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NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Work on an 18-hole championship golf course has begun at Jack’s Bay, in Eleuthera. The groundbreaking ceremony for the heritage course was held this past Wednesday.

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NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Work on an 18-hole championship golf course has begun at Jack’s Bay, in Eleuthera. The groundbreaking ceremony for the heritage course was held this past Wednesday.

Jack’s Bay will be the first Nicklaus Heritage Course in the world. It will also include the rare Nicklaus Real Estate branding rights as a Nicklaus community – a distinction afforded to only a very select collection of developments around the world and the very first in the Caribbean.

Executive Chairman of the Nicklaus Companies Howard Milstein says there is no better place for this new project than Eleuthera and The Bahamas.

And, Milstein says a top sports magazine will also do its part to get the word out about Eleuthera, Jack’s Bay and the new signature golf course.

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