Getting Tiger Woods to design the golf course shows you’re creating something truly memorable. At Bluejack National, an hour north of Houston, everything will be just as special.
“We want our members and their guests to enjoy five-star, white-glove service,” says club president Casey Paulson. “But not in a stuffy way. You should feel that you’re on vacation while living in your own house.”
A concierge can arrange dog walking and grocery shopping so members can enjoy the activities. Tiger’s course—reminiscent of Augusta National but more user-friendly—is open, as is a 10-hole short course and a tech-savvy game-improvement center.
Opening this summer is The Fort, where families will enjoy a pool, mini-football field, bowling alley, zip lines, fishing, indoor activities, a burger shack, and more. Next will be a full-service clubhouse plus a spa, tennis, and a fitness center. There are already dining options—“from simple club fare to a gourmet meal, but you can still wear a tee-shirt,” says Paulson—with more to come.
Plans call for 400 homes: a mix of ½- to 1½-acre estate lots, starting at $275,000, and pre-built Member Suites, Cottages, and Sunday Homes, from $450,000.
“This isn’t a traditional club,” says Paulson. “We’re committed to making our members’ lives better and giving them more time with family and friends. That’s Bluejack.”