The space that was intended to be used for Tiger Woods' first U.S.-designed course is now listed for sale at $24 million.
Woods was tabbed to design his first championship course in the states on a 795-acre parcel just outside of Asheville, N.C., called the Cliffs at High Carolina. The development was also to include about 1,000 luxury homes.
In May 2011, during the real estate collapse, developers said sales were too slow to continue the project as less than 50 homesites of the 1,000 had been sold. Owners later sold the property through bankruptcy.
Woods' first U.S. design eventually became Bluejack National in Montgomery, Texas, just outside of Houston. About half of the course has opened for play, and Woods was on site just earlier in March for the unveiling of the property's par-3 course.