b'Bluejack, telling me that it was an oak tree indigenousdidnt just move the needle, he was the needle.to Southern Texas, especially in Montgomery andWoods outlined what lay ahead for his completed Magnolia. I called up Tiger and he liked it. So we hiredBluejack National course. "I\'ve made it an important an arborist, who assured me that there were thousandsfeature in all of my designs to give the player options," he out there. I think we found two so far. said. "It\'s all about creativity, and all about having fun."On May 6, 2014, Houston resident Mark OMeara, ACE IN THE HOLE a two-time major champion, accepted an invitation to Nick Fullerton was another individual who wasrepresent Bluejack National as an ambassador, adding instrumental in creating the aesthetic and ambiancefurther credibility to the project. He would carry the at Bluejack that we know today. Nick was our originalBluejack logo on his golf bag and attend events at the architect, said Mitchell. He really deserves a lot of theclub. During the third week of July, 2014, construction got credit early on. He designed the front entry, the suites,underwayclearing and gradingon the golf facilities. the cottages, the Sunday homes, all of that successfulMedalist Golf, Inc., one of the industrys leading golf courseClockwise from top left: Thomas Blake Jr.; Tiger property. Pretty much any amenity weve done here,construction companies, handled the work. On Octoberreviewing hole design plans; Tiger on opening Nick was involved. 20, 2014, Bluejack National became the first Audubonday with CBS\'s David On April 3, 2014, Bluejack National was introducedInternational Classic Program member in Texas, recognizingFeherty (center) and Mark O\'Meara (left); Tiger with to the world through a media release. Outlined in thethe propertys commitment to environmental sustainability. the Mitchells on opening release were general real estate options, and plans forday at the golf course.recreational amenities such as The Fort, the Blake Fishing Dock, and golf, both a championship and a short course, though no architect was named.On April 30, the architect was identified: Tiger Woods Design. Bluejack was slated to be the first Tiger Woods Design golf course to open in the U.S., with completion scheduled for 2015. The impact in the golf and commerce worlds was immediate. Tiger Woods bluejacknational.com 15'