Trump gets serious about second Scottish Course

By: | Wed 13 Feb 2013


Over 10,000 visitors played the Trump International from July - October 2012 and that has led to Donald Trump  to submit Donald trumpplans for a second course at his resort in Aberdeenshire

Reports suggest the new  course will be named after Trump's Scottish mother, Mary MacLeod  and will be located at the southern tip of his Menie Estate. Plans submitted to the local council have also suggested that course will vary in length from 5,630 yards up to 7,540 yards. 

In addition to the new 18 hole championship course, Trump plans to build a 450 bed five star hotel, 500 homes and 950 short term letting properties. The proposed development had been put on hold following Scottish First Ministers, Alex Salmond's plans to build a massive wind farm over looking the course, but the level of play at  Trump International has moved the project forward according to Trump:

The unprecedented demand to play our championship course has accelerated our plans to build the second course,

Trump went on to say in his statement that he would like his Trump International Course to hold either the Open or Ryder Cup at some point in the future. 

Want to know more about Trump International? 

Check out guest Writer, Ross Starkey's blog  - Is Trump good for golf?

 







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