Lets get one thing straight, this is far removed from his controversial Aberdeen golf course. Not in distance perhaps at 206 miles apart and within a 4 hour car journey but in terms of the way in which the purchase has progressed. The recent purchase of Turnberry will bring something refreshing to Turnberry and Ayrshire but will have wider benefits.
A special Trump Turnberry episode will be out soon discussing what this means for golf travel to Scotland but until then rest assured Donald Trump investing in Scotland will bring about change to the golf tourism industry. Not on the Open Championship course of Ailsa Turnberry but in the improvement of golf travel hospitality and efficiency in the sector. Mr Trump’s monopoly in Scotland will not be in the two or more golf courses and resorts he owns but the services levels in which he illustrates to those working in Scotland golf travel.
Then, Scotland will have the world’s best golf courses and a consistency of service level to match.