Bel Air, CA -- Unsatisfied with any of the remaining property on planet Earth, Tiger Woods announced Wednesday morning that he will be overseeing the design of a new golf course located on the Moon. Said Woods, "I've done the desert course in Dubai, the hilly course in North Carolina, and now the ocean course in Mexico. But I just couldn't find a good spot to design my zero-gravity, crater course. The Moon was the obvious answer."
Because of the lack of gravitational pull, the proposed track will be a record 28,235 yards long with the shortest hole being a 1,200 yard par-3. The hole Woods appeared most excited about is the 7,200 yard par-5 that plays over and around the Aitkin Basin, an impact crater that is roughly eight miles deep. "If your ball goes in there, forget about it," Woods explained.
The rehabbing World Number 1 did not seem concerned about the lack of oxygen or humans to actually play the course. "I've got people working on that," he succinctly said before showing sketches of the proposed clubhouse and indoor/outdoor swimming pool.