How does this course compare with El Cardonal?
more like something you’d find in Georgia or the Carolinas. Aside from the land, the team behind Bluejack National – Mike Abbott, Casey Paulson and
Andy Mitchell from Beacon Land Development – has truly delivered a special place.
At first glance, El Cardonal and Bluejack National appear extremely different. El Cardonal is set in a desert environment with spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean. Bluejack National, which plays through towering pines and large oaks, has a very different look. But as people play both courses they will find similarities in the design. The landing areas are wide, neither course has a rough cut and cross hazards are avoided when possible. We’ve also cleared a lot of the ground cover outside the turf on both courses, making it easier to find errant shots and advance them back into play. Both are meant to be fun and playable for golfers of all skill levels.