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Tavistock's History & Sports Portfolio
The Lake Nona Sports and Performances District is supported by Tavistock Development Company and Tavistock Group, organizations with more than 30 years of experience leveraging sports ventures and institutions. Recognizable projects include building a revolutionary soccer stadium for English Premier League’s Tottenham Hotspur, and the Hero World Challenge, a PGA TOUR tournament featuring 18 of the world’s best players, hosted by Tavistock Group and the Tiger Woods Foundation. These ventures and more have created a history of sports success for Tavistock.
Tottenham Hotspur is one of the leading English football clubs supported by more than 160 million fans worldwide and plans to build a best-in-class, 57,000-capacity stadium for the 2017-18 season.VISIT WEBSITE
Hero World Challenge
Hero World Challenge
The Hero World Challenge has a long-standing history of exciting golf featuring a field of 18 of the world’s best PGA TOUR players. In what originally began in southern California, the Hero World Challenge moved to Isleworth Golf & Country Club in Central Florida in 2014 after the Tiger Woods Foundation and Tavistock Group joined forces to write a new chapter in the history of the tournament, and is now held at Albany in The Bahamas.VISIT WEBSITE
Tavistock & Lake Nona
Lake Nona is owned by the Tavistock Group, a privately held investment organization founded by Joe Lewis. With investments in more than 200 companies across 11 countries, Tavistock Group’s holdings are diverse and significant in scale. The company’s investment sectors include sports, restaurants, real estate including resort properties and private clubs, master planned communities, life sciences, finance, agriculture, energy and hospitality.
ORLANDO CITY SOCCER
Orlando City Soccer Club has partnered with Lake Nona and Tavistock Group to build a state-of-the-art training facility. The 23-acre campus is home to the club’s major league, minor league and development teams.