US President Donald Trump’s two sons Eric and Donald Jr are set to attend the launch of The Trump International Golf Club in Dubai this month as guests of honour, it has emerged.
It has yet to be confirmed whether the sons will formally launch the facility, a spokesperson for the club told Arabian Business.
However, a spokesperson for Damac Properties, the developer behind the $6 billion Akoya scheme within which the Trump International Golf Club sits, said the two sons were “in town for a short period as guests of honour”.
The club features an 18-hole golf course that has been open for a month, as well as restaurants and leisure facilities. The clubhouse is scheduled to open by the middle of this month, launch event organisers revealed in January.
The property is a venture between Damac and the Trump Organization and is located near Dubai Studio City and upmarket residential neighbourhood Arabian Ranches.
Donald Trump announced on January 11 that he was relinquishing control of his real estate business to a trust managed by his sons, Donald, 39, and Eric, 33.
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