What’s Behind the Bluejack Sign

There are over 34,000 golf courses in the United States and 1,060 courses in the State of Texas and Bluejack National is one of them. It is ranked one of the top three courses in state and has only been open for a year and a half, the private club and community is located on the rolling hills in Montgomery, Texas. As you drive up to the entry way, it consists of stones built up with a sign across the top with large metal gates to open the way, but this is the start to an extraordinary experience. The course is the only Tiger Wood designed golf course. With the course opening in November of 2015, it currently includes a front and back nine, the playground which consist of a nine-hole par three, The Place, and several dining options as well as a Sunday home and cottages to stay. But not only do they have all of these extraordinary amenities, they are in the middle of building a spa, wellness center, zip lines, pools, a bowling alley, a movie theater and numerous different places to build that sense of community within the 755 acres. With the club and community continuing to grow so do the residences and the memberships, so far there are a total of 550 memberships and 400 residences to go with it. As we continue talking about the course. With the great design of the course there are more than 35 acres of lakes and approximately seven miles of hiking, biking and running trails. With the continuation of construction the course still has an excellent sense of community from the staff, to the members and the feeling of not being in Texas. Out of the courses in Texas that I have played and seen, Bluejack National has the best sense of community and a course that is unforgettable.

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