Tiger Woods Unveils Plans For A Hellish Golf Course In Utah With Some Insanely Long Holes

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To say Tiger Woods has nothing left to prove is a bit of an understatement when you consider we’re talking about a guy who’s won 15 majors and racked up 82 wins on the PGA Tour over the course of one of the most legendary careers in the history of golf.

We’re also talking about a guy who’s made $120 million in career earnings, which makes up a fairly small chunk of the estimated $1.1. billion net worth he’s amassed thanks to a slew of endorsement deals and other business ventures.

That includes the company Tiger opted to start when he decided he did have at least one thing left to prove: TGR Design, which has whipped up the blueprint for a number of exclusive golf courses around the globe (including one where two players managed to hit two hole-in-ones in the span of a few minutes on its trademark 19th hole).

According to Golf Digest, Woods and Co. have now set their sights on a new parcel of land in Park City, Utah that will be home to what has been christened “Marcella Club,” which seems poised to make life very difficult for anyone who’s brave enough to take it on from the toughest tees when it tentatively opens for business in the summer of 2024.

Based on the proposed design that was unveiled this week, the course will span more than 8,000 yards from the back tees. If you opt for that setup, you’ll be facing a par 5 on the 10th hole that measures more than 700 yards as well as a 292-yard par 3 (yes, you read that correctly) when you tee off on 15.

As the outlet notes, Park City’s 7,000-foot elevation means you’ll have less air resistance to grapple with, but that only does so much to cancel out the fact that golfers who play from the tips will have to try to hit a green that’s almost 300 yards away with one shot.

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Connor Toole is the Deputy Editor at BroBible. He is a New England native who went to Boston College and currently resides in Brooklyn, NY. Frequently described as "freakishly tall," he once used his 6'10" frame to sneak in the NBA Draft and convince people he was a member of the Utah Jazz.