You are here

Trump's golf empire gets hit as bigwigs keep safe distance

Golfing's organising bodies join the growing chorus of Donald Trump's critics by issuing joint statement to address his negative comments

Golfer Jack Nicklaus (left) with Mr Trump (right) at the Trump Links at Ferry Point golf course in the Bronx borough of New York, which is Mr Trump's latest golf enterprise, featuring a public course designed by Mr Nicklaus. Mr Trump's recent scathing comments about Mexican immigrants are proving bad for his business.

New York

DONALD TRUMP'S position as one of the most powerful people in the golf industry is taking a hit.

Reacting to Mr Trump's comment that Mexican immigrants were rapists, the PGA of America won't hold October's Grand Slam of Golf at Trump National in Los Angeles, one of his 17