economics, this course in Mexico will undoubtedly be used as a showpiece and selling tool as his design company grows. Next up is Bluejack National and Trump’s Golf World development in Dubai.

Meanwhile for residents at Diamante Cabo San Lucas, their new course is one they will feel justifiably proud of sat next to their world renowned Dunes Course.

As with the Dunes course the wind will be a big factor. It also has similarities with the finishing stretch of six holes being the toughest on the course.

“I designed El Cardonal at Diamante to make you think,” Woods explained. “You must be willing to weigh risks and make smart choices. Proper strategy will provide the best opportunity to score. The biggest compliment I can receive after you play my course is that you want to play it again.”

We will Tiger, we will.

Now, Tiger will focus his attentions on another course in Dubai, but we are sure to see plenty more of him around Diamante, as he owns a house that also overlooks El Cardonal.

For your opportunity to play tiger Woods’ El Cardonal call 520-509-9040 or fill in the form on our home page.

We make 10 predictions for the golfing year:

1.) Henrik Stenson to finally break his major duck. Currently the world’s most consistent performer without a major in his trophy cabinet, Stenson will be eying up either the US Open or the PGA as his best chances for his maiden major championship and be Sweden’s first male golfer to do so.

2.) Rory McIlroy to come close at Augusta but ultimately come up short. Predicting a Grand Slam for the young Ulsterman is all too easy. He is, by far, the best player in the world, but he is not without his faults. He had third-round meltdown syndrome last season and Nike-induced loss of form the season before. He’ll win plenty this year but he’ll not be without some issue or other, which is exactly why we love him!

3.) If not Rory at the Masters then who? We think Jordan Spieth will be spraying the eighteenth green with champagne and picking up a green jacket that he need refitting for before the decade is out. The 21 year old Texan still has some filling out to do as he has years on his competition. He is still four years younger than McIlroy and way ahead of the game, but recent back to back victories confirm he has found the winning formula.

4.) Dustin Johnson makes a successful return to golf by winning the US Open at Chambers Bay. Johnson is currently holding the longest winning streak in the PGA Tour with wins in each of his last eight seasons and with the U.S. open being played on a seaside course that might be reminiscent of British links and his favorite course at Pebble Beach, it could be a major breakthrough for the golfer with the most publicized off course media speculation in the world.

5.) Current FedEx Cup points leader Robert Streb to disappear without managing another top ten this season. As much as it has been a welcome sight for journeyman Streb to start winning and competing this season, as the courses get tougher, so will the competition. He certainly isn’t the longest hitter and he doesn’t hit enough fairways either. Perhaps the 90th ranked player in the world might be feeling out of his depth sometime soon.

6.) Patrick Reed to confirm his prediction and become a Top 5 golfer. Since the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles most people have been impressed with what they have seen from Reed. He’s made some bold statements in 2014, pissed a number of people off and yet his golf has come through pretty unscathed. The future looks bright for the new red and black Sunday hero.

7.) No list is complete unless we gaze into the Tiger Woods crystal ball. Will he win another major, will he get back to the top of the world, can he still compete with Stenson, McIlroy, Spieth, Reed or Scott, is he ever going to win again? The answers are perhaps, no, not every week and yes!

8.) Phil Mickelson might well have seen his best days behind him. Like Els, Singh and Westwood another winless year beckons for Lefty who will continue to miss fairways and two footers at crucial times. His current world ranking of 14 might yet be as lofty as gets for a while.

9.) Jason Dufner had a quiet year on tour last season, so much so that we saw more of his wife Amanda on Instagram than we did did of Jason on the golf course. Neck and back problems were the cause of his foreshortened season, but he should make a multiple-winning return to form this season and maybe another crack at the final major of the season again too.

10.) The European bubble will burst. The are now four Europeans in the top six of the world rankings, and after another defiant defense of the Ryder Cup, Americans need some new heroes. While McIlroy and (Aussie) Adam Scott will still be at the top of their game in 2015, look for players like Spieth, Reed, Rickie Fowler, Matt Kuchar, Billy Horschel and Bubba Watson to lead the American return to dominance. By the end of the year a more consistent Bubba might well be knocking on the door of the number one spot.

The first Tiger Woods-designed golf course is up and running and you can play it now. Woods’ project at Diamante in Cabo San Lucas is now complete and officially open.

“This is a culmination of a dream for me and my team. I’ve always wanted to be involved in golf course design, and now my first course is ready to open.”

Woods was there for the opening on December 16 getting ready to tackle his own hazards on the 7,363 yard layout which sits above the No 52 ranked Davis Love III designed Dunes course.

The course offers dramatic views of the Pacific Ocean with the Sierra de la Laguna mountains behind and the El Faro lighthouse there too all set with the mile and half of sandy white beach at Diamante.

With five sets of tees, there is something here for every golfer of every skill. Tiger was keen to ensure it was a test for everyone in the family, mom dad and kids!

In keeping with the philosophy of the old California courses he grew up on the bunkers will be big and a keen eye for detail has ensured lines of sight, strategy and thinking golf will be at the forefront of every golfer playing.

There are very few big, new things left possible for Tiger to do, El Cardonal has certainly proved one of them. After a few TW Design courses fell through due to finance and untimely economics, this course in Mexico will undoubtedly be used as a showpiece and selling tool as his design company grows. Next up is Bluejack National and Trump’s Golf World development in Dubai.

Meanwhile for residents at Diamante Cabo San Lucas, their new course is one they will feel justifiably proud of sat next to their world renowned Dunes Course.

As with the Dunes course the wind will be a big factor. It also has similarities with the finishing stretch of six holes being the toughest on the course.

“I designed El Cardonal at Diamante to make you think,” Woods explained. “You must be willing to weigh risks and make smart choices. Proper strategy will provide the best opportunity to score. The biggest compliment I can receive after you play my course is that you want to play it again.”

We will Tiger, we will.

Now, Tiger will focus his attentions on another course in Dubai, but we are sure to see plenty more of him around Diamante, as he owns a house that also overlooks El Cardonal.

For your opportunity to play tiger Woods’ El Cardonal call 520-509-9040 or fill in the form on our home page.

We make 10 predictions for the golfing year:

1.) Henrik Stenson to finally break his major duck. Currently the world’s most consistent performer without a major in his trophy cabinet, Stenson will be eying up either the US Open or the PGA as his best chances for his maiden major championship and be Sweden’s first male golfer to do so.

2.) Rory McIlroy to come close at Augusta but ultimately come up short. Predicting a Grand Slam for the young Ulsterman is all too easy. He is, by far, the best player in the world, but he is not without his faults. He had third-round meltdown syndrome last season and Nike-induced loss of form the season before. He’ll win plenty this year but he’ll not be without some issue or other, which is exactly why we love him!

3.) If not Rory at the Masters then who? We think Jordan Spieth will be spraying the eighteenth green with champagne and picking up a green jacket that he need refitting for before the decade is out. The 21 year old Texan still has some filling out to do as he has years on his competition. He is still four years younger than McIlroy and way ahead of the game, but recent back to back victories confirm he has found the winning formula.

4.) Dustin Johnson makes a successful return to golf by winning the US Open at Chambers Bay. Johnson is currently holding the longest winning streak in the PGA Tour with wins in each of his last eight seasons and with the U.S. open being played on a seaside course that might be reminiscent of British links and his favorite course at Pebble Beach, it could be a major breakthrough for the golfer with the most publicized off course media speculation in the world.

5.) Current FedEx Cup points leader Robert Streb to disappear without managing another top ten this season. As much as it has been a welcome sight for journeyman Streb to start winning and competing this season, as the courses get tougher, so will the competition. He certainly isn’t the longest hitter and he doesn’t hit enough fairways either. Perhaps the 90th ranked player in the world might be feeling out of his depth sometime soon.

6.) Patrick Reed to confirm his prediction and become a Top 5 golfer. Since the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles most people have been impressed with what they have seen from Reed. He’s made some bold statements in 2014, pissed a number of people off and yet his golf has come through pretty unscathed. The future looks bright for the new red and black Sunday hero.

7.) No list is complete unless we gaze into the Tiger Woods crystal ball. Will he win another major, will he get back to the top of the world, can he still compete with Stenson, McIlroy, Spieth, Reed or Scott, is he ever going to win again? The answers are perhaps, no, not every week and yes!

8.) Phil Mickelson might well have seen his best days behind him. Like Els, Singh and Westwood another winless year beckons for Lefty who will continue to miss fairways and two footers at crucial times. His current world ranking of 14 might yet be as lofty as gets for a while.

9.) Jason Dufner had a quiet year on tour last season, so much so that we saw more of his wife Amanda on Instagram than we did did of Jason on the golf course. Neck and back problems were the cause of his foreshortened season, but he should make a multiple-winning return to form this season and maybe another crack at the final major of the season again too.

10.) The European bubble will burst. The are now four Europeans in the top six of the world rankings, and after another defiant defense of the Ryder Cup, Americans need some new heroes. While McIlroy and (Aussie) Adam Scott will still be at the top of their game in 2015, look for players like Spieth, Reed, Rickie Fowler, Matt Kuchar, Billy Horschel and Bubba Watson to lead the American return to dominance. By the end of the year a more consistent Bubba might well be knocking on the door of the number one spot.

The first Tiger Woods-designed golf course is up and running and you can play it now. Woods’ project at Diamante in Cabo San Lucas is now complete and officially open.

“This is a culmination of a dream for me and my team. I’ve always wanted to be involved in golf course design, and now my first course is ready to open.”

Woods was there for the opening on December 16 getting ready to tackle his own hazards on the 7,363 yard layout which sits above the No 52 ranked Davis Love III designed Dunes course.

The course offers dramatic views of the Pacific Ocean with the Sierra de la Laguna mountains behind and the El Faro lighthouse there too all set with the mile and half of sandy white beach at Diamante.

With five sets of tees, there is something here for every golfer of every skill. Tiger was keen to ensure it was a test for everyone in the family, mom dad and kids!

In keeping with the philosophy of the old California courses he grew up on the bunkers will be big and a keen eye for detail has ensured lines of sight, strategy and thinking golf will be at the forefront of every golfer playing.

There are very few big, new things left possible for Tiger to do, El Cardonal has certainly proved one of them. After a few TW Design courses fell through due to finance and untimely economics, this course in Mexico will undoubtedly be used as a showpiece and selling tool as his design company grows. Next up is Bluejack National and Trump’s Golf World development in Dubai.

Meanwhile for residents at Diamante Cabo San Lucas, their new course is one they will feel justifiably proud of sat next to their world renowned Dunes Course.

As with the Dunes course the wind will be a big factor. It also has similarities with the finishing stretch of six holes being the toughest on the course.

“I designed El Cardonal at Diamante to make you think,” Woods explained. “You must be willing to weigh risks and make smart choices. Proper strategy will provide the best opportunity to score. The biggest compliment I can receive after you play my course is that you want to play it again.”

We will Tiger, we will.

Now, Tiger will focus his attentions on another course in Dubai, but we are sure to see plenty more of him around Diamante, as he owns a house that also overlooks El Cardonal.

For your opportunity to play tiger Woods’ El Cardonal call 520-509-9040 or fill in the form on our home page.

We make 10 predictions for the golfing year:

1.) Henrik Stenson to finally break his major duck. Currently the world’s most consistent performer without a major in his trophy cabinet, Stenson will be eying up either the US Open or the PGA as his best chances for his maiden major championship and be Sweden’s first male golfer to do so.

2.) Rory McIlroy to come close at Augusta but ultimately come up short. Predicting a Grand Slam for the young Ulsterman is all too easy. He is, by far, the best player in the world, but he is not without his faults. He had third-round meltdown syndrome last season and Nike-induced loss of form the season before. He’ll win plenty this year but he’ll not be without some issue or other, which is exactly why we love him!

3.) If not Rory at the Masters then who? We think Jordan Spieth will be spraying the eighteenth green with champagne and picking up a green jacket that he need refitting for before the decade is out. The 21 year old Texan still has some filling out to do as he has years on his competition. He is still four years younger than McIlroy and way ahead of the game, but recent back to back victories confirm he has found the winning formula.

4.) Dustin Johnson makes a successful return to golf by winning the US Open at Chambers Bay. Johnson is currently holding the longest winning streak in the PGA Tour with wins in each of his last eight seasons and with the U.S. open being played on a seaside course that might be reminiscent of British links and his favorite course at Pebble Beach, it could be a major breakthrough for the golfer with the most publicized off course media speculation in the world.

5.) Current FedEx Cup points leader Robert Streb to disappear without managing another top ten this season. As much as it has been a welcome sight for journeyman Streb to start winning and competing this season, as the courses get tougher, so will the competition. He certainly isn’t the longest hitter and he doesn’t hit enough fairways either. Perhaps the 90th ranked player in the world might be feeling out of his depth sometime soon.

6.) Patrick Reed to confirm his prediction and become a Top 5 golfer. Since the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles most people have been impressed with what they have seen from Reed. He’s made some bold statements in 2014, pissed a number of people off and yet his golf has come through pretty unscathed. The future looks bright for the new red and black Sunday hero.

7.) No list is complete unless we gaze into the Tiger Woods crystal ball. Will he win another major, will he get back to the top of the world, can he still compete with Stenson, McIlroy, Spieth, Reed or Scott, is he ever going to win again? The answers are perhaps, no, not every week and yes!

8.) Phil Mickelson might well have seen his best days behind him. Like Els, Singh and Westwood another winless year beckons for Lefty who will continue to miss fairways and two footers at crucial times. His current world ranking of 14 might yet be as lofty as gets for a while.

9.) Jason Dufner had a quiet year on tour last season, so much so that we saw more of his wife Amanda on Instagram than we did did of Jason on the golf course. Neck and back problems were the cause of his foreshortened season, but he should make a multiple-winning return to form this season and maybe another crack at the final major of the season again too.

10.) The European bubble will burst. The are now four Europeans in the top six of the world rankings, and after another defiant defense of the Ryder Cup, Americans need some new heroes. While McIlroy and (Aussie) Adam Scott will still be at the top of their game in 2015, look for players like Spieth, Reed, Rickie Fowler, Matt Kuchar, Billy Horschel and Bubba Watson to lead the American return to dominance. By the end of the year a more consistent Bubba might well be knocking on the door of the number one spot.

The first Tiger Woods-designed golf course is up and running and you can play it now. Woods’ project at Diamante in Cabo San Lucas is now complete and officially open.

“This is a culmination of a dream for me and my team. I’ve always wanted to be involved in golf course design, and now my first course is ready to open.”

Woods was there for the opening on December 16 getting ready to tackle his own hazards on the 7,363 yard layout which sits above the No 52 ranked Davis Love III designed Dunes course.

The course offers dramatic views of the Pacific Ocean with the Sierra de la Laguna mountains behind and the El Faro lighthouse there too all set with the mile and half of sandy white beach at Diamante.

With five sets of tees, there is something here for every golfer of every skill. Tiger was keen to ensure it was a test for everyone in the family, mom dad and kids!

In keeping with the philosophy of the old California courses he grew up on the bunkers will be big and a keen eye for detail has ensured lines of sight, strategy and thinking golf will be at the forefront of every golfer playing.

There are very few big, new things left possible for Tiger to do, El Cardonal has certainly proved one of them. After a few TW Design courses fell through due to finance and untimely economics, this course in Mexico will undoubtedly be used as a showpiece and selling tool as his design company grows. Next up is Bluejack National and Trump’s Golf World development in Dubai.

Meanwhile for residents at Diamante Cabo San Lucas, their new course is one they will feel justifiably proud of sat next to their world renowned Dunes Course.

As with the Dunes course the wind will be a big factor. It also has similarities with the finishing stretch of six holes being the toughest on the course.

“I designed El Cardonal at Diamante to make you think,” Woods explained. “You must be willing to weigh risks and make smart choices. Proper strategy will provide the best opportunity to score. The biggest compliment I can receive after you play my course is that you want to play it again.”

We will Tiger, we will.

Now, Tiger will focus his attentions on another course in Dubai, but we are sure to see plenty more of him around Diamante, as he owns a house that also overlooks El Cardonal.

For your opportunity to play tiger Woods’ El Cardonal call 520-509-9040 or fill in the form on our home page.

We make 10 predictions for the golfing year:

1.) Henrik Stenson to finally break his major duck. Currently the world’s most consistent performer without a major in his trophy cabinet, Stenson will be eying up either the US Open or the PGA as his best chances for his maiden major championship and be Sweden’s first male golfer to do so.

2.) Rory McIlroy to come close at Augusta but ultimately come up short. Predicting a Grand Slam for the young Ulsterman is all too easy. He is, by far, the best player in the world, but he is not without his faults. He had third-round meltdown syndrome last season and Nike-induced loss of form the season before. He’ll win plenty this year but he’ll not be without some issue or other, which is exactly why we love him!

3.) If not Rory at the Masters then who? We think Jordan Spieth will be spraying the eighteenth green with champagne and picking up a green jacket that he need refitting for before the decade is out. The 21 year old Texan still has some filling out to do as he has years on his competition. He is still four years younger than McIlroy and way ahead of the game, but recent back to back victories confirm he has found the winning formula.

4.) Dustin Johnson makes a successful return to golf by winning the US Open at Chambers Bay. Johnson is currently holding the longest winning streak in the PGA Tour with wins in each of his last eight seasons and with the U.S. open being played on a seaside course that might be reminiscent of British links and his favorite course at Pebble Beach, it could be a major breakthrough for the golfer with the most publicized off course media speculation in the world.

5.) Current FedEx Cup points leader Robert Streb to disappear without managing another top ten this season. As much as it has been a welcome sight for journeyman Streb to start winning and competing this season, as the courses get tougher, so will the competition. He certainly isn’t the longest hitter and he doesn’t hit enough fairways either. Perhaps the 90th ranked player in the world might be feeling out of his depth sometime soon.

6.) Patrick Reed to confirm his prediction and become a Top 5 golfer. Since the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles most people have been impressed with what they have seen from Reed. He’s made some bold statements in 2014, pissed a number of people off and yet his golf has come through pretty unscathed. The future looks bright for the new red and black Sunday hero.

7.) No list is complete unless we gaze into the Tiger Woods crystal ball. Will he win another major, will he get back to the top of the world, can he still compete with Stenson, McIlroy, Spieth, Reed or Scott, is he ever going to win again? The answers are perhaps, no, not every week and yes!

8.) Phil Mickelson might well have seen his best days behind him. Like Els, Singh and Westwood another winless year beckons for Lefty who will continue to miss fairways and two footers at crucial times. His current world ranking of 14 might yet be as lofty as gets for a while.

9.) Jason Dufner had a quiet year on tour last season, so much so that we saw more of his wife Amanda on Instagram than we did did of Jason on the golf course. Neck and back problems were the cause of his foreshortened season, but he should make a multiple-winning return to form this season and maybe another crack at the final major of the season again too.

10.) The European bubble will burst. The are now four Europeans in the top six of the world rankings, and after another defiant defense of the Ryder Cup, Americans need some new heroes. While McIlroy and (Aussie) Adam Scott will still be at the top of their game in 2015, look for players like Spieth, Reed, Rickie Fowler, Matt Kuchar, Billy Horschel and Bubba Watson to lead the American return to dominance. By the end of the year a more consistent Bubba might well be knocking on the door of the number one spot.

The first Tiger Woods-designed golf course is up and running and you can play it now. Woods’ project at Diamante in Cabo San Lucas is now complete and officially open.

“This is a culmination of a dream for me and my team. I’ve always wanted to be involved in golf course design, and now my first course is ready to open.”

Woods was there for the opening on December 16 getting ready to tackle his own hazards on the 7,363 yard layout which sits above the No 52 ranked Davis Love III designed Dunes course.

The course offers dramatic views of the Pacific Ocean with the Sierra de la Laguna mountains behind and the El Faro lighthouse there too all set with the mile and half of sandy white beach at Diamante.

With five sets of tees, there is something here for every golfer of every skill. Tiger was keen to ensure it was a test for everyone in the family, mom dad and kids!

In keeping with the philosophy of the old California courses he grew up on the bunkers will be big and a keen eye for detail has ensured lines of sight, strategy and thinking golf will be at the forefront of every golfer playing.

There are very few big, new things left possible for Tiger to do, El Cardonal has certainly proved one of them. After a few TW Design courses fell through due to finance and untimely economics, this course in Mexico will undoubtedly be used as a showpiece and selling tool as his design company grows. Next up is Bluejack National and Trump’s Golf World development in Dubai.

Meanwhile for residents at Diamante Cabo San Lucas, their new course is one they will feel justifiably proud of sat next to their world renowned Dunes Course.

As with the Dunes course the wind will be a big factor. It also has similarities with the finishing stretch of six holes being the toughest on the course.

“I designed El Cardonal at Diamante to make you think,” Woods explained. “You must be willing to weigh risks and make smart choices. Proper strategy will provide the best opportunity to score. The biggest compliment I can receive after you play my course is that you want to play it again.”

We will Tiger, we will.

Now, Tiger will focus his attentions on another course in Dubai, but we are sure to see plenty more of him around Diamante, as he owns a house that also overlooks El Cardonal.

For your opportunity to play tiger Woods’ El Cardonal call 520-509-9040 or fill in the form on our home page.

We make 10 predictions for the golfing year:

1.) Henrik Stenson to finally break his major duck. Currently the world’s most consistent performer without a major in his trophy cabinet, Stenson will be eying up either the US Open or the PGA as his best chances for his maiden major championship and be Sweden’s first male golfer to do so.

2.) Rory McIlroy to come close at Augusta but ultimately come up short. Predicting a Grand Slam for the young Ulsterman is all too easy. He is, by far, the best player in the world, but he is not without his faults. He had third-round meltdown syndrome last season and Nike-induced loss of form the season before. He’ll win plenty this year but he’ll not be without some issue or other, which is exactly why we love him!

3.) If not Rory at the Masters then who? We think Jordan Spieth will be spraying the eighteenth green with champagne and picking up a green jacket that he need refitting for before the decade is out. The 21 year old Texan still has some filling out to do as he has years on his competition. He is still four years younger than McIlroy and way ahead of the game, but recent back to back victories confirm he has found the winning formula.

4.) Dustin Johnson makes a successful return to golf by winning the US Open at Chambers Bay. Johnson is currently holding the longest winning streak in the PGA Tour with wins in each of his last eight seasons and with the U.S. open being played on a seaside course that might be reminiscent of British links and his favorite course at Pebble Beach, it could be a major breakthrough for the golfer with the most publicized off course media speculation in the world.

