As a four-time Masters champion, Tiger Woods clearly likes Augusta National Golf Club. Perhaps, then, it's no surprise that he has implemented some facets of the Alister Mackenzie-Bobby Jones masterpiece in his first U.S. golf course.
Woods shared photos on Thursday of Bluejack National, the Houston-area, hyper-private club that he has redesigned. The front nine of the property has been grassed and is growing in, so Woods dropped by, en route to Las Vegas for his annual Tiger Jam event, to check on the progress.
It's pretty clear to see the Augusta National influence, not only in the shaved off areas around the green complexes, but in the edging and sand in the bunkers.