How does this course com­pare with El Car­donal?

Robb Report Singapore - - Travel & Leisure -

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.

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