Ironwood News

Ironwood To Bring In Revenue Through Sports Tourism

Developers for a $360 million golf and hotel resort in Frank Sound want Cayman to get a slice of a $17 billion golf tourism market.   The $360 million project will feature an Arnold Palmer signature championship golf course North Side MLA Ezzard Miller spoke at a public...

Tyre tourism proposed

Tossed tyres for tourism? One visiting environmental expert certainly thinks so. Dr. Jim Park is working with Ironwood Developers on a proposal to government to rid the landfill of its burning issue and use those tossed tyres as fill at the proposed golf course in North ...

Arterial Extension Details Coming Soon

Negotiations are coming to a close between government, the Ironwood developer and the National Trust over the controversial East-West Arterial extension, government has confirmed. The road extension forms part of the deal for the golfing and housing community in Frank So...

Premier Addresses Land Ownership

Premier Hon. Alden McLaughlin responds to suggestions of foul play on a controversial planned road extension in East End. It was recently revealed Mr. Mclaughlin’s and Minister Hon. Kurt Tibbetts’ families own land near the proposed area. Both dismissed all suggestions o...

Palmer Plans to Swing By Cayman

Golf legend Arnold Palmer plans to swing by Cayman for the official launch of a planned 18-hole golf course in East End. The launch is scheduled for 27 February and includes a question-and-answer period about the course, which Palmer is designing. Developers say this wou...

Course developers plan to include local characteristics

Those with the Arnold Palmer Design team plan to include the natural characteristics of the land in Breakers for their proposed 7,100-yard championship caliber course slated as part of the proposed Ironwood Development. “There are a lot of interesting rock formations on ...

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