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Tiger Woods’ Dubai Golf Resort Plans Get Scrapped 

Tiger Woods had some big plans for the Dubai golf resort he was designing.

Tiger Woods had some big plans for the Dubai golf resort he was designing. Villas, mansions, a boutique hotel, even a golf academy, the course would have had it all. How it will turn out, though, is no longer Tiger's concern, according to Golf Talk Central:

ArabianBusiness.com reported Tuesday that Dubai Properties Group, a unit of Dubai Holding, has "dissolved" its partnership with Woods, after his signature golf estate was suspended in 2010 amid the economy crisis and never revived.

Though the world's No. 1 golfer has backed out before the project started, he still got his paper. The company paid Woods $55.4 million in 2008 after agreeing to craft the golf resort. Tiger won't get a decked-out, futuristic golf resort under his name, but his reputation got him a boatload of cash. In the end, he probably won't be too disappointed.