Trump National Golf Club (Jupiter, Florida)

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Trump National Golf Club, Jupiter
Club information
Location Jupiter, Florida, U.S.
Type Private
Total holes 18
Designed by Jack Nicklaus
Par 72
Length 7,531-yard (6,886 m)
Course rating 0.0

Trump National Golf Club, Jupiter is a private golf club in Jupiter, Florida with a 7,242-yard (6,622 m) course designed by Jack Nicklaus. It is owned by US President Donald Trump.


The club opened in 2002 as the Ritz-Carlton Golf Club & Spa. Trump purchased the property from Ritz-Carlton in December 2012 for $5 million.[1][2]

After purchasing the property, Trump was sued by former members, and eventually ordered to pay over $5 million in February 2017.[3]

Presidency of Donald Trump

On February 11, 2017 the Golf Club was used by president Trump to host Japanese Prime Minister Shinzō Abe.


  1. ^ Miller, Kimberly (15 November 2012). Donald Trump to buy Ritz-Carlton in Jupiter, Palm Beach Post
  2. ^ Nocera, Joe (26 February 2016). Golfers Say Trump Reneged on Deal, The New York Times
  3. ^ Nesmith, Susannah (1 February 2017). Trump’s ‘Great Again’ Golf Course on Hook for Member Fees, Bloomberg

External links

  • Official website

Coordinates: 26°53′14″N 80°05′23″W / 26.8872°N 80.0896806°W / 26.8872; -80.0896806

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