Donald Trump’s Five Golf Courses

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The Donald's Courses Trump International Golf Club, Raffles Resort Canouan Island, The Grenadines OPENED 2002 ARCHITECT Jim Fazio PAR 72 (6,483 yards) GREENS FEE $200 (guests) RANKING Unranked Rooms at the resort cost from $500 to $4,500 a night, and a Trump Villa on the property sells for about $4 million. The course is dramatic, with tees built on cliffs and greens 90 feet or more below. It would be difficult to play a round with only one ball as the ravines and the plants gobble up stray shots. Meals are formal and slow. Guests tend to eat, drink and sleep.
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Trump National Golf Club, Bedminster Bedminster, N.J. OPENED 2004 ARCHITECT Tom Fazio PAR 72 (7,565 yards) INITIATION FEE $350,000 ANNUAL DUES $18,000 MEMBERS 325 RANKINGS Golf Magazine Top 100 in the U.S. (54th); GolfWeek's Best Courses/Modern (49th), Best Courses/New (3rd) Huge greens, wide fairways, immense tee boxes, sprawling bunkers — yet the course is very playable and easy to walk.
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Trump National Golf Club (New Course), Bedminster Bedminster, N.J. OPENED 2008 ARCHITECT Tom Fazio PAR 72 (7,511 yards) RANKINGS Unranked.
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Trump National Golf Club, Los Angeles Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif. OPENED 2006 ARCHITECT Donald Trump PAR 72 (7,311 yards) GREENS FEE $250-$375 RANKING Golf Magazine Top 100 Courses You Can Play (38th) Only a half hour from downtown L.A., it's the only truly public course owned by Trump. The greens fee-thought to be the highest in greater Los Angeles-is on par with Pebble Beach's, and the course is almost as busy (about 55,000 rounds a year). Range balls are free, and athletes and entertainers are regulars.
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Trump International Golf Club, West Palm Beach, Fla. OPENED 1999 ARCHITECT Jim Fazio PAR 72 (7,300 yards) INITIATION FEE $450,000 ANNUAL DUES $18,000 MEMBERS 321 RANKING Golf Magazine Top 100 in U.S. (71st) Home of the LPGA's ADT Championship. Trump converted a dead-flat piece of land into one of the hilliest properties in South Florida. Trump is there most weekends from Thanksgiving to Memorial Day.
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Trump National Golf Club, Westchester Briarcliff Manor, N.Y. OPENED 2002 ARCHITECT Jim Fazio PAR 72 (7,361 yards) INITIATION FEE $350,000 ANNUAL DUES $18,000 MEMBERS 250 RANKING Unranked Most members, whose numbers include presidential candidate Rudy Giuliani, take a cart and a caddie. There is a swimming pool, tennis courts and a fitness center. The food is hearty, and there's a wedding almost every weekend. This is where Trump plays most. He has a 250-acre estate nearby.
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Trump International Golf Links, Aberdeen, Scotland There's no Trump course in Aberdeen, an oil city north of St. Andrews — yet. There may be one, two, three or none. The permitting process in Scotland is long and complicated, and Trump's plans are audacious. He wants a five-star hotel and a links course. Think of the tallest dune you've ever seen. Now imagine hundreds of them in a row — that's the Trump duneland, separated from the North Sea by a wide beach. The likely candidate for architect is Tommy Fazio. Trump has also talked about hiring Tom Watson as a consultant.