Golf Real Estate OnLine News
For Immediate Release
October 2007


In this issue
-- The Cliffs at High Carolina to be Tiger Woods' First American Golf Course Design
-- Get an Extreme Home Makeover Without Going to Extremes.
Changing a Room's Look and Feel Can be Easy and Affordable.
-- October PGA Tour Events
-- Looks What's New...
-- Fun Sites for the Avid Golfer

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The Cliffs at High Carolina to be Tiger Woods' First American Golf Course Design
Cliffs It's official: the world's number one golfer, Tiger Woods, will design his first American golf course at The Cliffs at High Carolina, the eighth community in The Cliffs' collection of private, master-planned residential developments and the second project for the recently-formed Tiger Woods Design. Also announced today were Woods' intentions to take an active role with the development of the master plan for The Cliffs at High Carolina.

"My goal is to design a handful of very unique courses around the world, and The Cliffs is a perfect fit for my first American design," Tiger Woods said. "Seeing what they've created with some of the world's best designers is very inspiring, and I'm looking forward to adding my own style into the mix."

Woods continued, "I chose The Cliffs at High Carolina because of the great people and the amazing location. I'm really looking forward to making it a premier destination to share with my friends and family."

Each of The Cliffs' communities is located in the Carolina Preserve - a quality-of-life corridor connecting Asheville, North Carolina to Greenville, South Carolina that features fourteen state parks, three national forests, and one national park.

"When I first visited High Carolina, I loved the site and the spectacular 50-mile views of the Asheville area and the Blue Ridge Mountains," Woods stated.

He continued, "When I got to the top of the mountain and looked across those meadows I knew this would be the site of my first American design. I hope this will become one of the most talked about views in the country."

"The land lends itself to a walking golf course." added Woods. "Walking is integral to golf, and it will be very unique to have a walking golf course at elevations up to 4,000 feet."

Jim Anthony, Founder and President of The Cliffs Communities, stated, "What excites us about working with Tiger is the alignment of our visions to enhance the golf experience by working with the land, beauty and conservation --- an overall commitment to excellence."

"The Cliffs at High Carolina will offer the unique combination of an unparalleled mountaintop golf experience and convenient access to all that the city of Asheville offers," Anthony continued.

Tiger Woods' design will bring The Cliffs' line-up of championship courses to eight, with the additional seven unique designs located minutes apart and accessed by one membership. Resort Living Magazine described The Cliffs' membership as "one of the most comprehensive and impressive club memberships in the world."

"Our Company's goal is simply to create the best place to live, work and play in America." Anthony concluded.

About Tiger Woods Design

Tiger Woods Design (TWD) is a full-service golf course design firm based in Orlando, Fla., that focuses on a limited selection of exclusive, unique and extraordinary courses worldwide. To achieve this, Tiger & his design team work closely with each client, taking care to provide exceptional, customized service. In addition to The Cliffs at High Carolina, TWD is also designing Al Ruwaya, a championship course that will serve as the centerpiece of The Tiger Woods Dubai, located in Dubai, U.A.E. More information on Tiger Woods Design can be found at tigerwoodsdesign.com.

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Get an Extreme Home Makeover Without Going to Extremes.
Changing a Room's Look and Feel Can be Easy and Affordable.
InteriorD Instantly transform a room starting from the ground up. Shown left are rugs from the Nourison 2000 collection in a traditional style, and Nourison's Mystique collection for a more modern feel to a room.

(MS) - Think an "extreme makeover" for your home has to include sledgehammers and a general contractor? Well, interior design does not always mean knocking down walls.

Changing a few select items can bring new color and texture into an existing space - just the thing needed to brighten, lighten and transform any room in your home.

One of the easiest ways to change an interior is to start with new area rugs, which go far beyond merely providing a covering for the floor. They can serve as the impetus for a new color palette and decorating scheme, changing the entire look and feel of a room without breaking the bank.

From traditional Persians to ultra-modern works of art in knotted wool, there are more styles to choose from than ever before. "Today's designs have a level of sophistication that just wasn't available in the past," says Joyce Lowe, carpet and décor expert for Nourison, the world's largest manufacturer of hand-made area rugs.

Are you a traditionalist? Choose an heirloom-quality Persian rug with fields of midnight blue accented with rich chocolate and gold. Want a living room that's sleek and modern? A rug from designer Calvin Klein, rich in texture, color and style, can provide the starting point.

Color is a huge component of a room's décor and should be chosen with care. "A basic rule of thumb in interior design is to select one neutral tone and two brighter accent colors that combine in a pleasing way," adds Lowe. Area rugs from Liz Claiborne Home, made exclusively by Nourison for example, make choosing room accent colors easy because design teams have already selected colors that work well together. Simply pull and match colors from the field or design.

"Your choice of accessories should complement the décor," says Lowe. Wall colors, window treatments and accessories are important to a good redesign but need not be expensive. Toss out pillows, curtains, candles and other accessories from your old room and bring in new ones in complementary colors and styles. You'll be surprised how dramatic the change will be.

Promote a traditional style with classic elements; a more modern look with sleeker, pared-down accents. Since the eye is drawn to like colors, stick to the use of complementary shades of metal and wood. Table and floor lamps don't need to match, but they should have some similar elements, in color or design.

Select a new area rug, change colors and accessories and you've done a truly "extreme" makeover in your home. To view thousands of choices in all styles and price points, including Calvin Klein, Liz Claiborne Home and scores of Nourison brand collections, visit www.nourison.com, where you can also locate a retailer near you.

October PGA Tour Events
Oct 4-7
Valero Texas Open: LaCantera GC,
San Antonio, Texas
Televised by The Golf Channel

Oct 11-14
Fry's.com Open (benefiting Shriners Hospital for Children): TPC Summerlin,
Las Vegas, Nevada
Televised by The Golf Channel

Oct 18-21
Fry's Electronics Open: Grayhawk Golf Club - Raptor,
Scottsdale, Arizona
Televised by The Golf Channel

Oct 25-28
Ginn sur Mer Classic at Tesoro: Tesoro Club,
Port St. Lucie, Florida
Televised by The Golf Channel

Looks What's New...
Ford's Colony Home For Sale

Great Value in Ford's Colony, Williamsburg, VA
4 Bedrooms, 2.5 baths, 2700 square foot home reduced to $439,000. Updated kitchen with stainless steel appliances, solid surface counters, updated baths - master bath has new cherry finish, double sink vanity, new natural tile flooring. Home also has a new roof and skylights, new hardwood floors and carpeting, and a large bonus room over garage. 1st floor includes living room, dining room, kitchen, family room, half bath, study, and laundry room. Home also has a screened porch and a 2 car garage. Please call Gary Byrd 757-303-0523.

Also, be sure to visit The Library today!

We've started a list of our favorite golf titles. We've also given you the opportunity to purchase these books from Amazon.com

Check The Library regularly for new additions.

Fun Sites for the Avid Golfer
Eyespygolf.com. A directory of over 16,000 golf courses. Is your favorite course included?

Need a great golf gift? Go to: The Golf Warehouse-tgw.com
Great service, selection and prices. PLUS, you can shop from the comfort of your own home. www.tgw.com

AND be sure to check out...http://www.19thhole.com
Now you can amerce yourself in the game-rain or shine. Enjoy!