5.) Current FedEx Cup points leader Robert Streb to disappear without managing another top ten this season. As much as it has been a welcome sight for journeyman Streb to start winning and competing this season, as the courses get tougher, so will the competition. He certainly isn’t the longest hitter and he doesn’t hit enough fairways either. Perhaps the 90th ranked player in the world might be feeling out of his depth sometime soon.

6.) Patrick Reed to confirm his prediction and become a Top 5 golfer. Since the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles most people have been impressed with what they have seen from Reed. He’s made some bold statements in 2014, pissed a number of people off and yet his golf has come through pretty unscathed. The future looks bright for the new red and black Sunday hero.

7.) No list is complete unless we gaze into the Tiger Woods crystal ball. Will he win another major, will he get back to the top of the world, can he still compete with Stenson, McIlroy, Spieth, Reed or Scott, is he ever going to win again? The answers are perhaps, no, not every week and yes!

8.) Phil Mickelson might well have seen his best days behind him. Like Els, Singh and Westwood another winless year beckons for Lefty who will continue to miss fairways and two footers at crucial times. His current world ranking of 14 might yet be as lofty as gets for a while.

9.) Jason Dufner had a quiet year on tour last season, so much so that we saw more of his wife Amanda on Instagram than we did did of Jason on the golf course. Neck and back problems were the cause of his foreshortened season, but he should make a multiple-winning return to form this season and maybe another crack at the final major of the season again too.

10.) The European bubble will burst. The are now four Europeans in the top six of the world rankings, and after another defiant defense of the Ryder Cup, Americans need some new heroes. While McIlroy and (Aussie) Adam Scott will still be at the top of their game in 2015, look for players like Spieth, Reed, Rickie Fowler, Matt Kuchar, Billy Horschel and Bubba Watson to lead the American return to dominance. By the end of the year a more consistent Bubba might well be knocking on the door of the number one spot.

The first Tiger Woods-designed golf course is up and running and you can play it now. Woods’ project at Diamante in Cabo San Lucas is now complete and officially open.

“This is a culmination of a dream for me and my team. I’ve always wanted to be involved in golf course design, and now my first course is ready to open.”

Woods was there for the opening on December 16 getting ready to tackle his own hazards on the 7,363 yard layout which sits above the No 52 ranked Davis Love III designed Dunes course.

The course offers dramatic views of the Pacific Ocean with the Sierra de la Laguna mountains behind and the El Faro lighthouse there too all set with the mile and half of sandy white beach at Diamante.

With five sets of tees, there is something here for every golfer of every skill. Tiger was keen to ensure it was a test for everyone in the family, mom dad and kids!

In keeping with the philosophy of the old California courses he grew up on the bunkers will be big and a keen eye for detail has ensured lines of sight, strategy and thinking golf will be at the forefront of every golfer playing.

There are very few big, new things left possible for Tiger to do, El Cardonal has certainly proved one of them. After a few TW Design courses fell through due to finance and untimely economics, this course in Mexico will undoubtedly be used as a showpiece and selling tool as his design company grows. Next up is Bluejack National and Trump’s Golf World development in Dubai.

Meanwhile for residents at Diamante Cabo San Lucas, their new course is one they will feel justifiably proud of sat next to their world renowned Dunes Course.

As with the Dunes course the wind will be a big factor. It also has similarities with the finishing stretch of six holes being the toughest on the course.

“I designed El Cardonal at Diamante to make you think,” Woods explained. “You must be willing to weigh risks and make smart choices. Proper strategy will provide the best opportunity to score. The biggest compliment I can receive after you play my course is that you want to play it again.”

We will Tiger, we will.

Now, Tiger will focus his attentions on another course in Dubai, but we are sure to see plenty more of him around Diamante, as he owns a house that also overlooks El Cardonal.

For your opportunity to play tiger Woods’ El Cardonal call 520-509-9040 or fill in the form on our home page.

We make 10 predictions for the golfing year:

1.) Henrik Stenson to finally break his major duck. Currently the world’s most consistent performer without a major in his trophy cabinet, Stenson will be eying up either the US Open or the PGA as his best chances for his maiden major championship and be Sweden’s first male golfer to do so.

2.) Rory McIlroy to come close at Augusta but ultimately come up short. Predicting a Grand Slam for the young Ulsterman is all too easy. He is, by far, the best player in the world, but he is not without his faults. He had third-round meltdown syndrome last season and Nike-induced loss of form the season before. He’ll win plenty this year but he’ll not be without some issue or other, which is exactly why we love him!

3.) If not Rory at the Masters then who? We think Jordan Spieth will be spraying the eighteenth green with champagne and picking up a green jacket that he need refitting for before the decade is out. The 21 year old Texan still has some filling out to do as he has years on his competition. He is still four years younger than McIlroy and way ahead of the game, but recent back to back victories confirm he has found the winning formula.

4.) Dustin Johnson makes a successful return to golf by winning the US Open at Chambers Bay. Johnson is currently holding the longest winning streak in the PGA Tour with wins in each of his last eight seasons and with the U.S. open being played on a seaside course that might be reminiscent of British links and his favorite course at Pebble Beach, it could be a major breakthrough for the golfer with the most publicized off course media speculation in the world.

5.) Current FedEx Cup points leader Robert Streb to disappear without managing another top ten this season. As much as it has been a welcome sight for journeyman Streb to start winning and competing this season, as the courses get tougher, so will the competition. He certainly isn’t the longest hitter and he doesn’t hit enough fairways either. Perhaps the 90th ranked player in the world might be feeling out of his depth sometime soon.

6.) Patrick Reed to confirm his prediction and become a Top 5 golfer. Since the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles most people have been impressed with what they have seen from Reed. He’s made some bold statements in 2014, pissed a number of people off and yet his golf has come through pretty unscathed. The future looks bright for the new red and black Sunday hero.

7.) No list is complete unless we gaze into the Tiger Woods crystal ball. Will he win another major, will he get back to the top of the world, can he still compete with Stenson, McIlroy, Spieth, Reed or Scott, is he ever going to win again? The answers are perhaps, no, not every week and yes!

8.) Phil Mickelson might well have seen his best days behind him. Like Els, Singh and Westwood another winless year beckons for Lefty who will continue to miss fairways and two footers at crucial times. His current world ranking of 14 might yet be as lofty as gets for a while.

9.) Jason Dufner had a quiet year on tour last season, so much so that we saw more of his wife Amanda on Instagram than we did did of Jason on the golf course. Neck and back problems were the cause of his foreshortened season, but he should make a multiple-winning return to form this season and maybe another crack at the final major of the season again too.

10.) The European bubble will burst. The are now four Europeans in the top six of the world rankings, and after another defiant defense of the Ryder Cup, Americans need some new heroes. While McIlroy and (Aussie) Adam Scott will still be at the top of their game in 2015, look for players like Spieth, Reed, Rickie Fowler, Matt Kuchar, Billy Horschel and Bubba Watson to lead the American return to dominance. By the end of the year a more consistent Bubba might well be knocking on the door of the number one spot.

The first Tiger Woods-designed golf course is up and running and you can play it now. Woods’ project at Diamante in Cabo San Lucas is now complete and officially open.

“This is a culmination of a dream for me and my team. I’ve always wanted to be involved in golf course design, and now my first course is ready to open.”

Woods was there for the opening on December 16 getting ready to tackle his own hazards on the 7,363 yard layout which sits above the No 52 ranked Davis Love III designed Dunes course.

The course offers dramatic views of the Pacific Ocean with the Sierra de la Laguna mountains behind and the El Faro lighthouse there too all set with the mile and half of sandy white beach at Diamante.

With five sets of tees, there is something here for every golfer of every skill. Tiger was keen to ensure it was a test for everyone in the family, mom dad and kids!

In keeping with the philosophy of the old California courses he grew up on the bunkers will be big and a keen eye for detail has ensured lines of sight, strategy and thinking golf will be at the forefront of every golfer playing.

There are very few big, new things left possible for Tiger to do, El Cardonal has certainly proved one of them. After a few TW Design courses fell through due to finance and untimely economics, this course in Mexico will undoubtedly be used as a showpiece and selling tool as his design company grows. Next up is Bluejack National and Trump’s Golf World development in Dubai.

Meanwhile for residents at Diamante Cabo San Lucas, their new course is one they will feel justifiably proud of sat next to their world renowned Dunes Course.

As with the Dunes course the wind will be a big factor. It also has similarities with the finishing stretch of six holes being the toughest on the course.

“I designed El Cardonal at Diamante to make you think,” Woods explained. “You must be willing to weigh risks and make smart choices. Proper strategy will provide the best opportunity to score. The biggest compliment I can receive after you play my course is that you want to play it again.”

We will Tiger, we will.

Now, Tiger will focus his attentions on another course in Dubai, but we are sure to see plenty more of him around Diamante, as he owns a house that also overlooks El Cardonal.

For your opportunity to play tiger Woods’ El Cardonal call 520-509-9040 or fill in the form on our home page.

We make 10 predictions for the golfing year:

1.) Henrik Stenson to finally break his major duck. Currently the world’s most consistent performer without a major in his trophy cabinet, Stenson will be eying up either the US Open or the PGA as his best chances for his maiden major championship and be Sweden’s first male golfer to do so.

2.) Rory McIlroy to come close at Augusta but ultimately come up short. Predicting a Grand Slam for the young Ulsterman is all too easy. He is, by far, the best player in the world, but he is not without his faults. He had third-round meltdown syndrome last season and Nike-induced loss of form the season before. He’ll win plenty this year but he’ll not be without some issue or other, which is exactly why we love him!

3.) If not Rory at the Masters then who? We think Jordan Spieth will be spraying the eighteenth green with champagne and picking up a green jacket that he need refitting for before the decade is out. The 21 year old Texan still has some filling out to do as he has years on his competition. He is still four years younger than McIlroy and way ahead of the game, but recent back to back victories confirm he has found the winning formula.

4.) Dustin Johnson makes a successful return to golf by winning the US Open at Chambers Bay. Johnson is currently holding the longest winning streak in the PGA Tour with wins in each of his last eight seasons and with the U.S. open being played on a seaside course that might be reminiscent of British links and his favorite course at Pebble Beach, it could be a major breakthrough for the golfer with the most publicized off course media speculation in the world.

5.) Current FedEx Cup points leader Robert Streb to disappear without managing another top ten this season. As much as it has been a welcome sight for journeyman Streb to start winning and competing this season, as the courses get tougher, so will the competition. He certainly isn’t the longest hitter and he doesn’t hit enough fairways either. Perhaps the 90th ranked player in the world might be feeling out of his depth sometime soon.

6.) Patrick Reed to confirm his prediction and become a Top 5 golfer. Since the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles most people have been impressed with what they have seen from Reed. He’s made some bold statements in 2014, pissed a number of people off and yet his golf has come through pretty unscathed. The future looks bright for the new red and black Sunday hero.

7.) No list is complete unless we gaze into the Tiger Woods crystal ball. Will he win another major, will he get back to the top of the world, can he still compete with Stenson, McIlroy, Spieth, Reed or Scott, is he ever going to win again? The answers are perhaps, no, not every week and yes!

8.) Phil Mickelson might well have seen his best days behind him. Like Els, Singh and Westwood another winless year beckons for Lefty who will continue to miss fairways and two footers at crucial times. His current world ranking of 14 might yet be as lofty as gets for a while.

9.) Jason Dufner had a quiet year on tour last season, so much so that we saw more of his wife Amanda on Instagram than we did did of Jason on the golf course. Neck and back problems were the cause of his foreshortened season, but he should make a multiple-winning return to form this season and maybe another crack at the final major of the season again too.

10.) The European bubble will burst. The are now four Europeans in the top six of the world rankings, and after another defiant defense of the Ryder Cup, Americans need some new heroes. While McIlroy and (Aussie) Adam Scott will still be at the top of their game in 2015, look for players like Spieth, Reed, Rickie Fowler, Matt Kuchar, Billy Horschel and Bubba Watson to lead the American return to dominance. By the end of the year a more consistent Bubba might well be knocking on the door of the number one spot.

The first Tiger Woods-designed golf course is up and running and you can play it now. Woods’ project at Diamante in Cabo San Lucas is now complete and officially open.

“This is a culmination of a dream for me and my team. I’ve always wanted to be involved in golf course design, and now my first course is ready to open.”

Woods was there for the opening on December 16 getting ready to tackle his own hazards on the 7,363 yard layout which sits above the No 52 ranked Davis Love III designed Dunes course.

The course offers dramatic views of the Pacific Ocean with the Sierra de la Laguna mountains behind and the El Faro lighthouse there too all set with the mile and half of sandy white beach at Diamante.

With five sets of tees, there is something here for every golfer of every skill. Tiger was keen to ensure it was a test for everyone in the family, mom dad and kids!

In keeping with the philosophy of the old California courses he grew up on the bunkers will be big and a keen eye for detail has ensured lines of sight, strategy and thinking golf will be at the forefront of every golfer playing.

There are very few big, new things left possible for Tiger to do, El Cardonal has certainly proved one of them. After a few TW Design courses fell through due to finance and untimely economics, this course in Mexico will undoubtedly be used as a showpiece and selling tool as his design company grows. Next up is Bluejack National and Trump’s Golf World development in Dubai.

Meanwhile for residents at Diamante Cabo San Lucas, their new course is one they will feel justifiably proud of sat next to their world renowned Dunes Course.

As with the Dunes course the wind will be a big factor. It also has similarities with the finishing stretch of six holes being the toughest on the course.

“I designed El Cardonal at Diamante to make you think,” Woods explained. “You must be willing to weigh risks and make smart choices. Proper strategy will provide the best opportunity to score. The biggest compliment I can receive after you play my course is that you want to play it again.”

We will Tiger, we will.

Now, Tiger will focus his attentions on another course in Dubai, but we are sure to see plenty more of him around Diamante, as he owns a house that also overlooks El Cardonal.

For your opportunity to play tiger Woods’ El Cardonal call 520-509-9040 or fill in the form on our home page.

We make 10 predictions for the golfing year:

1.) Henrik Stenson to finally break his major duck. Currently the world’s most consistent performer without a major in his trophy cabinet, Stenson will be eying up either the US Open or the PGA as his best chances for his maiden major championship and be Sweden’s first male golfer to do so.

2.) Rory McIlroy to come close at Augusta but ultimately come up short. Predicting a Grand Slam for the young Ulsterman is all too easy. He is, by far, the best player in the world, but he is not without his faults. He had third-round meltdown syndrome last season and Nike-induced loss of form the season before. He’ll win plenty this year but he’ll not be without some issue or other, which is exactly why we love him!

3.) If not Rory at the Masters then who? We think Jordan Spieth will be spraying the eighteenth green with champagne and picking up a green jacket that he need refitting for before the decade is out. The 21 year old Texan still has some filling out to do as he has years on his competition. He is still four years younger than McIlroy and way ahead of the game, but recent back to back victories confirm he has found the winning formula.

4.) Dustin Johnson makes a successful return to golf by winning the US Open at Chambers Bay. Johnson is currently holding the longest winning streak in the PGA Tour with wins in each of his last eight seasons and with the U.S. open being played on a seaside course that might be reminiscent of British links and his favorite course at Pebble Beach, it could be a major breakthrough for the golfer with the most publicized off course media speculation in the world.

5.) Current FedEx Cup points leader Robert Streb to disappear without managing another top ten this season. As much as it has been a welcome sight for journeyman Streb to start winning and competing this season, as the courses get tougher, so will the competition. He certainly isn’t the longest hitter and he doesn’t hit enough fairways either. Perhaps the 90th ranked player in the world might be feeling out of his depth sometime soon.

6.) Patrick Reed to confirm his prediction and become a Top 5 golfer. Since the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles most people have been impressed with what they have seen from Reed. He’s made some bold statements in 2014, pissed a number of people off and yet his golf has come through pretty unscathed. The future looks bright for the new red and black Sunday hero.

7.) No list is complete unless we gaze into the Tiger Woods crystal ball. Will he win another major, will he get back to the top of the world, can he still compete with Stenson, McIlroy, Spieth, Reed or Scott, is he ever going to win again? The answers are perhaps, no, not every week and yes!

8.) Phil Mickelson might well have seen his best days behind him. Like Els, Singh and Westwood another winless year beckons for Lefty who will continue to miss fairways and two footers at crucial times. His current world ranking of 14 might yet be as lofty as gets for a while.

9.) Jason Dufner had a quiet year on tour last season, so much so that we saw more of his wife Amanda on Instagram than we did did of Jason on the golf course. Neck and back problems were the cause of his foreshortened season, but he should make a multiple-winning return to form this season and maybe another crack at the final major of the season again too.

10.) The European bubble will burst. The are now four Europeans in the top six of the world rankings, and after another defiant defense of the Ryder Cup, Americans need some new heroes. While McIlroy and (Aussie) Adam Scott will still be at the top of their game in 2015, look for players like Spieth, Reed, Rickie Fowler, Matt Kuchar, Billy Horschel and Bubba Watson to lead the American return to dominance. By the end of the year a more consistent Bubba might well be knocking on the door of the number one spot.

The first Tiger Woods-designed golf course is up and running and you can play it now. Woods’ project at Diamante in Cabo San Lucas is now complete and officially open.

“This is a culmination of a dream for me and my team. I’ve always wanted to be involved in golf course design, and now my first course is ready to open.”

Woods was there for the opening on December 16 getting ready to tackle his own hazards on the 7,363 yard layout which sits above the No 52 ranked Davis Love III designed Dunes course.

The course offers dramatic views of the Pacific Ocean with the Sierra de la Laguna mountains behind and the El Faro lighthouse there too all set with the mile and half of sandy white beach at Diamante.

With five sets of tees, there is something here for every golfer of every skill. Tiger was keen to ensure it was a test for everyone in the family, mom dad and kids!

In keeping with the philosophy of the old California courses he grew up on the bunkers will be big and a keen eye for detail has ensured lines of sight, strategy and thinking golf will be at the forefront of every golfer playing.

There are very few big, new things left possible for Tiger to do, El Cardonal has certainly proved one of them. After a few TW Design courses fell through due to finance and untimely economics, this course in Mexico will undoubtedly be used as a showpiece and selling tool as his design company grows. Next up is Bluejack National and Trump’s Golf World development in Dubai.

Meanwhile for residents at Diamante Cabo San Lucas, their new course is one they will feel justifiably proud of sat next to their world renowned Dunes Course.

As with the Dunes course the wind will be a big factor. It also has similarities with the finishing stretch of six holes being the toughest on the course.

“I designed El Cardonal at Diamante to make you think,” Woods explained. “You must be willing to weigh risks and make smart choices. Proper strategy will provide the best opportunity to score. The biggest compliment I can receive after you play my course is that you want to play it again.”

We will Tiger, we will.

Now, Tiger will focus his attentions on another course in Dubai, but we are sure to see plenty more of him around Diamante, as he owns a house that also overlooks El Cardonal.

For your opportunity to play tiger Woods’ El Cardonal call 520-509-9040 or fill in the form on our home page.

We make 10 predictions for the golfing year:

1.) Henrik Stenson to finally break his major duck. Currently the world’s most consistent performer without a major in his trophy cabinet, Stenson will be eying up either the US Open or the PGA as his best chances for his maiden major championship and be Sweden’s first male golfer to do so.

2.) Rory McIlroy to come close at Augusta but ultimately come up short. Predicting a Grand Slam for the young Ulsterman is all too easy. He is, by far, the best player in the world, but he is not without his faults. He had third-round meltdown syndrome last season and Nike-induced loss of form the season before. He’ll win plenty this year but he’ll not be without some issue or other, which is exactly why we love him!

3.) If not Rory at the Masters then who? We think Jordan Spieth will be spraying the eighteenth green with champagne and picking up a green jacket that he need refitting for before the decade is out. The 21 year old Texan still has some filling out to do as he has years on his competition. He is still four years younger than McIlroy and way ahead of the game, but recent back to back victories confirm he has found the winning formula.

4.) Dustin Johnson makes a successful return to golf by winning the US Open at Chambers Bay. Johnson is currently holding the longest winning streak in the PGA Tour with wins in each of his last eight seasons and with the U.S. open being played on a seaside course that might be reminiscent of British links and his favorite course at Pebble Beach, it could be a major breakthrough for the golfer with the most publicized off course media speculation in the world.

5.) Current FedEx Cup points leader Robert Streb to disappear without managing another top ten this season. As much as it has been a welcome sight for journeyman Streb to start winning and competing this season, as the courses get tougher, so will the competition. He certainly isn’t the longest hitter and he doesn’t hit enough fairways either. Perhaps the 90th ranked player in the world might be feeling out of his depth sometime soon.

6.) Patrick Reed to confirm his prediction and become a Top 5 golfer. Since the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles most people have been impressed with what they have seen from Reed. He’s made some bold statements in 2014, pissed a number of people off and yet his golf has come through pretty unscathed. The future looks bright for the new red and black Sunday hero.

7.) No list is complete unless we gaze into the Tiger Woods crystal ball. Will he win another major, will he get back to the top of the world, can he still compete with Stenson, McIlroy, Spieth, Reed or Scott, is he ever going to win again? The answers are perhaps, no, not every week and yes!

8.) Phil Mickelson might well have seen his best days behind him. Like Els, Singh and Westwood another winless year beckons for Lefty who will continue to miss fairways and two footers at crucial times. His current world ranking of 14 might yet be as lofty as gets for a while.

9.) Jason Dufner had a quiet year on tour last season, so much so that we saw more of his wife Amanda on Instagram than we did did of Jason on the golf course. Neck and back problems were the cause of his foreshortened season, but he should make a multiple-winning return to form this season and maybe another crack at the final major of the season again too.

10.) The European bubble will burst. The are now four Europeans in the top six of the world rankings, and after another defiant defense of the Ryder Cup, Americans need some new heroes. While McIlroy and (Aussie) Adam Scott will still be at the top of their game in 2015, look for players like Spieth, Reed, Rickie Fowler, Matt Kuchar, Billy Horschel and Bubba Watson to lead the American return to dominance. By the end of the year a more consistent Bubba might well be knocking on the door of the number one spot.

The first Tiger Woods-designed golf course is up and running and you can play it now. Woods’ project at Diamante in Cabo San Lucas is now complete and officially open.

“This is a culmination of a dream for me and my team. I’ve always wanted to be involved in golf course design, and now my first course is ready to open.”

Woods was there for the opening on December 16 getting ready to tackle his own hazards on the 7,363 yard layout which sits above the No 52 ranked Davis Love III designed Dunes course.

