Last week Dubai property developer Damac Properties announced the launch of its biggest project to date – the luxurious golf community “Akoya by Damac” (Damac Properties Announces The Launch Of Its Biggest Project To Date) - a master development spanning over 29 million sq ft in Dubailand. The centrepiece of the project – the eight-hole PGA Championship golf course – will be named after U.S. businessman Donald Trump.
Trump International Golf Club will include a 30,000 sq ft club house and luxurious Trump Spa & Wellness Centre, which would be managed by The Trump Organization.
Damac Properties and Trump had both confirmed their collaboration in the project, Gulf-focused website Arabian Business reported on Monday, May 6. No financial details of the deal have been disclosed.
Trump International Golf Club, Dubai
Construction works had already started and the golf course would be ready for play next year, said the Dubai property developer, which is also behind the luxurious residential project the Damac Towers by Paramount. Damac’s chairman Hussein Sajwani has commented that “by collaborating with Donald Trump, we are bringing the most elite name in golf and international luxury real estate to Dubai”. He has also said that the golf course would provide unique challenges to golfers as well as “upmost luxury” up to the standards of both Damac and The Trump Organisation.
“Trump International Golf Club, Dubai will be built to world-class levels, exceeding all expectations - there will be nothing like it in the region and beyond,” Donald Trump has said, as quoted by Arabian Business.
The Trump Organisation chaired by Donald Trump currently owns and manages 14 golf courses with the latest one located in Aberdeenshire, Scotland, being tagged as one of the best golf courses in the world by the golfing community. The golf course in Dubai will be The Trump Organisation’s first project of this kind in Asia.