Goldman Seeks to Foreclose on Tiger Apology Resort

April 9, 2010  |  

(CNBC.com/ Reuters) — A U.S. bankruptcy court judge on Thursday set a hearing to consider whether Goldman Sachs can foreclose on the golf resort where Tiger Woods made his public apology, according to court filings.

Goldman Sachs Mortgage, which holds the $193 million senior mortgage on the Sawgrass Marriott golf resort, said owner RQB Resort filed for bankruptcy protection on March 1, a day before a hearing was scheduled to foreclose on the property, according to court documents filed in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in the Middle District of Florida.

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