The course offers dramatic views of the Pacific Ocean with the Sierra de la Laguna mountains behind and the El Faro lighthouse there too all set with the mile and half of sandy white beach at Diamante.

With five sets of tees, there is something here for every golfer of every skill. Tiger was keen to ensure it was a test for everyone in the family, mom dad and kids!

In keeping with the philosophy of the old California courses he grew up on the bunkers will be big and a keen eye for detail has ensured lines of sight, strategy and thinking golf will be at the forefront of every golfer playing.

There are very few big, new things left possible for Tiger to do, El Cardonal has certainly proved one of them. After a few TW Design courses fell through due to finance and untimely economics, this course in Mexico will undoubtedly be used as a showpiece and selling tool as his design company grows. Next up is Bluejack National and Trump’s Golf World development in Dubai.

Meanwhile for residents at Diamante Cabo San Lucas, their new course is one they will feel justifiably proud of sat next to their world renowned Dunes Course.

As with the Dunes course the wind will be a big factor. It also has similarities with the finishing stretch of six holes being the toughest on the course.

“I designed El Cardonal at Diamante to make you think,” Woods explained. “You must be willing to weigh risks and make smart choices. Proper strategy will provide the best opportunity to score. The biggest compliment I can receive after you play my course is that you want to play it again.”

We will Tiger, we will.

Now, Tiger will focus his attentions on another course in Dubai, but we are sure to see plenty more of him around Diamante, as he owns a house that also overlooks El Cardonal.

For your opportunity to play tiger Woods’ El Cardonal call 520-509-9040 or fill in the form on our home page.

We make 10 predictions for the golfing year:

1.) Henrik Stenson to finally break his major duck. Currently the world’s most consistent performer without a major in his trophy cabinet, Stenson will be eying up either the US Open or the PGA as his best chances for his maiden major championship and be Sweden’s first male golfer to do so.

2.) Rory McIlroy to come close at Augusta but ultimately come up short. Predicting a Grand Slam for the young Ulsterman is all too easy. He is, by far, the best player in the world, but he is not without his faults. He had third-round meltdown syndrome last season and Nike-induced loss of form the season before. He’ll win plenty this year but he’ll not be without some issue or other, which is exactly why we love him!

3.) If not Rory at the Masters then who? We think Jordan Spieth will be spraying the eighteenth green with champagne and picking up a green jacket that he need refitting for before the decade is out. The 21 year old Texan still has some filling out to do as he has years on his competition. He is still four years younger than McIlroy and way ahead of the game, but recent back to back victories confirm he has found the winning formula.

4.) Dustin Johnson makes a successful return to golf by winning the US Open at Chambers Bay. Johnson is currently holding the longest winning streak in the PGA Tour with wins in each of his last eight seasons and with the U.S. open being played on a seaside course that might be reminiscent of British links and his favorite course at Pebble Beach, it could be a major breakthrough for the golfer with the most publicized off course media speculation in the world.

5.) Current FedEx Cup points leader Robert Streb to disappear without managing another top ten this season. As much as it has been a welcome sight for journeyman Streb to start winning and competing this season, as the courses get tougher, so will the competition. He certainly isn’t the longest hitter and he doesn’t hit enough fairways either. Perhaps the 90th ranked player in the world might be feeling out of his depth sometime soon.

6.) Patrick Reed to confirm his prediction and become a Top 5 golfer. Since the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles most people have been impressed with what they have seen from Reed. He’s made some bold statements in 2014, pissed a number of people off and yet his golf has come through pretty unscathed. The future looks bright for the new red and black Sunday hero.

7.) No list is complete unless we gaze into the Tiger Woods crystal ball. Will he win another major, will he get back to the top of the world, can he still compete with Stenson, McIlroy, Spieth, Reed or Scott, is he ever going to win again? The answers are perhaps, no, not every week and yes!

8.) Phil Mickelson might well have seen his best days behind him. Like Els, Singh and Westwood another winless year beckons for Lefty who will continue to miss fairways and two footers at crucial times. His current world ranking of 14 might yet be as lofty as gets for a while.

9.) Jason Dufner had a quiet year on tour last season, so much so that we saw more of his wife Amanda on Instagram than we did did of Jason on the golf course. Neck and back problems were the cause of his foreshortened season, but he should make a multiple-winning return to form this season and maybe another crack at the final major of the season again too.

10.) The European bubble will burst. The are now four Europeans in the top six of the world rankings, and after another defiant defense of the Ryder Cup, Americans need some new heroes. While McIlroy and (Aussie) Adam Scott will still be at the top of their game in 2015, look for players like Spieth, Reed, Rickie Fowler, Matt Kuchar, Billy Horschel and Bubba Watson to lead the American return to dominance. By the end of the year a more consistent Bubba might well be knocking on the door of the number one spot.

The first Tiger Woods-designed golf course is up and running and you can play it now. Woods’ project at Diamante in Cabo San Lucas is now complete and officially open.

“This is a culmination of a dream for me and my team. I’ve always wanted to be involved in golf course design, and now my first course is ready to open.”

Woods was there for the opening on December 16 getting ready to tackle his own hazards on the 7,363 yard layout which sits above the No 52 ranked Davis Love III designed Dunes course.

The course offers dramatic views of the Pacific Ocean with the Sierra de la Laguna mountains behind and the El Faro lighthouse there too all set with the mile and half of sandy white beach at Diamante.

With five sets of tees, there is something here for every golfer of every skill. Tiger was keen to ensure it was a test for everyone in the family, mom dad and kids!

In keeping with the philosophy of the old California courses he grew up on the bunkers will be big and a keen eye for detail has ensured lines of sight, strategy and thinking golf will be at the forefront of every golfer playing.

There are very few big, new things left possible for Tiger to do, El Cardonal has certainly proved one of them. After a few TW Design courses fell through due to finance and untimely economics, this course in Mexico will undoubtedly be used as a showpiece and selling tool as his design company grows. Next up is Bluejack National and Trump’s Golf World development in Dubai.

Meanwhile for residents at Diamante Cabo San Lucas, their new course is one they will feel justifiably proud of sat next to their world renowned Dunes Course.

As with the Dunes course the wind will be a big factor. It also has similarities with the finishing stretch of six holes being the toughest on the course.

“I designed El Cardonal at Diamante to make you think,” Woods explained. “You must be willing to weigh risks and make smart choices. Proper strategy will provide the best opportunity to score. The biggest compliment I can receive after you play my course is that you want to play it again.”

We will Tiger, we will.

Now, Tiger will focus his attentions on another course in Dubai, but we are sure to see plenty more of him around Diamante, as he owns a house that also overlooks El Cardonal.

For your opportunity to play tiger Woods’ El Cardonal call 520-509-9040 or fill in the form on our home page.

We make 10 predictions for the golfing year:

1.) Henrik Stenson to finally break his major duck. Currently the world’s most consistent performer without a major in his trophy cabinet, Stenson will be eying up either the US Open or the PGA as his best chances for his maiden major championship and be Sweden’s first male golfer to do so.

2.) Rory McIlroy to come close at Augusta but ultimately come up short. Predicting a Grand Slam for the young Ulsterman is all too easy. He is, by far, the best player in the world, but he is not without his faults. He had third-round meltdown syndrome last season and Nike-induced loss of form the season before. He’ll win plenty this year but he’ll not be without some issue or other, which is exactly why we love him!

3.) If not Rory at the Masters then who? We think Jordan Spieth will be spraying the eighteenth green with champagne and picking up a green jacket that he need refitting for before the decade is out. The 21 year old Texan still has some filling out to do as he has years on his competition. He is still four years younger than McIlroy and way ahead of the game, but recent back to back victories confirm he has found the winning formula.

4.) Dustin Johnson makes a successful return to golf by winning the US Open at Chambers Bay. Johnson is currently holding the longest winning streak in the PGA Tour with wins in each of his last eight seasons and with the U.S. open being played on a seaside course that might be reminiscent of British links and his favorite course at Pebble Beach, it could be a major breakthrough for the golfer with the most publicized off course media speculation in the world.

5.) Current FedEx Cup points leader Robert Streb to disappear without managing another top ten this season. As much as it has been a welcome sight for journeyman Streb to start winning and competing this season, as the courses get tougher, so will the competition. He certainly isn’t the longest hitter and he doesn’t hit enough fairways either. Perhaps the 90th ranked player in the world might be feeling out of his depth sometime soon.

6.) Patrick Reed to confirm his prediction and become a Top 5 golfer. Since the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles most people have been impressed with what they have seen from Reed. He’s made some bold statements in 2014, pissed a number of people off and yet his golf has come through pretty unscathed. The future looks bright for the new red and black Sunday hero.

7.) No list is complete unless we gaze into the Tiger Woods crystal ball. Will he win another major, will he get back to the top of the world, can he still compete with Stenson, McIlroy, Spieth, Reed or Scott, is he ever going to win again? The answers are perhaps, no, not every week and yes!

8.) Phil Mickelson might well have seen his best days behind him. Like Els, Singh and Westwood another winless year beckons for Lefty who will continue to miss fairways and two footers at crucial times. His current world ranking of 14 might yet be as lofty as gets for a while.

9.) Jason Dufner had a quiet year on tour last season, so much so that we saw more of his wife Amanda on Instagram than we did did of Jason on the golf course. Neck and back problems were the cause of his foreshortened season, but he should make a multiple-winning return to form this season and maybe another crack at the final major of the season again too.

10.) The European bubble will burst. The are now four Europeans in the top six of the world rankings, and after another defiant defense of the Ryder Cup, Americans need some new heroes. While McIlroy and (Aussie) Adam Scott will still be at the top of their game in 2015, look for players like Spieth, Reed, Rickie Fowler, Matt Kuchar, Billy Horschel and Bubba Watson to lead the American return to dominance. By the end of the year a more consistent Bubba might well be knocking on the door of the number one spot.

The first Tiger Woods-designed golf course is up and running and you can play it now. Woods’ project at Diamante in Cabo San Lucas is now complete and officially open.

“This is a culmination of a dream for me and my team. I’ve always wanted to be involved in golf course design, and now my first course is ready to open.”

Woods was there for the opening on December 16 getting ready to tackle his own hazards on the 7,363 yard layout which sits above the No 52 ranked Davis Love III designed Dunes course.

The course offers dramatic views of the Pacific Ocean with the Sierra de la Laguna mountains behind and the El Faro lighthouse there too all set with the mile and half of sandy white beach at Diamante.

With five sets of tees, there is something here for every golfer of every skill. Tiger was keen to ensure it was a test for everyone in the family, mom dad and kids!

In keeping with the philosophy of the old California courses he grew up on the bunkers will be big and a keen eye for detail has ensured lines of sight, strategy and thinking golf will be at the forefront of every golfer playing.

There are very few big, new things left possible for Tiger to do, El Cardonal has certainly proved one of them. After a few TW Design courses fell through due to finance and untimely economics, this course in Mexico will undoubtedly be used as a showpiece and selling tool as his design company grows. Next up is Bluejack National and Trump’s Golf World development in Dubai.

Meanwhile for residents at Diamante Cabo San Lucas, their new course is one they will feel justifiably proud of sat next to their world renowned Dunes Course.

As with the Dunes course the wind will be a big factor. It also has similarities with the finishing stretch of six holes being the toughest on the course.

“I designed El Cardonal at Diamante to make you think,” Woods explained. “You must be willing to weigh risks and make smart choices. Proper strategy will provide the best opportunity to score. The biggest compliment I can receive after you play my course is that you want to play it again.”

We will Tiger, we will.

Now, Tiger will focus his attentions on another course in Dubai, but we are sure to see plenty more of him around Diamante, as he owns a house that also overlooks El Cardonal.

For your opportunity to play tiger Woods’ El Cardonal call 520-509-9040 or fill in the form on our home page.

We make 10 predictions for the golfing year:

1.) Henrik Stenson to finally break his major duck. Currently the world’s most consistent performer without a major in his trophy cabinet, Stenson will be eying up either the US Open or the PGA as his best chances for his maiden major championship and be Sweden’s first male golfer to do so.

2.) Rory McIlroy to come close at Augusta but ultimately come up short. Predicting a Grand Slam for the young Ulsterman is all too easy. He is, by far, the best player in the world, but he is not without his faults. He had third-round meltdown syndrome last season and Nike-induced loss of form the season before. He’ll win plenty this year but he’ll not be without some issue or other, which is exactly why we love him!

3.) If not Rory at the Masters then who? We think Jordan Spieth will be spraying the eighteenth green with champagne and picking up a green jacket that he need refitting for before the decade is out. The 21 year old Texan still has some filling out to do as he has years on his competition. He is still four years younger than McIlroy and way ahead of the game, but recent back to back victories confirm he has found the winning formula.

4.) Dustin Johnson makes a successful return to golf by winning the US Open at Chambers Bay. Johnson is currently holding the longest winning streak in the PGA Tour with wins in each of his last eight seasons and with the U.S. open being played on a seaside course that might be reminiscent of British links and his favorite course at Pebble Beach, it could be a major breakthrough for the golfer with the most publicized off course media speculation in the world.

5.) Current FedEx Cup points leader Robert Streb to disappear without managing another top ten this season. As much as it has been a welcome sight for journeyman Streb to start winning and competing this season, as the courses get tougher, so will the competition. He certainly isn’t the longest hitter and he doesn’t hit enough fairways either. Perhaps the 90th ranked player in the world might be feeling out of his depth sometime soon.

6.) Patrick Reed to confirm his prediction and become a Top 5 golfer. Since the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles most people have been impressed with what they have seen from Reed. He’s made some bold statements in 2014, pissed a number of people off and yet his golf has come through pretty unscathed. The future looks bright for the new red and black Sunday hero.

7.) No list is complete unless we gaze into the Tiger Woods crystal ball. Will he win another major, will he get back to the top of the world, can he still compete with Stenson, McIlroy, Spieth, Reed or Scott, is he ever going to win again? The answers are perhaps, no, not every week and yes!

8.) Phil Mickelson might well have seen his best days behind him. Like Els, Singh and Westwood another winless year beckons for Lefty who will continue to miss fairways and two footers at crucial times. His current world ranking of 14 might yet be as lofty as gets for a while.

9.) Jason Dufner had a quiet year on tour last season, so much so that we saw more of his wife Amanda on Instagram than we did did of Jason on the golf course. Neck and back problems were the cause of his foreshortened season, but he should make a multiple-winning return to form this season and maybe another crack at the final major of the season again too.

10.) The European bubble will burst. The are now four Europeans in the top six of the world rankings, and after another defiant defense of the Ryder Cup, Americans need some new heroes. While McIlroy and (Aussie) Adam Scott will still be at the top of their game in 2015, look for players like Spieth, Reed, Rickie Fowler, Matt Kuchar, Billy Horschel and Bubba Watson to lead the American return to dominance. By the end of the year a more consistent Bubba might well be knocking on the door of the number one spot.

The first Tiger Woods-designed golf course is up and running and you can play it now. Woods’ project at Diamante in Cabo San Lucas is now complete and officially open.

“This is a culmination of a dream for me and my team. I’ve always wanted to be involved in golf course design, and now my first course is ready to open.”

Woods was there for the opening on December 16 getting ready to tackle his own hazards on the 7,363 yard layout which sits above the No 52 ranked Davis Love III designed Dunes course.

The course offers dramatic views of the Pacific Ocean with the Sierra de la Laguna mountains behind and the El Faro lighthouse there too all set with the mile and half of sandy white beach at Diamante.

With five sets of tees, there is something here for every golfer of every skill. Tiger was keen to ensure it was a test for everyone in the family, mom dad and kids!

In keeping with the philosophy of the old California courses he grew up on the bunkers will be big and a keen eye for detail has ensured lines of sight, strategy and thinking golf will be at the forefront of every golfer playing.

There are very few big, new things left possible for Tiger to do, El Cardonal has certainly proved one of them. After a few TW Design courses fell through due to finance and untimely economics, this course in Mexico will undoubtedly be used as a showpiece and selling tool as his design company grows. Next up is Bluejack National and Trump’s Golf World development in Dubai.

Meanwhile for residents at Diamante Cabo San Lucas, their new course is one they will feel justifiably proud of sat next to their world renowned Dunes Course.

As with the Dunes course the wind will be a big factor. It also has similarities with the finishing stretch of six holes being the toughest on the course.

“I designed El Cardonal at Diamante to make you think,” Woods explained. “You must be willing to weigh risks and make smart choices. Proper strategy will provide the best opportunity to score. The biggest compliment I can receive after you play my course is that you want to play it again.”

We will Tiger, we will.

Now, Tiger will focus his attentions on another course in Dubai, but we are sure to see plenty more of him around Diamante, as he owns a house that also overlooks El Cardonal.

For your opportunity to play tiger Woods’ El Cardonal call 520-509-9040 or fill in the form on our home page.

We make 10 predictions for the golfing year:

1.) Henrik Stenson to finally break his major duck. Currently the world’s most consistent performer without a major in his trophy cabinet, Stenson will be eying up either the US Open or the PGA as his best chances for his maiden major championship and be Sweden’s first male golfer to do so.

2.) Rory McIlroy to come close at Augusta but ultimately come up short. Predicting a Grand Slam for the young Ulsterman is all too easy. He is, by far, the best player in the world, but he is not without his faults. He had third-round meltdown syndrome last season and Nike-induced loss of form the season before. He’ll win plenty this year but he’ll not be without some issue or other, which is exactly why we love him!

3.) If not Rory at the Masters then who? We think Jordan Spieth will be spraying the eighteenth green with champagne and picking up a green jacket that he need refitting for before the decade is out. The 21 year old Texan still has some filling out to do as he has years on his competition. He is still four years younger than McIlroy and way ahead of the game, but recent back to back victories confirm he has found the winning formula.

4.) Dustin Johnson makes a successful return to golf by winning the US Open at Chambers Bay. Johnson is currently holding the longest winning streak in the PGA Tour with wins in each of his last eight seasons and with the U.S. open being played on a seaside course that might be reminiscent of British links and his favorite course at Pebble Beach, it could be a major breakthrough for the golfer with the most publicized off course media speculation in the world.

5.) Current FedEx Cup points leader Robert Streb to disappear without managing another top ten this season. As much as it has been a welcome sight for journeyman Streb to start winning and competing this season, as the courses get tougher, so will the competition. He certainly isn’t the longest hitter and he doesn’t hit enough fairways either. Perhaps the 90th ranked player in the world might be feeling out of his depth sometime soon.

6.) Patrick Reed to confirm his prediction and become a Top 5 golfer. Since the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles most people have been impressed with what they have seen from Reed. He’s made some bold statements in 2014, pissed a number of people off and yet his golf has come through pretty unscathed. The future looks bright for the new red and black Sunday hero.

7.) No list is complete unless we gaze into the Tiger Woods crystal ball. Will he win another major, will he get back to the top of the world, can he still compete with Stenson, McIlroy, Spieth, Reed or Scott, is he ever going to win again? The answers are perhaps, no, not every week and yes!

8.) Phil Mickelson might well have seen his best days behind him. Like Els, Singh and Westwood another winless year beckons for Lefty who will continue to miss fairways and two footers at crucial times. His current world ranking of 14 might yet be as lofty as gets for a while.

9.) Jason Dufner had a quiet year on tour last season, so much so that we saw more of his wife Amanda on Instagram than we did did of Jason on the golf course. Neck and back problems were the cause of his foreshortened season, but he should make a multiple-winning return to form this season and maybe another crack at the final major of the season again too.

10.) The European bubble will burst. The are now four Europeans in the top six of the world rankings, and after another defiant defense of the Ryder Cup, Americans need some new heroes. While McIlroy and (Aussie) Adam Scott will still be at the top of their game in 2015, look for players like Spieth, Reed, Rickie Fowler, Matt Kuchar, Billy Horschel and Bubba Watson to lead the American return to dominance. By the end of the year a more consistent Bubba might well be knocking on the door of the number one spot.

The first Tiger Woods-designed golf course is up and running and you can play it now. Woods’ project at Diamante in Cabo San Lucas is now complete and officially open.

“This is a culmination of a dream for me and my team. I’ve always wanted to be involved in golf course design, and now my first course is ready to open.”

Woods was there for the opening on December 16 getting ready to tackle his own hazards on the 7,363 yard layout which sits above the No 52 ranked Davis Love III designed Dunes course.

The course offers dramatic views of the Pacific Ocean with the Sierra de la Laguna mountains behind and the El Faro lighthouse there too all set with the mile and half of sandy white beach at Diamante.

With five sets of tees, there is something here for every golfer of every skill. Tiger was keen to ensure it was a test for everyone in the family, mom dad and kids!

In keeping with the philosophy of the old California courses he grew up on the bunkers will be big and a keen eye for detail has ensured lines of sight, strategy and thinking golf will be at the forefront of every golfer playing.

There are very few big, new things left possible for Tiger to do, El Cardonal has certainly proved one of them. After a few TW Design courses fell through due to finance and untimely economics, this course in Mexico will undoubtedly be used as a showpiece and selling tool as his design company grows. Next up is Bluejack National and Trump’s Golf World development in Dubai.

Meanwhile for residents at Diamante Cabo San Lucas, their new course is one they will feel justifiably proud of sat next to their world renowned Dunes Course.

As with the Dunes course the wind will be a big factor. It also has similarities with the finishing stretch of six holes being the toughest on the course.

“I designed El Cardonal at Diamante to make you think,” Woods explained. “You must be willing to weigh risks and make smart choices. Proper strategy will provide the best opportunity to score. The biggest compliment I can receive after you play my course is that you want to play it again.”

We will Tiger, we will.

Now, Tiger will focus his attentions on another course in Dubai, but we are sure to see plenty more of him around Diamante, as he owns a house that also overlooks El Cardonal.

For your opportunity to play tiger Woods’ El Cardonal call 520-509-9040 or fill in the form on our home page.

We make 10 predictions for the golfing year:

1.) Henrik Stenson to finally break his major duck. Currently the world’s most consistent performer without a major in his trophy cabinet, Stenson will be eying up either the US Open or the PGA as his best chances for his maiden major championship and be Sweden’s first male golfer to do so.

2.) Rory McIlroy to come close at Augusta but ultimately come up short. Predicting a Grand Slam for the young Ulsterman is all too easy. He is, by far, the best player in the world, but he is not without his faults. He had third-round meltdown syndrome last season and Nike-induced loss of form the season before. He’ll win plenty this year but he’ll not be without some issue or other, which is exactly why we love him!

3.) If not Rory at the Masters then who? We think Jordan Spieth will be spraying the eighteenth green with champagne and picking up a green jacket that he need refitting for before the decade is out. The 21 year old Texan still has some filling out to do as he has years on his competition. He is still four years younger than McIlroy and way ahead of the game, but recent back to back victories confirm he has found the winning formula.

