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Trout, Woods Share Latest on Golf Course Project

Golf legend Tiger Woods and Los Angeles Angels center fielder Mike Trout have shared the latest details about the new golf course at Trout National – The Reserve in Vineland, designed by the ace golfer Tiger Woods himself and his team.

Located in Vineland, Trout National – The Reserve will feature an 18-hole championship course by Tiger Woods’ TGR Design, a trendsetting clubhouse by Marsh & Associates, five-star lodging and much more. The club will offer an exclusive and awe inspiring on- and off-course experience that is personalized to members and distinguished by an unwavering commitment to meticulous detail, luxurious comfort and competitive fun. It is scheduled to open in 2025.

Recently, TGR Design unveiled the planned routing for Trout National, accompanied by a video shared by Trout on his Twitter handle. In the video, Woods can be seen meeting with his chief design director, Beau Welling, and Trout at the site to discuss the design, and it also includes a few clips of machines in operation.

Trout wrote on Twitter:

“The wait is over. Excited to share the latest from Trout National – The Reserve. We’ve finalized course routing and are continuing to make progress on this unique and exciting project with @TigerWoods and @tgrdesignbytw.”

Trout National, which was announced in March, will be a par 72, 7,455-yard golf course that will include four par 3 holes and four par 5s. It will also include a short course design and is expected to be completed by 2025.

Mike Trout was quoted as saying via Golfweek:

“Some of my favorite golf experiences have been ones that have challenged my game while still having fun and that’s what we wanted to create at Trout National – The Reserve. Tiger, John (Ruga), and I walked hole by hole and this course will do just that. Our vision and his design is creating something special here in my hometown.”

Tiger said as per Golfweek:

“Mike and John found a site with a lot of character to make some outstanding golf holes. The sandy and diverse terrain has so many great natural features that have given us a lot of options on how to create a world-class golf course.”

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