Tiger burning bright on the sidelines

    It was good to see Tiger Woods live on television two nights ago.  He was attending the Dodgers/Phillies playoff baseball game in L.A.  As a lifelong Dodger fan, I was happy to see a Dodgers cap on his head.  Of more consequence to golf fans, especially those who might equate Tiger's genius as a player with his potential as an architect, is that Woods has signed up to design a seaside golf course in Mexico, his third such project.  The others are in Dubai and The Cliffs at High Carolina, near Asheville.
    Punta Brava golf course will thread through a community of 40 multi-million dollar homes, 80 villas and a hotel just 65 miles south of San Diego.  The developer is The Flagship Group of Austin, TX which built Escondido in the Texas Hill Country, and the Copano Club, on the coast near Rockport, TX.
    Half the holes on the Punta Brava course either play along the ocean or feature a green or tee box adjacent to the water.  You can see a schematic design of the course at PuntaBrava.com.