4.) Dustin Johnson makes a successful return to golf by winning the US Open at Chambers Bay. Johnson is currently holding the longest winning streak in the PGA Tour with wins in each of his last eight seasons and with the U.S. open being played on a seaside course that might be reminiscent of British links and his favorite course at Pebble Beach, it could be a major breakthrough for the golfer with the most publicized off course media speculation in the world.

5.) Current FedEx Cup points leader Robert Streb to disappear without managing another top ten this season. As much as it has been a welcome sight for journeyman Streb to start winning and competing this season, as the courses get tougher, so will the competition. He certainly isn’t the longest hitter and he doesn’t hit enough fairways either. Perhaps the 90th ranked player in the world might be feeling out of his depth sometime soon.

6.) Patrick Reed to confirm his prediction and become a Top 5 golfer. Since the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles most people have been impressed with what they have seen from Reed. He’s made some bold statements in 2014, pissed a number of people off and yet his golf has come through pretty unscathed. The future looks bright for the new red and black Sunday hero.

7.) No list is complete unless we gaze into the Tiger Woods crystal ball. Will he win another major, will he get back to the top of the world, can he still compete with Stenson, McIlroy, Spieth, Reed or Scott, is he ever going to win again? The answers are perhaps, no, not every week and yes!

8.) Phil Mickelson might well have seen his best days behind him. Like Els, Singh and Westwood another winless year beckons for Lefty who will continue to miss fairways and two footers at crucial times. His current world ranking of 14 might yet be as lofty as gets for a while.

9.) Jason Dufner had a quiet year on tour last season, so much so that we saw more of his wife Amanda on Instagram than we did did of Jason on the golf course. Neck and back problems were the cause of his foreshortened season, but he should make a multiple-winning return to form this season and maybe another crack at the final major of the season again too.

10.) The European bubble will burst. The are now four Europeans in the top six of the world rankings, and after another defiant defense of the Ryder Cup, Americans need some new heroes. While McIlroy and (Aussie) Adam Scott will still be at the top of their game in 2015, look for players like Spieth, Reed, Rickie Fowler, Matt Kuchar, Billy Horschel and Bubba Watson to lead the American return to dominance. By the end of the year a more consistent Bubba might well be knocking on the door of the number one spot.

The first Tiger Woods-designed golf course is up and running and you can play it now. Woods’ project at Diamante in Cabo San Lucas is now complete and officially open.

“This is a culmination of a dream for me and my team. I’ve always wanted to be involved in golf course design, and now my first course is ready to open.”

Woods was there for the opening on December 16 getting ready to tackle his own hazards on the 7,363 yard layout which sits above the No 52 ranked Davis Love III designed Dunes course.

The course offers dramatic views of the Pacific Ocean with the Sierra de la Laguna mountains behind and the El Faro lighthouse there too all set with the mile and half of sandy white beach at Diamante.

With five sets of tees, there is something here for every golfer of every skill. Tiger was keen to ensure it was a test for everyone in the family, mom dad and kids!

In keeping with the philosophy of the old California courses he grew up on the bunkers will be big and a keen eye for detail has ensured lines of sight, strategy and thinking golf will be at the forefront of every golfer playing.

There are very few big, new things left possible for Tiger to do, El Cardonal has certainly proved one of them. After a few TW Design courses fell through due to finance and untimely economics, this course in Mexico will undoubtedly be used as a showpiece and selling tool as his design company grows. Next up is Bluejack National and Trump’s Golf World development in Dubai.

Meanwhile for residents at Diamante Cabo San Lucas, their new course is one they will feel justifiably proud of sat next to their world renowned Dunes Course.

As with the Dunes course the wind will be a big factor. It also has similarities with the finishing stretch of six holes being the toughest on the course.

“I designed El Cardonal at Diamante to make you think,” Woods explained. “You must be willing to weigh risks and make smart choices. Proper strategy will provide the best opportunity to score. The biggest compliment I can receive after you play my course is that you want to play it again.”

We will Tiger, we will.

Now, Tiger will focus his attentions on another course in Dubai, but we are sure to see plenty more of him around Diamante, as he owns a house that also overlooks El Cardonal.

For your opportunity to play tiger Woods’ El Cardonal call 520-509-9040 or fill in the form on our home page.

We make 10 predictions for the golfing year:

1.) Henrik Stenson to finally break his major duck. Currently the world’s most consistent performer without a major in his trophy cabinet, Stenson will be eying up either the US Open or the PGA as his best chances for his maiden major championship and be Sweden’s first male golfer to do so.

2.) Rory McIlroy to come close at Augusta but ultimately come up short. Predicting a Grand Slam for the young Ulsterman is all too easy. He is, by far, the best player in the world, but he is not without his faults. He had third-round meltdown syndrome last season and Nike-induced loss of form the season before. He’ll win plenty this year but he’ll not be without some issue or other, which is exactly why we love him!

3.) If not Rory at the Masters then who? We think Jordan Spieth will be spraying the eighteenth green with champagne and picking up a green jacket that he need refitting for before the decade is out. The 21 year old Texan still has some filling out to do as he has years on his competition. He is still four years younger than McIlroy and way ahead of the game, but recent back to back victories confirm he has found the winning formula.

4.) Dustin Johnson makes a successful return to golf by winning the US Open at Chambers Bay. Johnson is currently holding the longest winning streak in the PGA Tour with wins in each of his last eight seasons and with the U.S. open being played on a seaside course that might be reminiscent of British links and his favorite course at Pebble Beach, it could be a major breakthrough for the golfer with the most publicized off course media speculation in the world.

5.) Current FedEx Cup points leader Robert Streb to disappear without managing another top ten this season. As much as it has been a welcome sight for journeyman Streb to start winning and competing this season, as the courses get tougher, so will the competition. He certainly isn’t the longest hitter and he doesn’t hit enough fairways either. Perhaps the 90th ranked player in the world might be feeling out of his depth sometime soon.

6.) Patrick Reed to confirm his prediction and become a Top 5 golfer. Since the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles most people have been impressed with what they have seen from Reed. He’s made some bold statements in 2014, pissed a number of people off and yet his golf has come through pretty unscathed. The future looks bright for the new red and black Sunday hero.

7.) No list is complete unless we gaze into the Tiger Woods crystal ball. Will he win another major, will he get back to the top of the world, can he still compete with Stenson, McIlroy, Spieth, Reed or Scott, is he ever going to win again? The answers are perhaps, no, not every week and yes!

8.) Phil Mickelson might well have seen his best days behind him. Like Els, Singh and Westwood another winless year beckons for Lefty who will continue to miss fairways and two footers at crucial times. His current world ranking of 14 might yet be as lofty as gets for a while.

9.) Jason Dufner had a quiet year on tour last season, so much so that we saw more of his wife Amanda on Instagram than we did did of Jason on the golf course. Neck and back problems were the cause of his foreshortened season, but he should make a multiple-winning return to form this season and maybe another crack at the final major of the season again too.

10.) The European bubble will burst. The are now four Europeans in the top six of the world rankings, and after another defiant defense of the Ryder Cup, Americans need some new heroes. While McIlroy and (Aussie) Adam Scott will still be at the top of their game in 2015, look for players like Spieth, Reed, Rickie Fowler, Matt Kuchar, Billy Horschel and Bubba Watson to lead the American return to dominance. By the end of the year a more consistent Bubba might well be knocking on the door of the number one spot.

The first Tiger Woods-designed golf course is up and running and you can play it now. Woods’ project at Diamante in Cabo San Lucas is now complete and officially open.

“This is a culmination of a dream for me and my team. I’ve always wanted to be involved in golf course design, and now my first course is ready to open.”

Woods was there for the opening on December 16 getting ready to tackle his own hazards on the 7,363 yard layout which sits above the No 52 ranked Davis Love III designed Dunes course.

The course offers dramatic views of the Pacific Ocean with the Sierra de la Laguna mountains behind and the El Faro lighthouse there too all set with the mile and half of sandy white beach at Diamante.

With five sets of tees, there is something here for every golfer of every skill. Tiger was keen to ensure it was a test for everyone in the family, mom dad and kids!

In keeping with the philosophy of the old California courses he grew up on the bunkers will be big and a keen eye for detail has ensured lines of sight, strategy and thinking golf will be at the forefront of every golfer playing.

There are very few big, new things left possible for Tiger to do, El Cardonal has certainly proved one of them. After a few TW Design courses fell through due to finance and untimely economics, this course in Mexico will undoubtedly be used as a showpiece and selling tool as his design company grows. Next up is Bluejack National and Trump’s Golf World development in Dubai.

Meanwhile for residents at Diamante Cabo San Lucas, their new course is one they will feel justifiably proud of sat next to their world renowned Dunes Course.

As with the Dunes course the wind will be a big factor. It also has similarities with the finishing stretch of six holes being the toughest on the course.

“I designed El Cardonal at Diamante to make you think,” Woods explained. “You must be willing to weigh risks and make smart choices. Proper strategy will provide the best opportunity to score. The biggest compliment I can receive after you play my course is that you want to play it again.”

We will Tiger, we will.

Now, Tiger will focus his attentions on another course in Dubai, but we are sure to see plenty more of him around Diamante, as he owns a house that also overlooks El Cardonal.

For your opportunity to play tiger Woods’ El Cardonal call 520-509-9040 or fill in the form on our home page.

We make 10 predictions for the golfing year:

1.) Henrik Stenson to finally break his major duck. Currently the world’s most consistent performer without a major in his trophy cabinet, Stenson will be eying up either the US Open or the PGA as his best chances for his maiden major championship and be Sweden’s first male golfer to do so.

2.) Rory McIlroy to come close at Augusta but ultimately come up short. Predicting a Grand Slam for the young Ulsterman is all too easy. He is, by far, the best player in the world, but he is not without his faults. He had third-round meltdown syndrome last season and Nike-induced loss of form the season before. He’ll win plenty this year but he’ll not be without some issue or other, which is exactly why we love him!

3.) If not Rory at the Masters then who? We think Jordan Spieth will be spraying the eighteenth green with champagne and picking up a green jacket that he need refitting for before the decade is out. The 21 year old Texan still has some filling out to do as he has years on his competition. He is still four years younger than McIlroy and way ahead of the game, but recent back to back victories confirm he has found the winning formula.

4.) Dustin Johnson makes a successful return to golf by winning the US Open at Chambers Bay. Johnson is currently holding the longest winning streak in the PGA Tour with wins in each of his last eight seasons and with the U.S. open being played on a seaside course that might be reminiscent of British links and his favorite course at Pebble Beach, it could be a major breakthrough for the golfer with the most publicized off course media speculation in the world.

5.) Current FedEx Cup points leader Robert Streb to disappear without managing another top ten this season. As much as it has been a welcome sight for journeyman Streb to start winning and competing this season, as the courses get tougher, so will the competition. He certainly isn’t the longest hitter and he doesn’t hit enough fairways either. Perhaps the 90th ranked player in the world might be feeling out of his depth sometime soon.

6.) Patrick Reed to confirm his prediction and become a Top 5 golfer. Since the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles most people have been impressed with what they have seen from Reed. He’s made some bold statements in 2014, pissed a number of people off and yet his golf has come through pretty unscathed. The future looks bright for the new red and black Sunday hero.

7.) No list is complete unless we gaze into the Tiger Woods crystal ball. Will he win another major, will he get back to the top of the world, can he still compete with Stenson, McIlroy, Spieth, Reed or Scott, is he ever going to win again? The answers are perhaps, no, not every week and yes!

8.) Phil Mickelson might well have seen his best days behind him. Like Els, Singh and Westwood another winless year beckons for Lefty who will continue to miss fairways and two footers at crucial times. His current world ranking of 14 might yet be as lofty as gets for a while.

9.) Jason Dufner had a quiet year on tour last season, so much so that we saw more of his wife Amanda on Instagram than we did did of Jason on the golf course. Neck and back problems were the cause of his foreshortened season, but he should make a multiple-winning return to form this season and maybe another crack at the final major of the season again too.

10.) The European bubble will burst. The are now four Europeans in the top six of the world rankings, and after another defiant defense of the Ryder Cup, Americans need some new heroes. While McIlroy and (Aussie) Adam Scott will still be at the top of their game in 2015, look for players like Spieth, Reed, Rickie Fowler, Matt Kuchar, Billy Horschel and Bubba Watson to lead the American return to dominance. By the end of the year a more consistent Bubba might well be knocking on the door of the number one spot.

The first Tiger Woods-designed golf course is up and running and you can play it now. Woods’ project at Diamante in Cabo San Lucas is now complete and officially open.

“This is a culmination of a dream for me and my team. I’ve always wanted to be involved in golf course design, and now my first course is ready to open.”

Woods was there for the opening on December 16 getting ready to tackle his own hazards on the 7,363 yard layout which sits above the No 52 ranked Davis Love III designed Dunes course.

The course offers dramatic views of the Pacific Ocean with the Sierra de la Laguna mountains behind and the El Faro lighthouse there too all set with the mile and half of sandy white beach at Diamante.

With five sets of tees, there is something here for every golfer of every skill. Tiger was keen to ensure it was a test for everyone in the family, mom dad and kids!

In keeping with the philosophy of the old California courses he grew up on the bunkers will be big and a keen eye for detail has ensured lines of sight, strategy and thinking golf will be at the forefront of every golfer playing.

There are very few big, new things left possible for Tiger to do, El Cardonal has certainly proved one of them. After a few TW Design courses fell through due to finance and untimely economics, this course in Mexico will undoubtedly be used as a showpiece and selling tool as his design company grows. Next up is Bluejack National and Trump’s Golf World development in Dubai.

Meanwhile for residents at Diamante Cabo San Lucas, their new course is one they will feel justifiably proud of sat next to their world renowned Dunes Course.

As with the Dunes course the wind will be a big factor. It also has similarities with the finishing stretch of six holes being the toughest on the course.

“I designed El Cardonal at Diamante to make you think,” Woods explained. “You must be willing to weigh risks and make smart choices. Proper strategy will provide the best opportunity to score. The biggest compliment I can receive after you play my course is that you want to play it again.”

We will Tiger, we will.

Now, Tiger will focus his attentions on another course in Dubai, but we are sure to see plenty more of him around Diamante, as he owns a house that also overlooks El Cardonal.

For your opportunity to play tiger Woods’ El Cardonal call 520-509-9040 or fill in the form on our home page.

We make 10 predictions for the golfing year:

1.) Henrik Stenson to finally break his major duck. Currently the world’s most consistent performer without a major in his trophy cabinet, Stenson will be eying up either the US Open or the PGA as his best chances for his maiden major championship and be Sweden’s first male golfer to do so.

2.) Rory McIlroy to come close at Augusta but ultimately come up short. Predicting a Grand Slam for the young Ulsterman is all too easy. He is, by far, the best player in the world, but he is not without his faults. He had third-round meltdown syndrome last season and Nike-induced loss of form the season before. He’ll win plenty this year but he’ll not be without some issue or other, which is exactly why we love him!

3.) If not Rory at the Masters then who? We think Jordan Spieth will be spraying the eighteenth green with champagne and picking up a green jacket that he need refitting for before the decade is out. The 21 year old Texan still has some filling out to do as he has years on his competition. He is still four years younger than McIlroy and way ahead of the game, but recent back to back victories confirm he has found the winning formula.

4.) Dustin Johnson makes a successful return to golf by winning the US Open at Chambers Bay. Johnson is currently holding the longest winning streak in the PGA Tour with wins in each of his last eight seasons and with the U.S. open being played on a seaside course that might be reminiscent of British links and his favorite course at Pebble Beach, it could be a major breakthrough for the golfer with the most publicized off course media speculation in the world.

5.) Current FedEx Cup points leader Robert Streb to disappear without managing another top ten this season. As much as it has been a welcome sight for journeyman Streb to start winning and competing this season, as the courses get tougher, so will the competition. He certainly isn’t the longest hitter and he doesn’t hit enough fairways either. Perhaps the 90th ranked player in the world might be feeling out of his depth sometime soon.

6.) Patrick Reed to confirm his prediction and become a Top 5 golfer. Since the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles most people have been impressed with what they have seen from Reed. He’s made some bold statements in 2014, pissed a number of people off and yet his golf has come through pretty unscathed. The future looks bright for the new red and black Sunday hero.

7.) No list is complete unless we gaze into the Tiger Woods crystal ball. Will he win another major, will he get back to the top of the world, can he still compete with Stenson, McIlroy, Spieth, Reed or Scott, is he ever going to win again? The answers are perhaps, no, not every week and yes!

8.) Phil Mickelson might well have seen his best days behind him. Like Els, Singh and Westwood another winless year beckons for Lefty who will continue to miss fairways and two footers at crucial times. His current world ranking of 14 might yet be as lofty as gets for a while.

9.) Jason Dufner had a quiet year on tour last season, so much so that we saw more of his wife Amanda on Instagram than we did did of Jason on the golf course. Neck and back problems were the cause of his foreshortened season, but he should make a multiple-winning return to form this season and maybe another crack at the final major of the season again too.

10.) The European bubble will burst. The are now four Europeans in the top six of the world rankings, and after another defiant defense of the Ryder Cup, Americans need some new heroes. While McIlroy and (Aussie) Adam Scott will still be at the top of their game in 2015, look for players like Spieth, Reed, Rickie Fowler, Matt Kuchar, Billy Horschel and Bubba Watson to lead the American return to dominance. By the end of the year a more consistent Bubba might well be knocking on the door of the number one spot.

The first Tiger Woods-designed golf course is up and running and you can play it now. Woods’ project at Diamante in Cabo San Lucas is now complete and officially open.

“This is a culmination of a dream for me and my team. I’ve always wanted to be involved in golf course design, and now my first course is ready to open.”

Woods was there for the opening on December 16 getting ready to tackle his own hazards on the 7,363 yard layout which sits above the No 52 ranked Davis Love III designed Dunes course.

The course offers dramatic views of the Pacific Ocean with the Sierra de la Laguna mountains behind and the El Faro lighthouse there too all set with the mile and half of sandy white beach at Diamante.

With five sets of tees, there is something here for every golfer of every skill. Tiger was keen to ensure it was a test for everyone in the family, mom dad and kids!

In keeping with the philosophy of the old California courses he grew up on the bunkers will be big and a keen eye for detail has ensured lines of sight, strategy and thinking golf will be at the forefront of every golfer playing.

There are very few big, new things left possible for Tiger to do, El Cardonal has certainly proved one of them. After a few TW Design courses fell through due to finance and untimely economics, this course in Mexico will undoubtedly be used as a showpiece and selling tool as his design company grows. Next up is Bluejack National and Trump’s Golf World development in Dubai.

Meanwhile for residents at Diamante Cabo San Lucas, their new course is one they will feel justifiably proud of sat next to their world renowned Dunes Course.

As with the Dunes course the wind will be a big factor. It also has similarities with the finishing stretch of six holes being the toughest on the course.

“I designed El Cardonal at Diamante to make you think,” Woods explained. “You must be willing to weigh risks and make smart choices. Proper strategy will provide the best opportunity to score. The biggest compliment I can receive after you play my course is that you want to play it again.”

We will Tiger, we will.

Now, Tiger will focus his attentions on another course in Dubai, but we are sure to see plenty more of him around Diamante, as he owns a house that also overlooks El Cardonal.

For your opportunity to play tiger Woods’ El Cardonal call 520-509-9040 or fill in the form on our home page.

We make 10 predictions for the golfing year:

1.) Henrik Stenson to finally break his major duck. Currently the world’s most consistent performer without a major in his trophy cabinet, Stenson will be eying up either the US Open or the PGA as his best chances for his maiden major championship and be Sweden’s first male golfer to do so.

2.) Rory McIlroy to come close at Augusta but ultimately come up short. Predicting a Grand Slam for the young Ulsterman is all too easy. He is, by far, the best player in the world, but he is not without his faults. He had third-round meltdown syndrome last season and Nike-induced loss of form the season before. He’ll win plenty this year but he’ll not be without some issue or other, which is exactly why we love him!

3.) If not Rory at the Masters then who? We think Jordan Spieth will be spraying the eighteenth green with champagne and picking up a green jacket that he need refitting for before the decade is out. The 21 year old Texan still has some filling out to do as he has years on his competition. He is still four years younger than McIlroy and way ahead of the game, but recent back to back victories confirm he has found the winning formula.

4.) Dustin Johnson makes a successful return to golf by winning the US Open at Chambers Bay. Johnson is currently holding the longest winning streak in the PGA Tour with wins in each of his last eight seasons and with the U.S. open being played on a seaside course that might be reminiscent of British links and his favorite course at Pebble Beach, it could be a major breakthrough for the golfer with the most publicized off course media speculation in the world.

5.) Current FedEx Cup points leader Robert Streb to disappear without managing another top ten this season. As much as it has been a welcome sight for journeyman Streb to start winning and competing this season, as the courses get tougher, so will the competition. He certainly isn’t the longest hitter and he doesn’t hit enough fairways either. Perhaps the 90th ranked player in the world might be feeling out of his depth sometime soon.

6.) Patrick Reed to confirm his prediction and become a Top 5 golfer. Since the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles most people have been impressed with what they have seen from Reed. He’s made some bold statements in 2014, pissed a number of people off and yet his golf has come through pretty unscathed. The future looks bright for the new red and black Sunday hero.

7.) No list is complete unless we gaze into the Tiger Woods crystal ball. Will he win another major, will he get back to the top of the world, can he still compete with Stenson, McIlroy, Spieth, Reed or Scott, is he ever going to win again? The answers are perhaps, no, not every week and yes!

8.) Phil Mickelson might well have seen his best days behind him. Like Els, Singh and Westwood another winless year beckons for Lefty who will continue to miss fairways and two footers at crucial times. His current world ranking of 14 might yet be as lofty as gets for a while.

9.) Jason Dufner had a quiet year on tour last season, so much so that we saw more of his wife Amanda on Instagram than we did did of Jason on the golf course. Neck and back problems were the cause of his foreshortened season, but he should make a multiple-winning return to form this season and maybe another crack at the final major of the season again too.

10.) The European bubble will burst. The are now four Europeans in the top six of the world rankings, and after another defiant defense of the Ryder Cup, Americans need some new heroes. While McIlroy and (Aussie) Adam Scott will still be at the top of their game in 2015, look for players like Spieth, Reed, Rickie Fowler, Matt Kuchar, Billy Horschel and Bubba Watson to lead the American return to dominance. By the end of the year a more consistent Bubba might well be knocking on the door of the number one spot.

