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The Golf Courses Donald Trump Owns Around The World

President of the Unites States Donald Trump owns the UK and Ireland’s number one-ranked course, Turnberry, but he also owns a number of others around the world.

The four-time Open venue is just one of his many golf courses across the UK, Ireland, the USA and the Middle East.

Below, we take a look at all of Trump’s golfing venues…

The Golf Courses Donald Trump Owns Around The World:


Trump Turnberry

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Home to the famous Ailsa Course, Turnberry has hosted four Open Championships and received a stunning makeover to top our UK&I Top 100 Courses rankings.

Trump International Golf Links – Aberdeen, Scotland

Trump International Golf Links Scotland Pictures

Trump’s Aberdeen property really is of high quality, featuring incredible views and huge dunes.

As a new entry it went straight into Golf Monthly’s 2015/16 Top 100 courses UK&I at number 14 and now stands at 10th in our 19/20 rankings.

Trump International Golf Links – Doonbeg, Ireland

Golf Courses Donald Trump Owns

The International Golf Links in Doonbeg ranks 35th in our Top 100 rankings and features one of golf’s best opening holes.

Designed by Greg Norman, he described it as the best piece of golfing property he had ever seen.


Trump National – Los Angeles, California

Golf Courses Donald Trump Owns

The Pete Dye designed course opened in 2005 and is open to the public. It’s one of the most expensive courses ever built at $250m and is ranked as one of the best in California.

Trump National – Jupiter, Florida

Trump’s Jupiter course was designed by Jack Nicklaus and is famous for its water hazards and island green.

Trump Doral – Miami, Florida

Golf Courses Donald Trump Owns

The closing par-4 18th during the WGC-Cadillac Championship

Home to four courses, Doral had hosted the WGC-Cadillac Championship on the Blue Monster from 2007-2016 (now the WGC-Mexico Championship) and was the venue for the Doral Open on the PGA Tour from 1962-2006.

Trump International – Palm Beach, Florida

The private Floridian club was the first golf property acquired by Donald Trump and was opened in 1999. Trump bought the 300-acre piece of land, bordering Palm Beach International Airport, and gave an unlimited budget to create the course – he spent over $40m.

Trump Golf Links – Ferry Point, New York

Designed by 18-time major champion Jack Nicklaus, Trump Golf Links features views of the Manhattan skyline and is open to the public.

Trump National – Hudson Valley, New York

Situated in the rolling hills of the Hudson Valley, Trump National is a fully private club that used to be a bison farm.

Trump National – Westchester, New York

Trump National Westchester is just half an hours drive from downtown Manhattan and features a 101-foot waterfall.

Trump National – Colts Neck, New Jersey

This private club features a 19th hole which is a par 3 into an island green.

Trump National – Bedminster, New Jersey

Trump National in Bedminster features 36 holes of golf, with the Old Course considered by some as one of the world’s top 100 courses. It hosted the 2017 US Women’s Open and is the venue for the the 2022 USPGA Championship.

Trump National – Philadelphia, New Jersey

Lying on Southern New Jersey’s highest point, Trump National looks over the city of Philadelphia in Pennsylvania and is just a short drive away.

Trump National – Charlotte, North Carolina

More than 2/3s of the holes play along water at the private club which is considered one of North Carolina’s very best.

Trump National – Washington, D.C

The private club features 36 holes, and the Championship Course was designed by the new POTUS himself.


Trump International Golf Club

The private club features a 30,000 square foot state-of-the-art Clubhouse is the largest of its kind in Dubai.

Trump World Golf Club

Yet to open, this course will be designed by Tiger Woods.