Pays Trump his own green fee

Donald Trump's constant golf stress in Aberdeen, Scotland

Who does not know Donald Trump? Has he built the most beautiful and tallest houses in New York (including Trump WorldTower, Trump Building, Trump Tower). Golfers have known the name Trump since he bought Doral in Florida for over USD 100 million | WGC bought Cadillac Championship and has now invested more than 100 million. Across America it has 14 golf courses, which are among the most exclusive and best in the country. In 2011, our 16 CEO golfers visited Trump International in West Palm Beach and stayed in Donald Trump's private member club Mar a Lago.

The real estate Tycon Trump himself plays golf at least three times a week and still has a sporting handicap of under 5.

But also in Europe Donald Trump meanwhile his first course. In July 2012, its high-end golf course opened in Aberdeen on the gulf coast of Scotland. TheTrump International Golf Links Course.Trump bought 800 hectares of land for this in a prime coastal location, because his mother grew up here because he has a lot in common with this land. The construction in Scotland was preceded by long discussions and arguments with local residents and communities. The facility is currently in the process of establishing itself among golfers' hearts around the world, and Trump is facing another new challenge with the authorities. The Scottish government now wants to allow wind turbines directly on the coast and in the vicinity of the links course fairways. In the truest sense of the word, Donald Trump is fighting the windmills on the high seas, which cloud the view from the facility, as a 5-star hotel complex is to be built shortly.

Because the Scottish government wants to spoil this unique landscape for him, he went to court, as with the permits for the construction of the golf course. And right there, he has now suffered a defeat. The government has decided that the energy company Vattenfall can put a wind turbine in front of his nose. Trump is foaming and threatening not only to stop the expansion of his plant. He wants to use 'all legal means' to stop the energy project. A total of eleven turbines are to be built. The construction is estimated at 270 million euros. It is said that the US entrepreneur invested more than three times as much in his golf project 'Trump International - Scotland'. The green fee is not cheap. For a green fee on working days, a guest pays 230 euros and on weekends 255 euros. No wonder that he therefore wants to do everything to maintain the greatest possible exclusivity for his resort. Trump also dreams of being on the in the coming years Trump International in Aberdeen to hold a major international professional golf tournament. Donald Trump wants the British Open or the Ryder Cup bring to Aberdeen.

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