The first Tiger Woods-designed golf course is up and running and you can play it now. Woods’ project at Diamante in Cabo San Lucas is now complete and officially open.

“This is a culmination of a dream for me and my team. I’ve always wanted to be involved in golf course design, and now my first course is ready to open.”

Woods was there for the opening on December 16 getting ready to tackle his own hazards on the 7,363 yard layout which sits above the No 52 ranked Davis Love III designed Dunes course.

The course offers dramatic views of the Pacific Ocean with the Sierra de la Laguna mountains behind and the El Faro lighthouse there too all set with the mile and half of sandy white beach at Diamante.

With five sets of tees, there is something here for every golfer of every skill. Tiger was keen to ensure it was a test for everyone in the family, mom dad and kids!

In keeping with the philosophy of the old California courses he grew up on the bunkers will be big and a keen eye for detail has ensured lines of sight, strategy and thinking golf will be at the forefront of every golfer playing.

There are very few big, new things left possible for Tiger to do, El Cardonal has certainly proved one of them. After a few TW Design courses fell through due to finance and untimely economics, this course in Mexico will undoubtedly be used as a showpiece and selling tool as his design company grows. Next up is Bluejack National and Trump’s Golf World development in Dubai.

Meanwhile for residents at Diamante Cabo San Lucas, their new course is one they will feel justifiably proud of sat next to their world renowned Dunes Course.

As with the Dunes course the wind will be a big factor. It also has similarities with the finishing stretch of six holes being the toughest on the course.

“I designed El Cardonal at Diamante to make you think,” Woods explained. “You must be willing to weigh risks and make smart choices. Proper strategy will provide the best opportunity to score. The biggest compliment I can receive after you play my course is that you want to play it again.”

We will Tiger, we will.

Now, Tiger will focus his attentions on another course in Dubai, but we are sure to see plenty more of him around Diamante, as he owns a house that also overlooks El Cardonal.

For your opportunity to play tiger Woods’ El Cardonal call 520-509-9040 or fill in the form on our home page.

We make 10 predictions for the golfing year:

1.) Henrik Stenson to finally break his major duck. Currently the world’s most consistent performer without a major in his trophy cabinet, Stenson will be eying up either the US Open or the PGA as his best chances for his maiden major championship and be Sweden’s first male golfer to do so.

2.) Rory McIlroy to come close at Augusta but ultimately come up short. Predicting a Grand Slam for the young Ulsterman is all too easy. He is, by far, the best player in the world, but he is not without his faults. He had third-round meltdown syndrome last season and Nike-induced loss of form the season before. He’ll win plenty this year but he’ll not be without some issue or other, which is exactly why we love him!

3.) If not Rory at the Masters then who? We think Jordan Spieth will be spraying the eighteenth green with champagne and picking up a green jacket that he need refitting for before the decade is out. The 21 year old Texan still has some filling out to do as he has years on his competition. He is still four years younger than McIlroy and way ahead of the game, but recent back to back victories confirm he has found the winning formula.

4.) Dustin Johnson makes a successful return to golf by winning the US Open at Chambers Bay. Johnson is currently holding the longest winning streak in the PGA Tour with wins in each of his last eight seasons and with the U.S. open being played on a seaside course that might be reminiscent of British links and his favorite course at Pebble Beach, it could be a major breakthrough for the golfer with the most publicized off course media speculation in the world.

5.) Current FedEx Cup points leader Robert Streb to disappear without managing another top ten this season. As much as it has been a welcome sight for journeyman Streb to start winning and competing this season, as the courses get tougher, so will the competition. He certainly isn’t the longest hitter and he doesn’t hit enough fairways either. Perhaps the 90th ranked player in the world might be feeling out of his depth sometime soon.

6.) Patrick Reed to confirm his prediction and become a Top 5 golfer. Since the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles most people have been impressed with what they have seen from Reed. He’s made some bold statements in 2014, pissed a number of people off and yet his golf has come through pretty unscathed. The future looks bright for the new red and black Sunday hero.

7.) No list is complete unless we gaze into the Tiger Woods crystal ball. Will he win another major, will he get back to the top of the world, can he still compete with Stenson, McIlroy, Spieth, Reed or Scott, is he ever going to win again? The answers are perhaps, no, not every week and yes!

8.) Phil Mickelson might well have seen his best days behind him. Like Els, Singh and Westwood another winless year beckons for Lefty who will continue to miss fairways and two footers at crucial times. His current world ranking of 14 might yet be as lofty as gets for a while.

9.) Jason Dufner had a quiet year on tour last season, so much so that we saw more of his wife Amanda on Instagram than we did did of Jason on the golf course. Neck and back problems were the cause of his foreshortened season, but he should make a multiple-winning return to form this season and maybe another crack at the final major of the season again too.

10.) The European bubble will burst. The are now four Europeans in the top six of the world rankings, and after another defiant defense of the Ryder Cup, Americans need some new heroes. While McIlroy and (Aussie) Adam Scott will still be at the top of their game in 2015, look for players like Spieth, Reed, Rickie Fowler, Matt Kuchar, Billy Horschel and Bubba Watson to lead the American return to dominance. By the end of the year a more consistent Bubba might well be knocking on the door of the number one spot.

The first Tiger Woods-designed golf course is up and running and you can play it now. Woods’ project at Diamante in Cabo San Lucas is now complete and officially open.

“This is a culmination of a dream for me and my team. I’ve always wanted to be involved in golf course design, and now my first course is ready to open.”

Woods was there for the opening on December 16 getting ready to tackle his own hazards on the 7,363 yard layout which sits above the No 52 ranked Davis Love III designed Dunes course.

The course offers dramatic views of the Pacific Ocean with the Sierra de la Laguna mountains behind and the El Faro lighthouse there too all set with the mile and half of sandy white beach at Diamante.

With five sets of tees, there is something here for every golfer of every skill. Tiger was keen to ensure it was a test for everyone in the family, mom dad and kids!

In keeping with the philosophy of the old California courses he grew up on the bunkers will be big and a keen eye for detail has ensured lines of sight, strategy and thinking golf will be at the forefront of every golfer playing.

There are very few big, new things left possible for Tiger to do, El Cardonal has certainly proved one of them. After a few TW Design courses fell through due to finance and untimely economics, this course in Mexico will undoubtedly be used as a showpiece and selling tool as his design company grows. Next up is Bluejack National and Trump’s Golf World development in Dubai.

Meanwhile for residents at Diamante Cabo San Lucas, their new course is one they will feel justifiably proud of sat next to their world renowned Dunes Course.

As with the Dunes course the wind will be a big factor. It also has similarities with the finishing stretch of six holes being the toughest on the course.

“I designed El Cardonal at Diamante to make you think,” Woods explained. “You must be willing to weigh risks and make smart choices. Proper strategy will provide the best opportunity to score. The biggest compliment I can receive after you play my course is that you want to play it again.”

We will Tiger, we will.

Now, Tiger will focus his attentions on another course in Dubai, but we are sure to see plenty more of him around Diamante, as he owns a house that also overlooks El Cardonal.

For your opportunity to play tiger Woods’ El Cardonal call 520-509-9040 or fill in the form on our home page.

We make 10 predictions for the golfing year:

1.) Henrik Stenson to finally break his major duck. Currently the world’s most consistent performer without a major in his trophy cabinet, Stenson will be eying up either the US Open or the PGA as his best chances for his maiden major championship and be Sweden’s first male golfer to do so.

2.) Rory McIlroy to come close at Augusta but ultimately come up short. Predicting a Grand Slam for the young Ulsterman is all too easy. He is, by far, the best player in the world, but he is not without his faults. He had third-round meltdown syndrome last season and Nike-induced loss of form the season before. He’ll win plenty this year but he’ll not be without some issue or other, which is exactly why we love him!

3.) If not Rory at the Masters then who? We think Jordan Spieth will be spraying the eighteenth green with champagne and picking up a green jacket that he need refitting for before the decade is out. The 21 year old Texan still has some filling out to do as he has years on his competition. He is still four years younger than McIlroy and way ahead of the game, but recent back to back victories confirm he has found the winning formula.

4.) Dustin Johnson makes a successful return to golf by winning the US Open at Chambers Bay. Johnson is currently holding the longest winning streak in the PGA Tour with wins in each of his last eight seasons and with the U.S. open being played on a seaside course that might be reminiscent of British links and his favorite course at Pebble Beach, it could be a major breakthrough for the golfer with the most publicized off course media speculation in the world.

5.) Current FedEx Cup points leader Robert Streb to disappear without managing another top ten this season. As much as it has been a welcome sight for journeyman Streb to start winning and competing this season, as the courses get tougher, so will the competition. He certainly isn’t the longest hitter and he doesn’t hit enough fairways either. Perhaps the 90th ranked player in the world might be feeling out of his depth sometime soon.

6.) Patrick Reed to confirm his prediction and become a Top 5 golfer. Since the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles most people have been impressed with what they have seen from Reed. He’s made some bold statements in 2014, pissed a number of people off and yet his golf has come through pretty unscathed. The future looks bright for the new red and black Sunday hero.

7.) No list is complete unless we gaze into the Tiger Woods crystal ball. Will he win another major, will he get back to the top of the world, can he still compete with Stenson, McIlroy, Spieth, Reed or Scott, is he ever going to win again? The answers are perhaps, no, not every week and yes!

8.) Phil Mickelson might well have seen his best days behind him. Like Els, Singh and Westwood another winless year beckons for Lefty who will continue to miss fairways and two footers at crucial times. His current world ranking of 14 might yet be as lofty as gets for a while.

9.) Jason Dufner had a quiet year on tour last season, so much so that we saw more of his wife Amanda on Instagram than we did did of Jason on the golf course. Neck and back problems were the cause of his foreshortened season, but he should make a multiple-winning return to form this season and maybe another crack at the final major of the season again too.

10.) The European bubble will burst. The are now four Europeans in the top six of the world rankings, and after another defiant defense of the Ryder Cup, Americans need some new heroes. While McIlroy and (Aussie) Adam Scott will still be at the top of their game in 2015, look for players like Spieth, Reed, Rickie Fowler, Matt Kuchar, Billy Horschel and Bubba Watson to lead the American return to dominance. By the end of the year a more consistent Bubba might well be knocking on the door of the number one spot.

The first Tiger Woods-designed golf course is up and running and you can play it now. Woods’ project at Diamante in Cabo San Lucas is now complete and officially open.

“This is a culmination of a dream for me and my team. I’ve always wanted to be involved in golf course design, and now my first course is ready to open.”

Woods was there for the opening on December 16 getting ready to tackle his own hazards on the 7,363 yard layout which sits above the No 52 ranked Davis Love III designed Dunes course.

The course offers dramatic views of the Pacific Ocean with the Sierra de la Laguna mountains behind and the El Faro lighthouse there too all set with the mile and half of sandy white beach at Diamante.

With five sets of tees, there is something here for every golfer of every skill. Tiger was keen to ensure it was a test for everyone in the family, mom dad and kids!

In keeping with the philosophy of the old California courses he grew up on the bunkers will be big and a keen eye for detail has ensured lines of sight, strategy and thinking golf will be at the forefront of every golfer playing.

There are very few big, new things left possible for Tiger to do, El Cardonal has certainly proved one of them. After a few TW Design courses fell through due to finance and untimely economics, this course in Mexico will undoubtedly be used as a showpiece and selling tool as his design company grows. Next up is Bluejack National and Trump’s Golf World development in Dubai.

Meanwhile for residents at Diamante Cabo San Lucas, their new course is one they will feel justifiably proud of sat next to their world renowned Dunes Course.

As with the Dunes course the wind will be a big factor. It also has similarities with the finishing stretch of six holes being the toughest on the course.

“I designed El Cardonal at Diamante to make you think,” Woods explained. “You must be willing to weigh risks and make smart choices. Proper strategy will provide the best opportunity to score. The biggest compliment I can receive after you play my course is that you want to play it again.”

We will Tiger, we will.

Now, Tiger will focus his attentions on another course in Dubai, but we are sure to see plenty more of him around Diamante, as he owns a house that also overlooks El Cardonal.

For your opportunity to play tiger Woods’ El Cardonal call 520-509-9040 or fill in the form on our home page.

We make 10 predictions for the golfing year:

1.) Henrik Stenson to finally break his major duck. Currently the world’s most consistent performer without a major in his trophy cabinet, Stenson will be eying up either the US Open or the PGA as his best chances for his maiden major championship and be Sweden’s first male golfer to do so.

2.) Rory McIlroy to come close at Augusta but ultimately come up short. Predicting a Grand Slam for the young Ulsterman is all too easy. He is, by far, the best player in the world, but he is not without his faults. He had third-round meltdown syndrome last season and Nike-induced loss of form the season before. He’ll win plenty this year but he’ll not be without some issue or other, which is exactly why we love him!

3.) If not Rory at the Masters then who? We think Jordan Spieth will be spraying the eighteenth green with champagne and picking up a green jacket that he need refitting for before the decade is out. The 21 year old Texan still has some filling out to do as he has years on his competition. He is still four years younger than McIlroy and way ahead of the game, but recent back to back victories confirm he has found the winning formula.

4.) Dustin Johnson makes a successful return to golf by winning the US Open at Chambers Bay. Johnson is currently holding the longest winning streak in the PGA Tour with wins in each of his last eight seasons and with the U.S. open being played on a seaside course that might be reminiscent of British links and his favorite course at Pebble Beach, it could be a major breakthrough for the golfer with the most publicized off course media speculation in the world.

5.) Current FedEx Cup points leader Robert Streb to disappear without managing another top ten this season. As much as it has been a welcome sight for journeyman Streb to start winning and competing this season, as the courses get tougher, so will the competition. He certainly isn’t the longest hitter and he doesn’t hit enough fairways either. Perhaps the 90th ranked player in the world might be feeling out of his depth sometime soon.

6.) Patrick Reed to confirm his prediction and become a Top 5 golfer. Since the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles most people have been impressed with what they have seen from Reed. He’s made some bold statements in 2014, pissed a number of people off and yet his golf has come through pretty unscathed. The future looks bright for the new red and black Sunday hero.

7.) No list is complete unless we gaze into the Tiger Woods crystal ball. Will he win another major, will he get back to the top of the world, can he still compete with Stenson, McIlroy, Spieth, Reed or Scott, is he ever going to win again? The answers are perhaps, no, not every week and yes!

8.) Phil Mickelson might well have seen his best days behind him. Like Els, Singh and Westwood another winless year beckons for Lefty who will continue to miss fairways and two footers at crucial times. His current world ranking of 14 might yet be as lofty as gets for a while.

9.) Jason Dufner had a quiet year on tour last season, so much so that we saw more of his wife Amanda on Instagram than we did did of Jason on the golf course. Neck and back problems were the cause of his foreshortened season, but he should make a multiple-winning return to form this season and maybe another crack at the final major of the season again too.

10.) The European bubble will burst. The are now four Europeans in the top six of the world rankings, and after another defiant defense of the Ryder Cup, Americans need some new heroes. While McIlroy and (Aussie) Adam Scott will still be at the top of their game in 2015, look for players like Spieth, Reed, Rickie Fowler, Matt Kuchar, Billy Horschel and Bubba Watson to lead the American return to dominance. By the end of the year a more consistent Bubba might well be knocking on the door of the number one spot.

The first Tiger Woods-designed golf course is up and running and you can play it now. Woods’ project at Diamante in Cabo San Lucas is now complete and officially open.

“This is a culmination of a dream for me and my team. I’ve always wanted to be involved in golf course design, and now my first course is ready to open.”

Woods was there for the opening on December 16 getting ready to tackle his own hazards on the 7,363 yard layout which sits above the No 52 ranked Davis Love III designed Dunes course.

The course offers dramatic views of the Pacific Ocean with the Sierra de la Laguna mountains behind and the El Faro lighthouse there too all set with the mile and half of sandy white beach at Diamante.

With five sets of tees, there is something here for every golfer of every skill. Tiger was keen to ensure it was a test for everyone in the family, mom dad and kids!

In keeping with the philosophy of the old California courses he grew up on the bunkers will be big and a keen eye for detail has ensured lines of sight, strategy and thinking golf will be at the forefront of every golfer playing.

There are very few big, new things left possible for Tiger to do, El Cardonal has certainly proved one of them. After a few TW Design courses fell through due to finance and untimely economics, this course in Mexico will undoubtedly be used as a showpiece and selling tool as his design company grows. Next up is Bluejack National and Trump’s Golf World development in Dubai.

Meanwhile for residents at Diamante Cabo San Lucas, their new course is one they will feel justifiably proud of sat next to their world renowned Dunes Course.

As with the Dunes course the wind will be a big factor. It also has similarities with the finishing stretch of six holes being the toughest on the course.

“I designed El Cardonal at Diamante to make you think,” Woods explained. “You must be willing to weigh risks and make smart choices. Proper strategy will provide the best opportunity to score. The biggest compliment I can receive after you play my course is that you want to play it again.”

We will Tiger, we will.

Now, Tiger will focus his attentions on another course in Dubai, but we are sure to see plenty more of him around Diamante, as he owns a house that also overlooks El Cardonal.

For your opportunity to play tiger Woods’ El Cardonal call 520-509-9040 or fill in the form on our home page.

We make 10 predictions for the golfing year:

1.) Henrik Stenson to finally break his major duck. Currently the world’s most consistent performer without a major in his trophy cabinet, Stenson will be eying up either the US Open or the PGA as his best chances for his maiden major championship and be Sweden’s first male golfer to do so.

2.) Rory McIlroy to come close at Augusta but ultimately come up short. Predicting a Grand Slam for the young Ulsterman is all too easy. He is, by far, the best player in the world, but he is not without his faults. He had third-round meltdown syndrome last season and Nike-induced loss of form the season before. He’ll win plenty this year but he’ll not be without some issue or other, which is exactly why we love him!

3.) If not Rory at the Masters then who? We think Jordan Spieth will be spraying the eighteenth green with champagne and picking up a green jacket that he need refitting for before the decade is out. The 21 year old Texan still has some filling out to do as he has years on his competition. He is still four years younger than McIlroy and way ahead of the game, but recent back to back victories confirm he has found the winning formula.

4.) Dustin Johnson makes a successful return to golf by winning the US Open at Chambers Bay. Johnson is currently holding the longest winning streak in the PGA Tour with wins in each of his last eight seasons and with the U.S. open being played on a seaside course that might be reminiscent of British links and his favorite course at Pebble Beach, it could be a major breakthrough for the golfer with the most publicized off course media speculation in the world.

5.) Current FedEx Cup points leader Robert Streb to disappear without managing another top ten this season. As much as it has been a welcome sight for journeyman Streb to start winning and competing this season, as the courses get tougher, so will the competition. He certainly isn’t the longest hitter and he doesn’t hit enough fairways either. Perhaps the 90th ranked player in the world might be feeling out of his depth sometime soon.

6.) Patrick Reed to confirm his prediction and become a Top 5 golfer. Since the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles most people have been impressed with what they have seen from Reed. He’s made some bold statements in 2014, pissed a number of people off and yet his golf has come through pretty unscathed. The future looks bright for the new red and black Sunday hero.

7.) No list is complete unless we gaze into the Tiger Woods crystal ball. Will he win another major, will he get back to the top of the world, can he still compete with Stenson, McIlroy, Spieth, Reed or Scott, is he ever going to win again? The answers are perhaps, no, not every week and yes!

8.) Phil Mickelson might well have seen his best days behind him. Like Els, Singh and Westwood another winless year beckons for Lefty who will continue to miss fairways and two footers at crucial times. His current world ranking of 14 might yet be as lofty as gets for a while.

9.) Jason Dufner had a quiet year on tour last season, so much so that we saw more of his wife Amanda on Instagram than we did did of Jason on the golf course. Neck and back problems were the cause of his foreshortened season, but he should make a multiple-winning return to form this season and maybe another crack at the final major of the season again too.

10.) The European bubble will burst. The are now four Europeans in the top six of the world rankings, and after another defiant defense of the Ryder Cup, Americans need some new heroes. While McIlroy and (Aussie) Adam Scott will still be at the top of their game in 2015, look for players like Spieth, Reed, Rickie Fowler, Matt Kuchar, Billy Horschel and Bubba Watson to lead the American return to dominance. By the end of the year a more consistent Bubba might well be knocking on the door of the number one spot.

The first Tiger Woods-designed golf course is up and running and you can play it now. Woods’ project at Diamante in Cabo San Lucas is now complete and officially open.

“This is a culmination of a dream for me and my team. I’ve always wanted to be involved in golf course design, and now my first course is ready to open.”

Woods was there for the opening on December 16 getting ready to tackle his own hazards on the 7,363 yard layout which sits above the No 52 ranked Davis Love III designed Dunes course.

The course offers dramatic views of the Pacific Ocean with the Sierra de la Laguna mountains behind and the El Faro lighthouse there too all set with the mile and half of sandy white beach at Diamante.

With five sets of tees, there is something here for every golfer of every skill. Tiger was keen to ensure it was a test for everyone in the family, mom dad and kids!

In keeping with the philosophy of the old California courses he grew up on the bunkers will be big and a keen eye for detail has ensured lines of sight, strategy and thinking golf will be at the forefront of every golfer playing.

There are very few big, new things left possible for Tiger to do, El Cardonal has certainly proved one of them. After a few TW Design courses fell through due to finance and untimely economics, this course in Mexico will undoubtedly be used as a showpiece and selling tool as his design company grows. Next up is Bluejack National and Trump’s Golf World development in Dubai.

Meanwhile for residents at Diamante Cabo San Lucas, their new course is one they will feel justifiably proud of sat next to their world renowned Dunes Course.

As with the Dunes course the wind will be a big factor. It also has similarities with the finishing stretch of six holes being the toughest on the course.

“I designed El Cardonal at Diamante to make you think,” Woods explained. “You must be willing to weigh risks and make smart choices. Proper strategy will provide the best opportunity to score. The biggest compliment I can receive after you play my course is that you want to play it again.”

We will Tiger, we will.

Now, Tiger will focus his attentions on another course in Dubai, but we are sure to see plenty more of him around Diamante, as he owns a house that also overlooks El Cardonal.

For your opportunity to play tiger Woods’ El Cardonal call 520-509-9040 or fill in the form on our home page.

We make 10 predictions for the golfing year:

1.) Henrik Stenson to finally break his major duck. Currently the world’s most consistent performer without a major in his trophy cabinet, Stenson will be eying up either the US Open or the PGA as his best chances for his maiden major championship and be Sweden’s first male golfer to do so.

