Trump National Golf Course in Bidminster was denied the right to host the 2022 US PGA Championship.
The American Professional Golfers Association (PGA) has brought together professional players since 1929 and has hosted the most important events in the sport for 91 years. As an independent organization, the PGA Tour has coordinated major adult men’s professional golf tournaments since 1968. The organization voted Sunday to end an agreement to host one of the organization’s 4 largest men’s professional leagues at the Donald Trump golf course, where organizers believe using the course would be ‘harmful’ With the international standard and professional reputation of the PGA Tour. .
The track is owned by the outgoing US president, whose business is also managed by a representative of the Trump Organization. ‘Incredibly disappointed’ Because of the decision. “This is a breach of a binding contract and they do not have the right to terminate the agreement.” The spokesman added.
“It has become clear that running the PGA Championship in the Trump Bidminster tournament will be detrimental to the US PGA brand and threaten the PGA’s ability to stage its programs in the future and maintain the continuity of the tournament.” Said Jim Richerson, president of the American PGA.
“We made this decision so that American and professional PGA players could continue to play a leading role in the sport for decades to come and further enhance the reputation of our game.” he added.
New Jersey stadium, which was to be the site of the PGA World Sports Tournament in 2022, is one of the 17 golf courses managed by Donald Trump. Another popular course, the Turnberry Course in Ayrshire, Scotland, will also be disqualified by the R&A (Royal and Legacy) International Sports Organization during its Open Championships, until 2024, of course. So far, the future venues of the Open Golf Series have been completed, which do not include Donald Trump’s Scottish stadium. The Turnberry Ailsa track has previously hosted the R&A Open four times, the first in 1977 and the last in 2009. Other companies in the Trump Organization will also have to incur a series of losses due to Donald Trump’s behavior in recent months. Earlier, a real estate company selling a luxury Donald Trump hotel in Washington unilaterally terminated its contract with the organization, citing the blockade of the Capitol.