Trump's Scottish golf resort to head for Northern Ireland?

GolfA day doesn’t seem to go buy without some media publicity surrounding  Donald  Trump’s latest golfing resort, which was originally intended for Scotland.   Following rejection there, the latest speculation is that he might be taking it to Northern Ireland. Bloomberg  reports that he has signed an option to buy a piece of land in County Antrim and has 30 days in which to make a decision on it. Antrim is no stranger to golf, and has a number of well-known golf links already, including the famous Dunluce  links course  of the Royal Portrush Golf Club, a club famous for being the only  one to have staged the British Open outside of Great Britain.

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