2.) Rory McIlroy to come close at Augusta but ultimately come up short. Predicting a Grand Slam for the young Ulsterman is all too easy. He is, by far, the best player in the world, but he is not without his faults. He had third-round meltdown syndrome last season and Nike-induced loss of form the season before. He’ll win plenty this year but he’ll not be without some issue or other, which is exactly why we love him!

3.) If not Rory at the Masters then who? We think Jordan Spieth will be spraying the eighteenth green with champagne and picking up a green jacket that he need refitting for before the decade is out. The 21 year old Texan still has some filling out to do as he has years on his competition. He is still four years younger than McIlroy and way ahead of the game, but recent back to back victories confirm he has found the winning formula.

4.) Dustin Johnson makes a successful return to golf by winning the US Open at Chambers Bay. Johnson is currently holding the longest winning streak in the PGA Tour with wins in each of his last eight seasons and with the U.S. open being played on a seaside course that might be reminiscent of British links and his favorite course at Pebble Beach, it could be a major breakthrough for the golfer with the most publicized off course media speculation in the world.

5.) Current FedEx Cup points leader Robert Streb to disappear without managing another top ten this season. As much as it has been a welcome sight for journeyman Streb to start winning and competing this season, as the courses get tougher, so will the competition. He certainly isn’t the longest hitter and he doesn’t hit enough fairways either. Perhaps the 90th ranked player in the world might be feeling out of his depth sometime soon.

6.) Patrick Reed to confirm his prediction and become a Top 5 golfer. Since the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles most people have been impressed with what they have seen from Reed. He’s made some bold statements in 2014, pissed a number of people off and yet his golf has come through pretty unscathed. The future looks bright for the new red and black Sunday hero.

7.) No list is complete unless we gaze into the Tiger Woods crystal ball. Will he win another major, will he get back to the top of the world, can he still compete with Stenson, McIlroy, Spieth, Reed or Scott, is he ever going to win again? The answers are perhaps, no, not every week and yes!

8.) Phil Mickelson might well have seen his best days behind him. Like Els, Singh and Westwood another winless year beckons for Lefty who will continue to miss fairways and two footers at crucial times. His current world ranking of 14 might yet be as lofty as gets for a while.

9.) Jason Dufner had a quiet year on tour last season, so much so that we saw more of his wife Amanda on Instagram than we did did of Jason on the golf course. Neck and back problems were the cause of his foreshortened season, but he should make a multiple-winning return to form this season and maybe another crack at the final major of the season again too.

10.) The European bubble will burst. The are now four Europeans in the top six of the world rankings, and after another defiant defense of the Ryder Cup, Americans need some new heroes. While McIlroy and (Aussie) Adam Scott will still be at the top of their game in 2015, look for players like Spieth, Reed, Rickie Fowler, Matt Kuchar, Billy Horschel and Bubba Watson to lead the American return to dominance. By the end of the year a more consistent Bubba might well be knocking on the door of the number one spot.

The first Tiger Woods-designed golf course is up and running and you can play it now. Woods’ project at Diamante in Cabo San Lucas is now complete and officially open.

“This is a culmination of a dream for me and my team. I’ve always wanted to be involved in golf course design, and now my first course is ready to open.”

Woods was there for the opening on December 16 getting ready to tackle his own hazards on the 7,363 yard layout which sits above the No 52 ranked Davis Love III designed Dunes course.

The course offers dramatic views of the Pacific Ocean with the Sierra de la Laguna mountains behind and the El Faro lighthouse there too all set with the mile and half of sandy white beach at Diamante.

With five sets of tees, there is something here for every golfer of every skill. Tiger was keen to ensure it was a test for everyone in the family, mom dad and kids!

In keeping with the philosophy of the old California courses he grew up on the bunkers will be big and a keen eye for detail has ensured lines of sight, strategy and thinking golf will be at the forefront of every golfer playing.

There are very few big, new things left possible for Tiger to do, El Cardonal has certainly proved one of them. After a few TW Design courses fell through due to finance and untimely economics, this course in Mexico will undoubtedly be used as a showpiece and selling tool as his design company grows. Next up is Bluejack National and Trump’s Golf World development in Dubai.

Meanwhile for residents at Diamante Cabo San Lucas, their new course is one they will feel justifiably proud of sat next to their world renowned Dunes Course.

As with the Dunes course the wind will be a big factor. It also has similarities with the finishing stretch of six holes being the toughest on the course.

“I designed El Cardonal at Diamante to make you think,” Woods explained. “You must be willing to weigh risks and make smart choices. Proper strategy will provide the best opportunity to score. The biggest compliment I can receive after you play my course is that you want to play it again.”

We will Tiger, we will.

Now, Tiger will focus his attentions on another course in Dubai, but we are sure to see plenty more of him around Diamante, as he owns a house that also overlooks El Cardonal.

For your opportunity to play tiger Woods’ El Cardonal call 520-509-9040 or fill in the form on our home page.

We make 10 predictions for the golfing year:

1.) Henrik Stenson to finally break his major duck. Currently the world’s most consistent performer without a major in his trophy cabinet, Stenson will be eying up either the US Open or the PGA as his best chances for his maiden major championship and be Sweden’s first male golfer to do so.

2.) Rory McIlroy to come close at Augusta but ultimately come up short. Predicting a Grand Slam for the young Ulsterman is all too easy. He is, by far, the best player in the world, but he is not without his faults. He had third-round meltdown syndrome last season and Nike-induced loss of form the season before. He’ll win plenty this year but he’ll not be without some issue or other, which is exactly why we love him!

3.) If not Rory at the Masters then who? We think Jordan Spieth will be spraying the eighteenth green with champagne and picking up a green jacket that he need refitting for before the decade is out. The 21 year old Texan still has some filling out to do as he has years on his competition. He is still four years younger than McIlroy and way ahead of the game, but recent back to back victories confirm he has found the winning formula.

4.) Dustin Johnson makes a successful return to golf by winning the US Open at Chambers Bay. Johnson is currently holding the longest winning streak in the PGA Tour with wins in each of his last eight seasons and with the U.S. open being played on a seaside course that might be reminiscent of British links and his favorite course at Pebble Beach, it could be a major breakthrough for the golfer with the most publicized off course media speculation in the world.

5.) Current FedEx Cup points leader Robert Streb to disappear without managing another top ten this season. As much as it has been a welcome sight for journeyman Streb to start winning and competing this season, as the courses get tougher, so will the competition. He certainly isn’t the longest hitter and he doesn’t hit enough fairways either. Perhaps the 90th ranked player in the world might be feeling out of his depth sometime soon.

6.) Patrick Reed to confirm his prediction and become a Top 5 golfer. Since the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles most people have been impressed with what they have seen from Reed. He’s made some bold statements in 2014, pissed a number of people off and yet his golf has come through pretty unscathed. The future looks bright for the new red and black Sunday hero.

7.) No list is complete unless we gaze into the Tiger Woods crystal ball. Will he win another major, will he get back to the top of the world, can he still compete with Stenson, McIlroy, Spieth, Reed or Scott, is he ever going to win again? The answers are perhaps, no, not every week and yes!

8.) Phil Mickelson might well have seen his best days behind him. Like Els, Singh and Westwood another winless year beckons for Lefty who will continue to miss fairways and two footers at crucial times. His current world ranking of 14 might yet be as lofty as gets for a while.

9.) Jason Dufner had a quiet year on tour last season, so much so that we saw more of his wife Amanda on Instagram than we did did of Jason on the golf course. Neck and back problems were the cause of his foreshortened season, but he should make a multiple-winning return to form this season and maybe another crack at the final major of the season again too.

10.) The European bubble will burst. The are now four Europeans in the top six of the world rankings, and after another defiant defense of the Ryder Cup, Americans need some new heroes. While McIlroy and (Aussie) Adam Scott will still be at the top of their game in 2015, look for players like Spieth, Reed, Rickie Fowler, Matt Kuchar, Billy Horschel and Bubba Watson to lead the American return to dominance. By the end of the year a more consistent Bubba might well be knocking on the door of the number one spot.

The first Tiger Woods-designed golf course is up and running and you can play it now. Woods’ project at Diamante in Cabo San Lucas is now complete and officially open.

“This is a culmination of a dream for me and my team. I’ve always wanted to be involved in golf course design, and now my first course is ready to open.”

Woods was there for the opening on December 16 getting ready to tackle his own hazards on the 7,363 yard layout which sits above the No 52 ranked Davis Love III designed Dunes course.

The course offers dramatic views of the Pacific Ocean with the Sierra de la Laguna mountains behind and the El Faro lighthouse there too all set with the mile and half of sandy white beach at Diamante.

With five sets of tees, there is something here for every golfer of every skill. Tiger was keen to ensure it was a test for everyone in the family, mom dad and kids!

In keeping with the philosophy of the old California courses he grew up on the bunkers will be big and a keen eye for detail has ensured lines of sight, strategy and thinking golf will be at the forefront of every golfer playing.

There are very few big, new things left possible for Tiger to do, El Cardonal has certainly proved one of them. After a few TW Design courses fell through due to finance and untimely economics, this course in Mexico will undoubtedly be used as a showpiece and selling tool as his design company grows. Next up is Bluejack National and Trump’s Golf World development in Dubai.

Meanwhile for residents at Diamante Cabo San Lucas, their new course is one they will feel justifiably proud of sat next to their world renowned Dunes Course.

As with the Dunes course the wind will be a big factor. It also has similarities with the finishing stretch of six holes being the toughest on the course.

“I designed El Cardonal at Diamante to make you think,” Woods explained. “You must be willing to weigh risks and make smart choices. Proper strategy will provide the best opportunity to score. The biggest compliment I can receive after you play my course is that you want to play it again.”

We will Tiger, we will.

Now, Tiger will focus his attentions on another course in Dubai, but we are sure to see plenty more of him around Diamante, as he owns a house that also overlooks El Cardonal.

For your opportunity to play tiger Woods’ El Cardonal call 520-509-9040 or fill in the form on our home page.

We make 10 predictions for the golfing year:

1.) Henrik Stenson to finally break his major duck. Currently the world’s most consistent performer without a major in his trophy cabinet, Stenson will be eying up either the US Open or the PGA as his best chances for his maiden major championship and be Sweden’s first male golfer to do so.

2.) Rory McIlroy to come close at Augusta but ultimately come up short. Predicting a Grand Slam for the young Ulsterman is all too easy. He is, by far, the best player in the world, but he is not without his faults. He had third-round meltdown syndrome last season and Nike-induced loss of form the season before. He’ll win plenty this year but he’ll not be without some issue or other, which is exactly why we love him!

3.) If not Rory at the Masters then who? We think Jordan Spieth will be spraying the eighteenth green with champagne and picking up a green jacket that he need refitting for before the decade is out. The 21 year old Texan still has some filling out to do as he has years on his competition. He is still four years younger than McIlroy and way ahead of the game, but recent back to back victories confirm he has found the winning formula.

4.) Dustin Johnson makes a successful return to golf by winning the US Open at Chambers Bay. Johnson is currently holding the longest winning streak in the PGA Tour with wins in each of his last eight seasons and with the U.S. open being played on a seaside course that might be reminiscent of British links and his favorite course at Pebble Beach, it could be a major breakthrough for the golfer with the most publicized off course media speculation in the world.

5.) Current FedEx Cup points leader Robert Streb to disappear without managing another top ten this season. As much as it has been a welcome sight for journeyman Streb to start winning and competing this season, as the courses get tougher, so will the competition. He certainly isn’t the longest hitter and he doesn’t hit enough fairways either. Perhaps the 90th ranked player in the world might be feeling out of his depth sometime soon.

6.) Patrick Reed to confirm his prediction and become a Top 5 golfer. Since the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles most people have been impressed with what they have seen from Reed. He’s made some bold statements in 2014, pissed a number of people off and yet his golf has come through pretty unscathed. The future looks bright for the new red and black Sunday hero.

7.) No list is complete unless we gaze into the Tiger Woods crystal ball. Will he win another major, will he get back to the top of the world, can he still compete with Stenson, McIlroy, Spieth, Reed or Scott, is he ever going to win again? The answers are perhaps, no, not every week and yes!

8.) Phil Mickelson might well have seen his best days behind him. Like Els, Singh and Westwood another winless year beckons for Lefty who will continue to miss fairways and two footers at crucial times. His current world ranking of 14 might yet be as lofty as gets for a while.

9.) Jason Dufner had a quiet year on tour last season, so much so that we saw more of his wife Amanda on Instagram than we did did of Jason on the golf course. Neck and back problems were the cause of his foreshortened season, but he should make a multiple-winning return to form this season and maybe another crack at the final major of the season again too.

10.) The European bubble will burst. The are now four Europeans in the top six of the world rankings, and after another defiant defense of the Ryder Cup, Americans need some new heroes. While McIlroy and (Aussie) Adam Scott will still be at the top of their game in 2015, look for players like Spieth, Reed, Rickie Fowler, Matt Kuchar, Billy Horschel and Bubba Watson to lead the American return to dominance. By the end of the year a more consistent Bubba might well be knocking on the door of the number one spot.

The first Tiger Woods-designed golf course is up and running and you can play it now. Woods’ project at Diamante in Cabo San Lucas is now complete and officially open.

“This is a culmination of a dream for me and my team. I’ve always wanted to be involved in golf course design, and now my first course is ready to open.”

Woods was there for the opening on December 16 getting ready to tackle his own hazards on the 7,363 yard layout which sits above the No 52 ranked Davis Love III designed Dunes course.

The course offers dramatic views of the Pacific Ocean with the Sierra de la Laguna mountains behind and the El Faro lighthouse there too all set with the mile and half of sandy white beach at Diamante.

With five sets of tees, there is something here for every golfer of every skill. Tiger was keen to ensure it was a test for everyone in the family, mom dad and kids!

In keeping with the philosophy of the old California courses he grew up on the bunkers will be big and a keen eye for detail has ensured lines of sight, strategy and thinking golf will be at the forefront of every golfer playing.

There are very few big, new things left possible for Tiger to do, El Cardonal has certainly proved one of them. After a few TW Design courses fell through due to finance and untimely economics, this course in Mexico will undoubtedly be used as a showpiece and selling tool as his design company grows. Next up is Bluejack National and Trump’s Golf World development in Dubai.

Meanwhile for residents at Diamante Cabo San Lucas, their new course is one they will feel justifiably proud of sat next to their world renowned Dunes Course.

As with the Dunes course the wind will be a big factor. It also has similarities with the finishing stretch of six holes being the toughest on the course.

“I designed El Cardonal at Diamante to make you think,” Woods explained. “You must be willing to weigh risks and make smart choices. Proper strategy will provide the best opportunity to score. The biggest compliment I can receive after you play my course is that you want to play it again.”

We will Tiger, we will.

Now, Tiger will focus his attentions on another course in Dubai, but we are sure to see plenty more of him around Diamante, as he owns a house that also overlooks El Cardonal.

For your opportunity to play tiger Woods’ El Cardonal call 520-509-9040 or fill in the form on our home page.

We make 10 predictions for the golfing year:

1.) Henrik Stenson to finally break his major duck. Currently the world’s most consistent performer without a major in his trophy cabinet, Stenson will be eying up either the US Open or the PGA as his best chances for his maiden major championship and be Sweden’s first male golfer to do so.

2.) Rory McIlroy to come close at Augusta but ultimately come up short. Predicting a Grand Slam for the young Ulsterman is all too easy. He is, by far, the best player in the world, but he is not without his faults. He had third-round meltdown syndrome last season and Nike-induced loss of form the season before. He’ll win plenty this year but he’ll not be without some issue or other, which is exactly why we love him!

3.) If not Rory at the Masters then who? We think Jordan Spieth will be spraying the eighteenth green with champagne and picking up a green jacket that he need refitting for before the decade is out. The 21 year old Texan still has some filling out to do as he has years on his competition. He is still four years younger than McIlroy and way ahead of the game, but recent back to back victories confirm he has found the winning formula.

4.) Dustin Johnson makes a successful return to golf by winning the US Open at Chambers Bay. Johnson is currently holding the longest winning streak in the PGA Tour with wins in each of his last eight seasons and with the U.S. open being played on a seaside course that might be reminiscent of British links and his favorite course at Pebble Beach, it could be a major breakthrough for the golfer with the most publicized off course media speculation in the world.

5.) Current FedEx Cup points leader Robert Streb to disappear without managing another top ten this season. As much as it has been a welcome sight for journeyman Streb to start winning and competing this season, as the courses get tougher, so will the competition. He certainly isn’t the longest hitter and he doesn’t hit enough fairways either. Perhaps the 90th ranked player in the world might be feeling out of his depth sometime soon.

6.) Patrick Reed to confirm his prediction and become a Top 5 golfer. Since the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles most people have been impressed with what they have seen from Reed. He’s made some bold statements in 2014, pissed a number of people off and yet his golf has come through pretty unscathed. The future looks bright for the new red and black Sunday hero.

7.) No list is complete unless we gaze into the Tiger Woods crystal ball. Will he win another major, will he get back to the top of the world, can he still compete with Stenson, McIlroy, Spieth, Reed or Scott, is he ever going to win again? The answers are perhaps, no, not every week and yes!

8.) Phil Mickelson might well have seen his best days behind him. Like Els, Singh and Westwood another winless year beckons for Lefty who will continue to miss fairways and two footers at crucial times. His current world ranking of 14 might yet be as lofty as gets for a while.

9.) Jason Dufner had a quiet year on tour last season, so much so that we saw more of his wife Amanda on Instagram than we did did of Jason on the golf course. Neck and back problems were the cause of his foreshortened season, but he should make a multiple-winning return to form this season and maybe another crack at the final major of the season again too.

10.) The European bubble will burst. The are now four Europeans in the top six of the world rankings, and after another defiant defense of the Ryder Cup, Americans need some new heroes. While McIlroy and (Aussie) Adam Scott will still be at the top of their game in 2015, look for players like Spieth, Reed, Rickie Fowler, Matt Kuchar, Billy Horschel and Bubba Watson to lead the American return to dominance. By the end of the year a more consistent Bubba might well be knocking on the door of the number one spot.

The first Tiger Woods-designed golf course is up and running and you can play it now. Woods’ project at Diamante in Cabo San Lucas is now complete and officially open.

“This is a culmination of a dream for me and my team. I’ve always wanted to be involved in golf course design, and now my first course is ready to open.”

Woods was there for the opening on December 16 getting ready to tackle his own hazards on the 7,363 yard layout which sits above the No 52 ranked Davis Love III designed Dunes course.

The course offers dramatic views of the Pacific Ocean with the Sierra de la Laguna mountains behind and the El Faro lighthouse there too all set with the mile and half of sandy white beach at Diamante.

With five sets of tees, there is something here for every golfer of every skill. Tiger was keen to ensure it was a test for everyone in the family, mom dad and kids!

In keeping with the philosophy of the old California courses he grew up on the bunkers will be big and a keen eye for detail has ensured lines of sight, strategy and thinking golf will be at the forefront of every golfer playing.

There are very few big, new things left possible for Tiger to do, El Cardonal has certainly proved one of them. After a few TW Design courses fell through due to finance and untimely economics, this course in Mexico will undoubtedly be used as a showpiece and selling tool as his design company grows. Next up is Bluejack National and Trump’s Golf World development in Dubai.

Meanwhile for residents at Diamante Cabo San Lucas, their new course is one they will feel justifiably proud of sat next to their world renowned Dunes Course.

As with the Dunes course the wind will be a big factor. It also has similarities with the finishing stretch of six holes being the toughest on the course.

“I designed El Cardonal at Diamante to make you think,” Woods explained. “You must be willing to weigh risks and make smart choices. Proper strategy will provide the best opportunity to score. The biggest compliment I can receive after you play my course is that you want to play it again.”

We will Tiger, we will.

Now, Tiger will focus his attentions on another course in Dubai, but we are sure to see plenty more of him around Diamante, as he owns a house that also overlooks El Cardonal.

For your opportunity to play tiger Woods’ El Cardonal call 520-509-9040 or fill in the form on our home page.

We make 10 predictions for the golfing year:

1.) Henrik Stenson to finally break his major duck. Currently the world’s most consistent performer without a major in his trophy cabinet, Stenson will be eying up either the US Open or the PGA as his best chances for his maiden major championship and be Sweden’s first male golfer to do so.

2.) Rory McIlroy to come close at Augusta but ultimately come up short. Predicting a Grand Slam for the young Ulsterman is all too easy. He is, by far, the best player in the world, but he is not without his faults. He had third-round meltdown syndrome last season and Nike-induced loss of form the season before. He’ll win plenty this year but he’ll not be without some issue or other, which is exactly why we love him!

3.) If not Rory at the Masters then who? We think Jordan Spieth will be spraying the eighteenth green with champagne and picking up a green jacket that he need refitting for before the decade is out. The 21 year old Texan still has some filling out to do as he has years on his competition. He is still four years younger than McIlroy and way ahead of the game, but recent back to back victories confirm he has found the winning formula.

4.) Dustin Johnson makes a successful return to golf by winning the US Open at Chambers Bay. Johnson is currently holding the longest winning streak in the PGA Tour with wins in each of his last eight seasons and with the U.S. open being played on a seaside course that might be reminiscent of British links and his favorite course at Pebble Beach, it could be a major breakthrough for the golfer with the most publicized off course media speculation in the world.

5.) Current FedEx Cup points leader Robert Streb to disappear without managing another top ten this season. As much as it has been a welcome sight for journeyman Streb to start winning and competing this season, as the courses get tougher, so will the competition. He certainly isn’t the longest hitter and he doesn’t hit enough fairways either. Perhaps the 90th ranked player in the world might be feeling out of his depth sometime soon.

6.) Patrick Reed to confirm his prediction and become a Top 5 golfer. Since the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles most people have been impressed with what they have seen from Reed. He’s made some bold statements in 2014, pissed a number of people off and yet his golf has come through pretty unscathed. The future looks bright for the new red and black Sunday hero.

7.) No list is complete unless we gaze into the Tiger Woods crystal ball. Will he win another major, will he get back to the top of the world, can he still compete with Stenson, McIlroy, Spieth, Reed or Scott, is he ever going to win again? The answers are perhaps, no, not every week and yes!

8.) Phil Mickelson might well have seen his best days behind him. Like Els, Singh and Westwood another winless year beckons for Lefty who will continue to miss fairways and two footers at crucial times. His current world ranking of 14 might yet be as lofty as gets for a while.

