Tiger Woods to design new golf course in southwest Missouri

Posted April 20, 2017

Along with the big course, slated to open in 2019, Woods will also design a par-3 course for guests of Big Cedar Lodge. The course, Payne's Valley, is named after three-time major victor Payne Stewart.

Woods was at the resort on opening day alongside Tracey Stewart, Payne's widow, to formally introduce the new design. Woods knocked his second one stiff, landing close to the pin and drawing applause from the gathered crowd.

Payne's Valley named after legendary Springfield golfer Payne Stewart. I want people to once they play Payne's Valley to be able to come back and say I want to play it again.

Morris also owns the Top of the Rock par-3 course a couple of miles away in Ridgedale, and he has talked recently of helping Branson become a golf destination site on a national and worldwide scale. "I know we're struggling with it right now". Tiger talked about kids on their phones, and how great it is, whether you're playing golf, or hunting or fishing, to get out in nature, and especially with people you care about, your parents and grandparents.

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"[The Masters] probably wouldn't have been the best place for Tiger to start the year out after this most recent setback, and I think we should probably look, maybe something just after The Players Championship", Begay said on "The Rich Eisen Show". Johnny Morris, owner of Big Cedar Lodge and Bass Pro Shops, purchased that land in October 2013.

It's clear Woods hasn't lost his love for golf and he's been getting more involved with course architecture through his firm, TGR Design, as he works on getting healthy. This year's tournament kicks off April 19. "So to design a public course is near and dear to my heart".

The 18-time major victor was in Missouri for the announcement of the first public course designed by Woods' company TGR Design.