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    Tiger Woods prepares to catch a ball thrown by his caddy on the second day of competition of the WGC-Mexico Championship at the Chapultepec Golf Club in Mexico City. Woods will re-designa golf course at the Makaha Valley Resort.

Golfing superstar Tiger Woods will re-design a golf course at the Makaha Valley Resort.

The project is part of an effort to transform the Makaha Valley Resort with golfing, homes and resort development, according to a news release from Canadian owner Pacific Links International.

Woods and his TGR Design company will lead the development of the Makaha North Course, while Gil Hanse, creator of the Olympic course in Rio de Janeiro, will develop the Mahaka South Course.

No timeline was given for when the courses will be opened.

Makaha Valley Resort is a 644-acre property owned by Pacific Links International, a Toronto company that describes itself as providing a premium golf experience for members with a focus on the Chinese golfer.

Pacific Links says it has a network of more than 400 affiliated and reciprocal clubs in 37 countries around the world.

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