9.) Jason Dufner had a quiet year on tour last season, so much so that we saw more of his wife Amanda on Instagram than we did did of Jason on the golf course. Neck and back problems were the cause of his foreshortened season, but he should make a multiple-winning return to form this season and maybe another crack at the final major of the season again too.

10.) The European bubble will burst. The are now four Europeans in the top six of the world rankings, and after another defiant defense of the Ryder Cup, Americans need some new heroes. While McIlroy and (Aussie) Adam Scott will still be at the top of their game in 2015, look for players like Spieth, Reed, Rickie Fowler, Matt Kuchar, Billy Horschel and Bubba Watson to lead the American return to dominance. By the end of the year a more consistent Bubba might well be knocking on the door of the number one spot.

The first Tiger Woods-designed golf course is up and running and you can play it now. Woods’ project at Diamante in Cabo San Lucas is now complete and officially open.

“This is a culmination of a dream for me and my team. I’ve always wanted to be involved in golf course design, and now my first course is ready to open.”

Woods was there for the opening on December 16 getting ready to tackle his own hazards on the 7,363 yard layout which sits above the No 52 ranked Davis Love III designed Dunes course.

The course offers dramatic views of the Pacific Ocean with the Sierra de la Laguna mountains behind and the El Faro lighthouse there too all set with the mile and half of sandy white beach at Diamante.

With five sets of tees, there is something here for every golfer of every skill. Tiger was keen to ensure it was a test for everyone in the family, mom dad and kids!

In keeping with the philosophy of the old California courses he grew up on the bunkers will be big and a keen eye for detail has ensured lines of sight, strategy and thinking golf will be at the forefront of every golfer playing.

There are very few big, new things left possible for Tiger to do, El Cardonal has certainly proved one of them. After a few TW Design courses fell through due to finance and untimely economics, this course in Mexico will undoubtedly be used as a showpiece and selling tool as his design company grows. Next up is Bluejack National and Trump’s Golf World development in Dubai.

Meanwhile for residents at Diamante Cabo San Lucas, their new course is one they will feel justifiably proud of sat next to their world renowned Dunes Course.

As with the Dunes course the wind will be a big factor. It also has similarities with the finishing stretch of six holes being the toughest on the course.

“I designed El Cardonal at Diamante to make you think,” Woods explained. “You must be willing to weigh risks and make smart choices. Proper strategy will provide the best opportunity to score. The biggest compliment I can receive after you play my course is that you want to play it again.”

We will Tiger, we will.

Now, Tiger will focus his attentions on another course in Dubai, but we are sure to see plenty more of him around Diamante, as he owns a house that also overlooks El Cardonal.

For your opportunity to play tiger Woods’ El Cardonal call 520-509-9040 or fill in the form on our home page.

We make 10 predictions for the golfing year:

1.) Henrik Stenson to finally break his major duck. Currently the world’s most consistent performer without a major in his trophy cabinet, Stenson will be eying up either the US Open or the PGA as his best chances for his maiden major championship and be Sweden’s first male golfer to do so.

2.) Rory McIlroy to come close at Augusta but ultimately come up short. Predicting a Grand Slam for the young Ulsterman is all too easy. He is, by far, the best player in the world, but he is not without his faults. He had third-round meltdown syndrome last season and Nike-induced loss of form the season before. He’ll win plenty this year but he’ll not be without some issue or other, which is exactly why we love him!

3.) If not Rory at the Masters then who? We think Jordan Spieth will be spraying the eighteenth green with champagne and picking up a green jacket that he need refitting for before the decade is out. The 21 year old Texan still has some filling out to do as he has years on his competition. He is still four years younger than McIlroy and way ahead of the game, but recent back to back victories confirm he has found the winning formula.

4.) Dustin Johnson makes a successful return to golf by winning the US Open at Chambers Bay. Johnson is currently holding the longest winning streak in the PGA Tour with wins in each of his last eight seasons and with the U.S. open being played on a seaside course that might be reminiscent of British links and his favorite course at Pebble Beach, it could be a major breakthrough for the golfer with the most publicized off course media speculation in the world.

5.) Current FedEx Cup points leader Robert Streb to disappear without managing another top ten this season. As much as it has been a welcome sight for journeyman Streb to start winning and competing this season, as the courses get tougher, so will the competition. He certainly isn’t the longest hitter and he doesn’t hit enough fairways either. Perhaps the 90th ranked player in the world might be feeling out of his depth sometime soon.

6.) Patrick Reed to confirm his prediction and become a Top 5 golfer. Since the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles most people have been impressed with what they have seen from Reed. He’s made some bold statements in 2014, pissed a number of people off and yet his golf has come through pretty unscathed. The future looks bright for the new red and black Sunday hero.

7.) No list is complete unless we gaze into the Tiger Woods crystal ball. Will he win another major, will he get back to the top of the world, can he still compete with Stenson, McIlroy, Spieth, Reed or Scott, is he ever going to win again? The answers are perhaps, no, not every week and yes!

8.) Phil Mickelson might well have seen his best days behind him. Like Els, Singh and Westwood another winless year beckons for Lefty who will continue to miss fairways and two footers at crucial times. His current world ranking of 14 might yet be as lofty as gets for a while.

9.) Jason Dufner had a quiet year on tour last season, so much so that we saw more of his wife Amanda on Instagram than we did did of Jason on the golf course. Neck and back problems were the cause of his foreshortened season, but he should make a multiple-winning return to form this season and maybe another crack at the final major of the season again too.

10.) The European bubble will burst. The are now four Europeans in the top six of the world rankings, and after another defiant defense of the Ryder Cup, Americans need some new heroes. While McIlroy and (Aussie) Adam Scott will still be at the top of their game in 2015, look for players like Spieth, Reed, Rickie Fowler, Matt Kuchar, Billy Horschel and Bubba Watson to lead the American return to dominance. By the end of the year a more consistent Bubba might well be knocking on the door of the number one spot.

The first Tiger Woods-designed golf course is up and running and you can play it now. Woods’ project at Diamante in Cabo San Lucas is now complete and officially open.

“This is a culmination of a dream for me and my team. I’ve always wanted to be involved in golf course design, and now my first course is ready to open.”

Woods was there for the opening on December 16 getting ready to tackle his own hazards on the 7,363 yard layout which sits above the No 52 ranked Davis Love III designed Dunes course.

The course offers dramatic views of the Pacific Ocean with the Sierra de la Laguna mountains behind and the El Faro lighthouse there too all set with the mile and half of sandy white beach at Diamante.

With five sets of tees, there is something here for every golfer of every skill. Tiger was keen to ensure it was a test for everyone in the family, mom dad and kids!

In keeping with the philosophy of the old California courses he grew up on the bunkers will be big and a keen eye for detail has ensured lines of sight, strategy and thinking golf will be at the forefront of every golfer playing.

There are very few big, new things left possible for Tiger to do, El Cardonal has certainly proved one of them. After a few TW Design courses fell through due to finance and untimely economics, this course in Mexico will undoubtedly be used as a showpiece and selling tool as his design company grows. Next up is Bluejack National and Trump’s Golf World development in Dubai.

Meanwhile for residents at Diamante Cabo San Lucas, their new course is one they will feel justifiably proud of sat next to their world renowned Dunes Course.

As with the Dunes course the wind will be a big factor. It also has similarities with the finishing stretch of six holes being the toughest on the course.

“I designed El Cardonal at Diamante to make you think,” Woods explained. “You must be willing to weigh risks and make smart choices. Proper strategy will provide the best opportunity to score. The biggest compliment I can receive after you play my course is that you want to play it again.”

We will Tiger, we will.

Now, Tiger will focus his attentions on another course in Dubai, but we are sure to see plenty more of him around Diamante, as he owns a house that also overlooks El Cardonal.

For your opportunity to play tiger Woods’ El Cardonal call 520-509-9040 or fill in the form on our home page.

We make 10 predictions for the golfing year:

1.) Henrik Stenson to finally break his major duck. Currently the world’s most consistent performer without a major in his trophy cabinet, Stenson will be eying up either the US Open or the PGA as his best chances for his maiden major championship and be Sweden’s first male golfer to do so.

2.) Rory McIlroy to come close at Augusta but ultimately come up short. Predicting a Grand Slam for the young Ulsterman is all too easy. He is, by far, the best player in the world, but he is not without his faults. He had third-round meltdown syndrome last season and Nike-induced loss of form the season before. He’ll win plenty this year but he’ll not be without some issue or other, which is exactly why we love him!

3.) If not Rory at the Masters then who? We think Jordan Spieth will be spraying the eighteenth green with champagne and picking up a green jacket that he need refitting for before the decade is out. The 21 year old Texan still has some filling out to do as he has years on his competition. He is still four years younger than McIlroy and way ahead of the game, but recent back to back victories confirm he has found the winning formula.

4.) Dustin Johnson makes a successful return to golf by winning the US Open at Chambers Bay. Johnson is currently holding the longest winning streak in the PGA Tour with wins in each of his last eight seasons and with the U.S. open being played on a seaside course that might be reminiscent of British links and his favorite course at Pebble Beach, it could be a major breakthrough for the golfer with the most publicized off course media speculation in the world.

5.) Current FedEx Cup points leader Robert Streb to disappear without managing another top ten this season. As much as it has been a welcome sight for journeyman Streb to start winning and competing this season, as the courses get tougher, so will the competition. He certainly isn’t the longest hitter and he doesn’t hit enough fairways either. Perhaps the 90th ranked player in the world might be feeling out of his depth sometime soon.

6.) Patrick Reed to confirm his prediction and become a Top 5 golfer. Since the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles most people have been impressed with what they have seen from Reed. He’s made some bold statements in 2014, pissed a number of people off and yet his golf has come through pretty unscathed. The future looks bright for the new red and black Sunday hero.

7.) No list is complete unless we gaze into the Tiger Woods crystal ball. Will he win another major, will he get back to the top of the world, can he still compete with Stenson, McIlroy, Spieth, Reed or Scott, is he ever going to win again? The answers are perhaps, no, not every week and yes!

8.) Phil Mickelson might well have seen his best days behind him. Like Els, Singh and Westwood another winless year beckons for Lefty who will continue to miss fairways and two footers at crucial times. His current world ranking of 14 might yet be as lofty as gets for a while.

9.) Jason Dufner had a quiet year on tour last season, so much so that we saw more of his wife Amanda on Instagram than we did did of Jason on the golf course. Neck and back problems were the cause of his foreshortened season, but he should make a multiple-winning return to form this season and maybe another crack at the final major of the season again too.

10.) The European bubble will burst. The are now four Europeans in the top six of the world rankings, and after another defiant defense of the Ryder Cup, Americans need some new heroes. While McIlroy and (Aussie) Adam Scott will still be at the top of their game in 2015, look for players like Spieth, Reed, Rickie Fowler, Matt Kuchar, Billy Horschel and Bubba Watson to lead the American return to dominance. By the end of the year a more consistent Bubba might well be knocking on the door of the number one spot.

The first Tiger Woods-designed golf course is up and running and you can play it now. Woods’ project at Diamante in Cabo San Lucas is now complete and officially open.

“This is a culmination of a dream for me and my team. I’ve always wanted to be involved in golf course design, and now my first course is ready to open.”

Woods was there for the opening on December 16 getting ready to tackle his own hazards on the 7,363 yard layout which sits above the No 52 ranked Davis Love III designed Dunes course.

The course offers dramatic views of the Pacific Ocean with the Sierra de la Laguna mountains behind and the El Faro lighthouse there too all set with the mile and half of sandy white beach at Diamante.

With five sets of tees, there is something here for every golfer of every skill. Tiger was keen to ensure it was a test for everyone in the family, mom dad and kids!

In keeping with the philosophy of the old California courses he grew up on the bunkers will be big and a keen eye for detail has ensured lines of sight, strategy and thinking golf will be at the forefront of every golfer playing.

There are very few big, new things left possible for Tiger to do, El Cardonal has certainly proved one of them. After a few TW Design courses fell through due to finance and untimely economics, this course in Mexico will undoubtedly be used as a showpiece and selling tool as his design company grows. Next up is Bluejack National and Trump’s Golf World development in Dubai.

Meanwhile for residents at Diamante Cabo San Lucas, their new course is one they will feel justifiably proud of sat next to their world renowned Dunes Course.

As with the Dunes course the wind will be a big factor. It also has similarities with the finishing stretch of six holes being the toughest on the course.

“I designed El Cardonal at Diamante to make you think,” Woods explained. “You must be willing to weigh risks and make smart choices. Proper strategy will provide the best opportunity to score. The biggest compliment I can receive after you play my course is that you want to play it again.”

We will Tiger, we will.

Now, Tiger will focus his attentions on another course in Dubai, but we are sure to see plenty more of him around Diamante, as he owns a house that also overlooks El Cardonal.

For your opportunity to play tiger Woods’ El Cardonal call 520-509-9040 or fill in the form on our home page.

We make 10 predictions for the golfing year:

1.) Henrik Stenson to finally break his major duck. Currently the world’s most consistent performer without a major in his trophy cabinet, Stenson will be eying up either the US Open or the PGA as his best chances for his maiden major championship and be Sweden’s first male golfer to do so.

2.) Rory McIlroy to come close at Augusta but ultimately come up short. Predicting a Grand Slam for the young Ulsterman is all too easy. He is, by far, the best player in the world, but he is not without his faults. He had third-round meltdown syndrome last season and Nike-induced loss of form the season before. He’ll win plenty this year but he’ll not be without some issue or other, which is exactly why we love him!

3.) If not Rory at the Masters then who? We think Jordan Spieth will be spraying the eighteenth green with champagne and picking up a green jacket that he need refitting for before the decade is out. The 21 year old Texan still has some filling out to do as he has years on his competition. He is still four years younger than McIlroy and way ahead of the game, but recent back to back victories confirm he has found the winning formula.

4.) Dustin Johnson makes a successful return to golf by winning the US Open at Chambers Bay. Johnson is currently holding the longest winning streak in the PGA Tour with wins in each of his last eight seasons and with the U.S. open being played on a seaside course that might be reminiscent of British links and his favorite course at Pebble Beach, it could be a major breakthrough for the golfer with the most publicized off course media speculation in the world.

5.) Current FedEx Cup points leader Robert Streb to disappear without managing another top ten this season. As much as it has been a welcome sight for journeyman Streb to start winning and competing this season, as the courses get tougher, so will the competition. He certainly isn’t the longest hitter and he doesn’t hit enough fairways either. Perhaps the 90th ranked player in the world might be feeling out of his depth sometime soon.

6.) Patrick Reed to confirm his prediction and become a Top 5 golfer. Since the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles most people have been impressed with what they have seen from Reed. He’s made some bold statements in 2014, pissed a number of people off and yet his golf has come through pretty unscathed. The future looks bright for the new red and black Sunday hero.

7.) No list is complete unless we gaze into the Tiger Woods crystal ball. Will he win another major, will he get back to the top of the world, can he still compete with Stenson, McIlroy, Spieth, Reed or Scott, is he ever going to win again? The answers are perhaps, no, not every week and yes!

8.) Phil Mickelson might well have seen his best days behind him. Like Els, Singh and Westwood another winless year beckons for Lefty who will continue to miss fairways and two footers at crucial times. His current world ranking of 14 might yet be as lofty as gets for a while.

9.) Jason Dufner had a quiet year on tour last season, so much so that we saw more of his wife Amanda on Instagram than we did did of Jason on the golf course. Neck and back problems were the cause of his foreshortened season, but he should make a multiple-winning return to form this season and maybe another crack at the final major of the season again too.

10.) The European bubble will burst. The are now four Europeans in the top six of the world rankings, and after another defiant defense of the Ryder Cup, Americans need some new heroes. While McIlroy and (Aussie) Adam Scott will still be at the top of their game in 2015, look for players like Spieth, Reed, Rickie Fowler, Matt Kuchar, Billy Horschel and Bubba Watson to lead the American return to dominance. By the end of the year a more consistent Bubba might well be knocking on the door of the number one spot.

The first Tiger Woods-designed golf course is up and running and you can play it now. Woods’ project at Diamante in Cabo San Lucas is now complete and officially open.

“This is a culmination of a dream for me and my team. I’ve always wanted to be involved in golf course design, and now my first course is ready to open.”

Woods was there for the opening on December 16 getting ready to tackle his own hazards on the 7,363 yard layout which sits above the No 52 ranked Davis Love III designed Dunes course.

The course offers dramatic views of the Pacific Ocean with the Sierra de la Laguna mountains behind and the El Faro lighthouse there too all set with the mile and half of sandy white beach at Diamante.

With five sets of tees, there is something here for every golfer of every skill. Tiger was keen to ensure it was a test for everyone in the family, mom dad and kids!

In keeping with the philosophy of the old California courses he grew up on the bunkers will be big and a keen eye for detail has ensured lines of sight, strategy and thinking golf will be at the forefront of every golfer playing.

There are very few big, new things left possible for Tiger to do, El Cardonal has certainly proved one of them. After a few TW Design courses fell through due to finance and untimely economics, this course in Mexico will undoubtedly be used as a showpiece and selling tool as his design company grows. Next up is Bluejack National and Trump’s Golf World development in Dubai.

Meanwhile for residents at Diamante Cabo San Lucas, their new course is one they will feel justifiably proud of sat next to their world renowned Dunes Course.

As with the Dunes course the wind will be a big factor. It also has similarities with the finishing stretch of six holes being the toughest on the course.

“I designed El Cardonal at Diamante to make you think,” Woods explained. “You must be willing to weigh risks and make smart choices. Proper strategy will provide the best opportunity to score. The biggest compliment I can receive after you play my course is that you want to play it again.”

We will Tiger, we will.

Now, Tiger will focus his attentions on another course in Dubai, but we are sure to see plenty more of him around Diamante, as he owns a house that also overlooks El Cardonal.

For your opportunity to play tiger Woods’ El Cardonal call 520-509-9040 or fill in the form on our home page.

We make 10 predictions for the golfing year:

1.) Henrik Stenson to finally break his major duck. Currently the world’s most consistent performer without a major in his trophy cabinet, Stenson will be eying up either the US Open or the PGA as his best chances for his maiden major championship and be Sweden’s first male golfer to do so.

2.) Rory McIlroy to come close at Augusta but ultimately come up short. Predicting a Grand Slam for the young Ulsterman is all too easy. He is, by far, the best player in the world, but he is not without his faults. He had third-round meltdown syndrome last season and Nike-induced loss of form the season before. He’ll win plenty this year but he’ll not be without some issue or other, which is exactly why we love him!

3.) If not Rory at the Masters then who? We think Jordan Spieth will be spraying the eighteenth green with champagne and picking up a green jacket that he need refitting for before the decade is out. The 21 year old Texan still has some filling out to do as he has years on his competition. He is still four years younger than McIlroy and way ahead of the game, but recent back to back victories confirm he has found the winning formula.

4.) Dustin Johnson makes a successful return to golf by winning the US Open at Chambers Bay. Johnson is currently holding the longest winning streak in the PGA Tour with wins in each of his last eight seasons and with the U.S. open being played on a seaside course that might be reminiscent of British links and his favorite course at Pebble Beach, it could be a major breakthrough for the golfer with the most publicized off course media speculation in the world.

5.) Current FedEx Cup points leader Robert Streb to disappear without managing another top ten this season. As much as it has been a welcome sight for journeyman Streb to start winning and competing this season, as the courses get tougher, so will the competition. He certainly isn’t the longest hitter and he doesn’t hit enough fairways either. Perhaps the 90th ranked player in the world might be feeling out of his depth sometime soon.

6.) Patrick Reed to confirm his prediction and become a Top 5 golfer. Since the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles most people have been impressed with what they have seen from Reed. He’s made some bold statements in 2014, pissed a number of people off and yet his golf has come through pretty unscathed. The future looks bright for the new red and black Sunday hero.

7.) No list is complete unless we gaze into the Tiger Woods crystal ball. Will he win another major, will he get back to the top of the world, can he still compete with Stenson, McIlroy, Spieth, Reed or Scott, is he ever going to win again? The answers are perhaps, no, not every week and yes!

8.) Phil Mickelson might well have seen his best days behind him. Like Els, Singh and Westwood another winless year beckons for Lefty who will continue to miss fairways and two footers at crucial times. His current world ranking of 14 might yet be as lofty as gets for a while.

9.) Jason Dufner had a quiet year on tour last season, so much so that we saw more of his wife Amanda on Instagram than we did did of Jason on the golf course. Neck and back problems were the cause of his foreshortened season, but he should make a multiple-winning return to form this season and maybe another crack at the final major of the season again too.

10.) The European bubble will burst. The are now four Europeans in the top six of the world rankings, and after another defiant defense of the Ryder Cup, Americans need some new heroes. While McIlroy and (Aussie) Adam Scott will still be at the top of their game in 2015, look for players like Spieth, Reed, Rickie Fowler, Matt Kuchar, Billy Horschel and Bubba Watson to lead the American return to dominance. By the end of the year a more consistent Bubba might well be knocking on the door of the number one spot.

The first Tiger Woods-designed golf course is up and running and you can play it now. Woods’ project at Diamante in Cabo San Lucas is now complete and officially open.

“This is a culmination of a dream for me and my team. I’ve always wanted to be involved in golf course design, and now my first course is ready to open.”

Woods was there for the opening on December 16 getting ready to tackle his own hazards on the 7,363 yard layout which sits above the No 52 ranked Davis Love III designed Dunes course.

The course offers dramatic views of the Pacific Ocean with the Sierra de la Laguna mountains behind and the El Faro lighthouse there too all set with the mile and half of sandy white beach at Diamante.

With five sets of tees, there is something here for every golfer of every skill. Tiger was keen to ensure it was a test for everyone in the family, mom dad and kids!

In keeping with the philosophy of the old California courses he grew up on the bunkers will be big and a keen eye for detail has ensured lines of sight, strategy and thinking golf will be at the forefront of every golfer playing.

There are very few big, new things left possible for Tiger to do, El Cardonal has certainly proved one of them. After a few TW Design courses fell through due to finance and untimely economics, this course in Mexico will undoubtedly be used as a showpiece and selling tool as his design company grows. Next up is Bluejack National and Trump’s Golf World development in Dubai.

Meanwhile for residents at Diamante Cabo San Lucas, their new course is one they will feel justifiably proud of sat next to their world renowned Dunes Course.

As with the Dunes course the wind will be a big factor. It also has similarities with the finishing stretch of six holes being the toughest on the course.

“I designed El Cardonal at Diamante to make you think,” Woods explained. “You must be willing to weigh risks and make smart choices. Proper strategy will provide the best opportunity to score. The biggest compliment I can receive after you play my course is that you want to play it again.”

We will Tiger, we will.

