Top 5: Donald Trump golf coursesNovember 9, 2016 The Scoop
We look at the five best golf courses in US President-elect Donald Trump's outstanding portfolio
Whether you love or hate US President-elect Donald Trump, what can’t be denied is that the man owns some sensational golf courses.
From Aberdeen to Dubai, the Trump Golf empire includes 17 top-quality golf clubs found in some beautiful parts of the world.
Here are five of the best tracks from Trump’s stunning collection.
5. Trump National, Washington DC
The Trump National Championship Course in the US capital of Washington DC is the ultimate risk and reward layout.
It is built entirely along the great Potomac River and,at 7,693 yards, it is an absolute monster.
With water coming into play on 10 of its 18 holes and at 7,234 yards for championship play, the Riverview Course is only slightly tamer.
4. Trump Ireland, Doonbeg
Trump Ireland is yet another spectacular trump layout situated on an impressive piece of land on the Emerald Isle.
Originally designed by Greg Norman, Trump Ireland was hit by storms two ago and many of the holes were washed away.
Martin Hawtree has since overseen the redesign of the course and it’s back to its glorious best.
3. Trump International Golf Links, Aberdeen
A jaw-dropping links experience, Trump International in Aberdeen will be unlike any course you have played before.
Huge dunes, tricky bunkers and spectacular views of the North Sea characterise this unique track.
First-class facilities further enhance the experience.
2.Trump National Doral, Miami
Four golf courses – The Blue Monster, The Red Tiger, The Silver Fox and The Golden Palm – which are some of the toughest in Florida has firmly out Trump National Doral on the world golfing map.
The Blue Monster is the flagship course and has been a multiple host of the WGC-Cadillac Championship.
At 7,608 yards, it is another colossus.
1. Trump Turnberry, Ayrshire
A host to the Open Championship on four occasions, the Ailsa has recently undergone a major transformation thanks to renowned architect Martin Ebert.
You should expect an entirely new course but one that will leave you in complete awe.
Bring on the Open Championship please!