Trump International Golf Club (West Palm Beach)

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Trump International Golf Club, West Palm Beach is a private 27-hole golf course in West Palm Beach, Florida. It was designed by Jim Fazio, who was given a budget of over US$40 million and was opened in 1999. [1] This venue was Trump's first golf course property. [2]


The Championship course measures 7,326 yards, and has a par 72 layout that has hosted championships for the LPGA. [1] In addition, the golf course has a nine-hole course. The clubhouse can host weddings and other social or business events. A three-tiered driving range is available.

The regular initiation fee for membership was reported to be US$150,000 in 2011, and the annual fee US$25,000. [3] The senior director of instruction for Trump Golf Properties, Gary Wiren, is based out of this resort. [4]

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