TOTTENHAM chief Joe Lewis owns a luxurious Bahamas golf resort that is playing host to the Hero World Challenge this week.
The resort in Albany, New Providence has welcomed a number of golf stars to the event with £2.6million up for grabs.The 4,200-yard course was designed by Ernie Els[/caption] Rory McIlroy has been taking part in the Hero World Challenge at Albany this week[/caption] The Hero World Challenge is being hosted by The Tiger Woods Foundation[/caption]
There are several Ryder Cup stars participating in the competition, including Rory McIlory, Jordan Spieth, Brooks Koepka and Daniel Berger.
The event is being hosted by The Tiger Woods Foundation on a course designed by legend Ernie Els.
The resort features a 7,400-yard course and includes a clubhouse with a grill room, men’s and ladies locker rooms, a golf shop, an 18-seat media and movie theater as well as a 400-yard driving range.
Harry Kane infamously spent some time there last summer – reporting late for training as he soaked up the Caribbean sun.
Kane and his family enjoyed a blissful week in Albany courtesy of Lewis.
The Spurs owner – worth a staggering £3.64bn – co-founded the slice of paradise with golfers Tiger Woods and Ernie Els, as well as music star-turned-actor Justin Timberlake.
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Guests can stay in private villas, custom home rentals or even mega-yachts within the resort – all boasting a 24-hour concierge service, including butlers, private chefs and trip bookings.
But paradise comes at a cost, with the cheapest available rooms a whopping £2,050 per night, with residences STARTING at £3.7million.
Albany also features a number of pools for all ages, including the Treasure Island-themed kids water park and adults only Azul Pool for a taste of tranquillity.
There is also a top of the range fitness suite, salon, spa, shop, equestrian activities and tennis courts, as well as padel courts.
There’s also a range of watersports options available, as well as a kids’ play area.
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