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Tiger Woods' failed North Carolina course is for sale for $24 million

March 25, 2016

Years before Tiger Woods' Bluejack National design opened outside Houston, Woods signed on to build what was supposed to be the first TW signature design in the U.S.

But a bad economy -- and bad Woods publicity after his driveway incident -- help send the the Cliffs at Carolina into bankruptcy in 2011, before any progress was made on the course.

The dust has finally settled, and the 795-acre plot in the hills of southern North Carolina is for sale for $24 million, according to the Asheville Citizen-Times.

The property's size and location 20 minutes south of Asheville on the South Carolina border might make it attractive for another developer to come in and build a golf community.