You will soon be able to finally play a course designed by Tiger Woods.
Woods' El Cardonal, a project developed at the Diamante development in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, will open on Dec. 16. The 14-time major champion made the announcement on Twitter.
The course will play about 7,400 yards from the tips, but has been hinted that litany tee box options and locations will make the course playable for all lengths and skill levels.
The grand opening seems to have not been affected by Hurricane Odile rolling through the region in September, causing widespread damage and power outages.
This marks the first time a Woods design has been taken to completion. Woods was hired in 2006 to design his first course in Dubai, then a year later in the mountains of North Carolina and in Baja Mexico in 2008. None of those courses opened, all derailed for myriad reasons mostly related to the worldwide recession in 2008.
Woods is currently designing a course called Bluejack National, which will be an exclusive private club near Houston. El Cardonal won't see much foot traffic either, with only Diamante homeowners and resort guests able to play the course.