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Al Ruwaya Golf Club Grassing Commences

{mosimafe}The Tiger Woods Dubai announced today that grassing work has begun on the18 hole, 7,800 yard, par 72 championship Al Ruwaya Golf Course. Tiger Woods Dubai is a 55 million square foot golf community development and an exclusive member of Tatweer Dubai.
IMG Golf Course Management has the mandate to operate and manage the Al Ruwaya Golf  Club and they are supervising the grassing.

Tiger Woods, the world’s number one golfer and chairman of Tiger Woods Design said “It’s exciting to see my first ever golf course design coming to life.  My vision, and the work of my design company, is being realized.”
 

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