Now, Tiger will focus his attentions on another course in Dubai, but we are sure to see plenty more of him around Diamante, as he owns a house that also overlooks El Cardonal.

For your opportunity to play tiger Woods’ El Cardonal call 520-509-9040 or fill in the form on our home page.

We make 10 predictions for the golfing year:

1.) Henrik Stenson to finally break his major duck. Currently the world’s most consistent performer without a major in his trophy cabinet, Stenson will be eying up either the US Open or the PGA as his best chances for his maiden major championship and be Sweden’s first male golfer to do so.

2.) Rory McIlroy to come close at Augusta but ultimately come up short. Predicting a Grand Slam for the young Ulsterman is all too easy. He is, by far, the best player in the world, but he is not without his faults. He had third-round meltdown syndrome last season and Nike-induced loss of form the season before. He’ll win plenty this year but he’ll not be without some issue or other, which is exactly why we love him!

3.) If not Rory at the Masters then who? We think Jordan Spieth will be spraying the eighteenth green with champagne and picking up a green jacket that he need refitting for before the decade is out. The 21 year old Texan still has some filling out to do as he has years on his competition. He is still four years younger than McIlroy and way ahead of the game, but recent back to back victories confirm he has found the winning formula.

4.) Dustin Johnson makes a successful return to golf by winning the US Open at Chambers Bay. Johnson is currently holding the longest winning streak in the PGA Tour with wins in each of his last eight seasons and with the U.S. open being played on a seaside course that might be reminiscent of British links and his favorite course at Pebble Beach, it could be a major breakthrough for the golfer with the most publicized off course media speculation in the world.

5.) Current FedEx Cup points leader Robert Streb to disappear without managing another top ten this season. As much as it has been a welcome sight for journeyman Streb to start winning and competing this season, as the courses get tougher, so will the competition. He certainly isn’t the longest hitter and he doesn’t hit enough fairways either. Perhaps the 90th ranked player in the world might be feeling out of his depth sometime soon.

6.) Patrick Reed to confirm his prediction and become a Top 5 golfer. Since the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles most people have been impressed with what they have seen from Reed. He’s made some bold statements in 2014, pissed a number of people off and yet his golf has come through pretty unscathed. The future looks bright for the new red and black Sunday hero.

7.) No list is complete unless we gaze into the Tiger Woods crystal ball. Will he win another major, will he get back to the top of the world, can he still compete with Stenson, McIlroy, Spieth, Reed or Scott, is he ever going to win again? The answers are perhaps, no, not every week and yes!

8.) Phil Mickelson might well have seen his best days behind him. Like Els, Singh and Westwood another winless year beckons for Lefty who will continue to miss fairways and two footers at crucial times. His current world ranking of 14 might yet be as lofty as gets for a while.

9.) Jason Dufner had a quiet year on tour last season, so much so that we saw more of his wife Amanda on Instagram than we did did of Jason on the golf course. Neck and back problems were the cause of his foreshortened season, but he should make a multiple-winning return to form this season and maybe another crack at the final major of the season again too.

10.) The European bubble will burst. The are now four Europeans in the top six of the world rankings, and after another defiant defense of the Ryder Cup, Americans need some new heroes. While McIlroy and (Aussie) Adam Scott will still be at the top of their game in 2015, look for players like Spieth, Reed, Rickie Fowler, Matt Kuchar, Billy Horschel and Bubba Watson to lead the American return to dominance. By the end of the year a more consistent Bubba might well be knocking on the door of the number one spot.

The first Tiger Woods-designed golf course is up and running and you can play it now. Woods’ project at Diamante in Cabo San Lucas is now complete and officially open.

“This is a culmination of a dream for me and my team. I’ve always wanted to be involved in golf course design, and now my first course is ready to open.”

Woods was there for the opening on December 16 getting ready to tackle his own hazards on the 7,363 yard layout which sits above the No 52 ranked Davis Love III designed Dunes course.

The course offers dramatic views of the Pacific Ocean with the Sierra de la Laguna mountains behind and the El Faro lighthouse there too all set with the mile and half of sandy white beach at Diamante.

With five sets of tees, there is something here for every golfer of every skill. Tiger was keen to ensure it was a test for everyone in the family, mom dad and kids!

In keeping with the philosophy of the old California courses he grew up on the bunkers will be big and a keen eye for detail has ensured lines of sight, strategy and thinking golf will be at the forefront of every golfer playing.

There are very few big, new things left possible for Tiger to do, El Cardonal has certainly proved one of them. After a few TW Design courses fell through due to finance and untimely economics, this course in Mexico will undoubtedly be used as a showpiece and selling tool as his design company grows. Next up is Bluejack National and Trump’s Golf World development in Dubai.

Meanwhile for residents at Diamante Cabo San Lucas, their new course is one they will feel justifiably proud of sat next to their world renowned Dunes Course.

As with the Dunes course the wind will be a big factor. It also has similarities with the finishing stretch of six holes being the toughest on the course.

“I designed El Cardonal at Diamante to make you think,” Woods explained. “You must be willing to weigh risks and make smart choices. Proper strategy will provide the best opportunity to score. The biggest compliment I can receive after you play my course is that you want to play it again.”

We will Tiger, we will.

Now, Tiger will focus his attentions on another course in Dubai, but we are sure to see plenty more of him around Diamante, as he owns a house that also overlooks El Cardonal.

For your opportunity to play tiger Woods’ El Cardonal call 520-509-9040 or fill in the form on our home page.

We make 10 predictions for the golfing year:

1.) Henrik Stenson to finally break his major duck. Currently the world’s most consistent performer without a major in his trophy cabinet, Stenson will be eying up either the US Open or the PGA as his best chances for his maiden major championship and be Sweden’s first male golfer to do so.

2.) Rory McIlroy to come close at Augusta but ultimately come up short. Predicting a Grand Slam for the young Ulsterman is all too easy. He is, by far, the best player in the world, but he is not without his faults. He had third-round meltdown syndrome last season and Nike-induced loss of form the season before. He’ll win plenty this year but he’ll not be without some issue or other, which is exactly why we love him!

3.) If not Rory at the Masters then who? We think Jordan Spieth will be spraying the eighteenth green with champagne and picking up a green jacket that he need refitting for before the decade is out. The 21 year old Texan still has some filling out to do as he has years on his competition. He is still four years younger than McIlroy and way ahead of the game, but recent back to back victories confirm he has found the winning formula.

4.) Dustin Johnson makes a successful return to golf by winning the US Open at Chambers Bay. Johnson is currently holding the longest winning streak in the PGA Tour with wins in each of his last eight seasons and with the U.S. open being played on a seaside course that might be reminiscent of British links and his favorite course at Pebble Beach, it could be a major breakthrough for the golfer with the most publicized off course media speculation in the world.

5.) Current FedEx Cup points leader Robert Streb to disappear without managing another top ten this season. As much as it has been a welcome sight for journeyman Streb to start winning and competing this season, as the courses get tougher, so will the competition. He certainly isn’t the longest hitter and he doesn’t hit enough fairways either. Perhaps the 90th ranked player in the world might be feeling out of his depth sometime soon.

6.) Patrick Reed to confirm his prediction and become a Top 5 golfer. Since the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles most people have been impressed with what they have seen from Reed. He’s made some bold statements in 2014, pissed a number of people off and yet his golf has come through pretty unscathed. The future looks bright for the new red and black Sunday hero.

7.) No list is complete unless we gaze into the Tiger Woods crystal ball. Will he win another major, will he get back to the top of the world, can he still compete with Stenson, McIlroy, Spieth, Reed or Scott, is he ever going to win again? The answers are perhaps, no, not every week and yes!

8.) Phil Mickelson might well have seen his best days behind him. Like Els, Singh and Westwood another winless year beckons for Lefty who will continue to miss fairways and two footers at crucial times. His current world ranking of 14 might yet be as lofty as gets for a while.

9.) Jason Dufner had a quiet year on tour last season, so much so that we saw more of his wife Amanda on Instagram than we did did of Jason on the golf course. Neck and back problems were the cause of his foreshortened season, but he should make a multiple-winning return to form this season and maybe another crack at the final major of the season again too.

10.) The European bubble will burst. The are now four Europeans in the top six of the world rankings, and after another defiant defense of the Ryder Cup, Americans need some new heroes. While McIlroy and (Aussie) Adam Scott will still be at the top of their game in 2015, look for players like Spieth, Reed, Rickie Fowler, Matt Kuchar, Billy Horschel and Bubba Watson to lead the American return to dominance. By the end of the year a more consistent Bubba might well be knocking on the door of the number one spot.

The first Tiger Woods-designed golf course is up and running and you can play it now. Woods’ project at Diamante in Cabo San Lucas is now complete and officially open.

“This is a culmination of a dream for me and my team. I’ve always wanted to be involved in golf course design, and now my first course is ready to open.”

Woods was there for the opening on December 16 getting ready to tackle his own hazards on the 7,363 yard layout which sits above the No 52 ranked Davis Love III designed Dunes course.

The course offers dramatic views of the Pacific Ocean with the Sierra de la Laguna mountains behind and the El Faro lighthouse there too all set with the mile and half of sandy white beach at Diamante.

With five sets of tees, there is something here for every golfer of every skill. Tiger was keen to ensure it was a test for everyone in the family, mom dad and kids!

In keeping with the philosophy of the old California courses he grew up on the bunkers will be big and a keen eye for detail has ensured lines of sight, strategy and thinking golf will be at the forefront of every golfer playing.

There are very few big, new things left possible for Tiger to do, El Cardonal has certainly proved one of them. After a few TW Design courses fell through due to finance and untimely economics, this course in Mexico will undoubtedly be used as a showpiece and selling tool as his design company grows. Next up is Bluejack National and Trump’s Golf World development in Dubai.

Meanwhile for residents at Diamante Cabo San Lucas, their new course is one they will feel justifiably proud of sat next to their world renowned Dunes Course.

As with the Dunes course the wind will be a big factor. It also has similarities with the finishing stretch of six holes being the toughest on the course.

“I designed El Cardonal at Diamante to make you think,” Woods explained. “You must be willing to weigh risks and make smart choices. Proper strategy will provide the best opportunity to score. The biggest compliment I can receive after you play my course is that you want to play it again.”

We will Tiger, we will.

Now, Tiger will focus his attentions on another course in Dubai, but we are sure to see plenty more of him around Diamante, as he owns a house that also overlooks El Cardonal.

For your opportunity to play tiger Woods’ El Cardonal call 520-509-9040 or fill in the form on our home page.

We make 10 predictions for the golfing year:

1.) Henrik Stenson to finally break his major duck. Currently the world’s most consistent performer without a major in his trophy cabinet, Stenson will be eying up either the US Open or the PGA as his best chances for his maiden major championship and be Sweden’s first male golfer to do so.

2.) Rory McIlroy to come close at Augusta but ultimately come up short. Predicting a Grand Slam for the young Ulsterman is all too easy. He is, by far, the best player in the world, but he is not without his faults. He had third-round meltdown syndrome last season and Nike-induced loss of form the season before. He’ll win plenty this year but he’ll not be without some issue or other, which is exactly why we love him!

3.) If not Rory at the Masters then who? We think Jordan Spieth will be spraying the eighteenth green with champagne and picking up a green jacket that he need refitting for before the decade is out. The 21 year old Texan still has some filling out to do as he has years on his competition. He is still four years younger than McIlroy and way ahead of the game, but recent back to back victories confirm he has found the winning formula.

4.) Dustin Johnson makes a successful return to golf by winning the US Open at Chambers Bay. Johnson is currently holding the longest winning streak in the PGA Tour with wins in each of his last eight seasons and with the U.S. open being played on a seaside course that might be reminiscent of British links and his favorite course at Pebble Beach, it could be a major breakthrough for the golfer with the most publicized off course media speculation in the world.

5.) Current FedEx Cup points leader Robert Streb to disappear without managing another top ten this season. As much as it has been a welcome sight for journeyman Streb to start winning and competing this season, as the courses get tougher, so will the competition. He certainly isn’t the longest hitter and he doesn’t hit enough fairways either. Perhaps the 90th ranked player in the world might be feeling out of his depth sometime soon.

6.) Patrick Reed to confirm his prediction and become a Top 5 golfer. Since the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles most people have been impressed with what they have seen from Reed. He’s made some bold statements in 2014, pissed a number of people off and yet his golf has come through pretty unscathed. The future looks bright for the new red and black Sunday hero.

7.) No list is complete unless we gaze into the Tiger Woods crystal ball. Will he win another major, will he get back to the top of the world, can he still compete with Stenson, McIlroy, Spieth, Reed or Scott, is he ever going to win again? The answers are perhaps, no, not every week and yes!

8.) Phil Mickelson might well have seen his best days behind him. Like Els, Singh and Westwood another winless year beckons for Lefty who will continue to miss fairways and two footers at crucial times. His current world ranking of 14 might yet be as lofty as gets for a while.

9.) Jason Dufner had a quiet year on tour last season, so much so that we saw more of his wife Amanda on Instagram than we did did of Jason on the golf course. Neck and back problems were the cause of his foreshortened season, but he should make a multiple-winning return to form this season and maybe another crack at the final major of the season again too.

10.) The European bubble will burst. The are now four Europeans in the top six of the world rankings, and after another defiant defense of the Ryder Cup, Americans need some new heroes. While McIlroy and (Aussie) Adam Scott will still be at the top of their game in 2015, look for players like Spieth, Reed, Rickie Fowler, Matt Kuchar, Billy Horschel and Bubba Watson to lead the American return to dominance. By the end of the year a more consistent Bubba might well be knocking on the door of the number one spot.

The first Tiger Woods-designed golf course is up and running and you can play it now. Woods’ project at Diamante in Cabo San Lucas is now complete and officially open.

“This is a culmination of a dream for me and my team. I’ve always wanted to be involved in golf course design, and now my first course is ready to open.”

Woods was there for the opening on December 16 getting ready to tackle his own hazards on the 7,363 yard layout which sits above the No 52 ranked Davis Love III designed Dunes course.

The course offers dramatic views of the Pacific Ocean with the Sierra de la Laguna mountains behind and the El Faro lighthouse there too all set with the mile and half of sandy white beach at Diamante.

With five sets of tees, there is something here for every golfer of every skill. Tiger was keen to ensure it was a test for everyone in the family, mom dad and kids!

In keeping with the philosophy of the old California courses he grew up on the bunkers will be big and a keen eye for detail has ensured lines of sight, strategy and thinking golf will be at the forefront of every golfer playing.

There are very few big, new things left possible for Tiger to do, El Cardonal has certainly proved one of them. After a few TW Design courses fell through due to finance and untimely economics, this course in Mexico will undoubtedly be used as a showpiece and selling tool as his design company grows. Next up is Bluejack National and Trump’s Golf World development in Dubai.

Meanwhile for residents at Diamante Cabo San Lucas, their new course is one they will feel justifiably proud of sat next to their world renowned Dunes Course.

As with the Dunes course the wind will be a big factor. It also has similarities with the finishing stretch of six holes being the toughest on the course.

“I designed El Cardonal at Diamante to make you think,” Woods explained. “You must be willing to weigh risks and make smart choices. Proper strategy will provide the best opportunity to score. The biggest compliment I can receive after you play my course is that you want to play it again.”

We will Tiger, we will.

Now, Tiger will focus his attentions on another course in Dubai, but we are sure to see plenty more of him around Diamante, as he owns a house that also overlooks El Cardonal.

For your opportunity to play tiger Woods’ El Cardonal call 520-509-9040 or fill in the form on our home page.

We make 10 predictions for the golfing year:

1.) Henrik Stenson to finally break his major duck. Currently the world’s most consistent performer without a major in his trophy cabinet, Stenson will be eying up either the US Open or the PGA as his best chances for his maiden major championship and be Sweden’s first male golfer to do so.

2.) Rory McIlroy to come close at Augusta but ultimately come up short. Predicting a Grand Slam for the young Ulsterman is all too easy. He is, by far, the best player in the world, but he is not without his faults. He had third-round meltdown syndrome last season and Nike-induced loss of form the season before. He’ll win plenty this year but he’ll not be without some issue or other, which is exactly why we love him!

3.) If not Rory at the Masters then who? We think Jordan Spieth will be spraying the eighteenth green with champagne and picking up a green jacket that he need refitting for before the decade is out. The 21 year old Texan still has some filling out to do as he has years on his competition. He is still four years younger than McIlroy and way ahead of the game, but recent back to back victories confirm he has found the winning formula.

4.) Dustin Johnson makes a successful return to golf by winning the US Open at Chambers Bay. Johnson is currently holding the longest winning streak in the PGA Tour with wins in each of his last eight seasons and with the U.S. open being played on a seaside course that might be reminiscent of British links and his favorite course at Pebble Beach, it could be a major breakthrough for the golfer with the most publicized off course media speculation in the world.

5.) Current FedEx Cup points leader Robert Streb to disappear without managing another top ten this season. As much as it has been a welcome sight for journeyman Streb to start winning and competing this season, as the courses get tougher, so will the competition. He certainly isn’t the longest hitter and he doesn’t hit enough fairways either. Perhaps the 90th ranked player in the world might be feeling out of his depth sometime soon.

6.) Patrick Reed to confirm his prediction and become a Top 5 golfer. Since the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles most people have been impressed with what they have seen from Reed. He’s made some bold statements in 2014, pissed a number of people off and yet his golf has come through pretty unscathed. The future looks bright for the new red and black Sunday hero.

7.) No list is complete unless we gaze into the Tiger Woods crystal ball. Will he win another major, will he get back to the top of the world, can he still compete with Stenson, McIlroy, Spieth, Reed or Scott, is he ever going to win again? The answers are perhaps, no, not every week and yes!

8.) Phil Mickelson might well have seen his best days behind him. Like Els, Singh and Westwood another winless year beckons for Lefty who will continue to miss fairways and two footers at crucial times. His current world ranking of 14 might yet be as lofty as gets for a while.

9.) Jason Dufner had a quiet year on tour last season, so much so that we saw more of his wife Amanda on Instagram than we did did of Jason on the golf course. Neck and back problems were the cause of his foreshortened season, but he should make a multiple-winning return to form this season and maybe another crack at the final major of the season again too.

10.) The European bubble will burst. The are now four Europeans in the top six of the world rankings, and after another defiant defense of the Ryder Cup, Americans need some new heroes. While McIlroy and (Aussie) Adam Scott will still be at the top of their game in 2015, look for players like Spieth, Reed, Rickie Fowler, Matt Kuchar, Billy Horschel and Bubba Watson to lead the American return to dominance. By the end of the year a more consistent Bubba might well be knocking on the door of the number one spot.

The first Tiger Woods-designed golf course is up and running and you can play it now. Woods’ project at Diamante in Cabo San Lucas is now complete and officially open.

“This is a culmination of a dream for me and my team. I’ve always wanted to be involved in golf course design, and now my first course is ready to open.”

Woods was there for the opening on December 16 getting ready to tackle his own hazards on the 7,363 yard layout which sits above the No 52 ranked Davis Love III designed Dunes course.

The course offers dramatic views of the Pacific Ocean with the Sierra de la Laguna mountains behind and the El Faro lighthouse there too all set with the mile and half of sandy white beach at Diamante.

With five sets of tees, there is something here for every golfer of every skill. Tiger was keen to ensure it was a test for everyone in the family, mom dad and kids!

In keeping with the philosophy of the old California courses he grew up on the bunkers will be big and a keen eye for detail has ensured lines of sight, strategy and thinking golf will be at the forefront of every golfer playing.

There are very few big, new things left possible for Tiger to do, El Cardonal has certainly proved one of them. After a few TW Design courses fell through due to finance and untimely economics, this course in Mexico will undoubtedly be used as a showpiece and selling tool as his design company grows. Next up is Bluejack National and Trump’s Golf World development in Dubai.

Meanwhile for residents at Diamante Cabo San Lucas, their new course is one they will feel justifiably proud of sat next to their world renowned Dunes Course.

As with the Dunes course the wind will be a big factor. It also has similarities with the finishing stretch of six holes being the toughest on the course.

“I designed El Cardonal at Diamante to make you think,” Woods explained. “You must be willing to weigh risks and make smart choices. Proper strategy will provide the best opportunity to score. The biggest compliment I can receive after you play my course is that you want to play it again.”

We will Tiger, we will.

Now, Tiger will focus his attentions on another course in Dubai, but we are sure to see plenty more of him around Diamante, as he owns a house that also overlooks El Cardonal.

For your opportunity to play tiger Woods’ El Cardonal call 520-509-9040 or fill in the form on our home page.

We make 10 predictions for the golfing year:

1.) Henrik Stenson to finally break his major duck. Currently the world’s most consistent performer without a major in his trophy cabinet, Stenson will be eying up either the US Open or the PGA as his best chances for his maiden major championship and be Sweden’s first male golfer to do so.

2.) Rory McIlroy to come close at Augusta but ultimately come up short. Predicting a Grand Slam for the young Ulsterman is all too easy. He is, by far, the best player in the world, but he is not without his faults. He had third-round meltdown syndrome last season and Nike-induced loss of form the season before. He’ll win plenty this year but he’ll not be without some issue or other, which is exactly why we love him!

3.) If not Rory at the Masters then who? We think Jordan Spieth will be spraying the eighteenth green with champagne and picking up a green jacket that he need refitting for before the decade is out. The 21 year old Texan still has some filling out to do as he has years on his competition. He is still four years younger than McIlroy and way ahead of the game, but recent back to back victories confirm he has found the winning formula.

4.) Dustin Johnson makes a successful return to golf by winning the US Open at Chambers Bay. Johnson is currently holding the longest winning streak in the PGA Tour with wins in each of his last eight seasons and with the U.S. open being played on a seaside course that might be reminiscent of British links and his favorite course at Pebble Beach, it could be a major breakthrough for the golfer with the most publicized off course media speculation in the world.

5.) Current FedEx Cup points leader Robert Streb to disappear without managing another top ten this season. As much as it has been a welcome sight for journeyman Streb to start winning and competing this season, as the courses get tougher, so will the competition. He certainly isn’t the longest hitter and he doesn’t hit enough fairways either. Perhaps the 90th ranked player in the world might be feeling out of his depth sometime soon.

6.) Patrick Reed to confirm his prediction and become a Top 5 golfer. Since the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles most people have been impressed with what they have seen from Reed. He’s made some bold statements in 2014, pissed a number of people off and yet his golf has come through pretty unscathed. The future looks bright for the new red and black Sunday hero.

7.) No list is complete unless we gaze into the Tiger Woods crystal ball.