Donald Trump is planning to build a 7,205-yard, par-71 golf course in Dubai. The real estate mogul took over this project from Tiger Woods.
The 37-year-old professional golfer was set to construct a $1 billion golfing estate; however, it was allegedly brought to a scratching halt due to the economic downfall in the United Arab Emirates city.
The Trump International Golf Club will be cultivated in the desert outskirts of Dubai by, the largest privately owned property development company in the Middle East, DAMAC Properties.
“By collaborating with Donald Trump, we are bringing the most elite name in golf and international luxury real estate to Dubai,” said Hussein Sajwani, the chairman of Damac Properties.
“This course will provide a unique challenge for golfers, while delivering the up most luxury and refinement for which both Damac Properties, and the Trump Organization have become renowned for.”
This amazing new course will be the main feature of a 28 million foot project which will include a luxury residential community, international schools, hotels, and a spa.