LONDON – Donald Trump is planning to attend the ceremonial opening of his Turnberry golf complex in Scotland following an extensive revamp.
The Republican presidential contender said in a statement Wednesday that he's looking forward to attending the official opening on June 24 following the 200 million-pound ($290 million) renovation.
He will be coming the day after British voters decide in a referendum whether to stay or leave the 28-country European Union.
Turnberry, which is located on the western coast of Scotland and south of Glasgow, has hosted several British Open tournaments. It reopened to guests Wednesday following the works' completion.
Trump has extensive golf course holdings in several countries. He has described Turnberry as "one of the great resorts of the world."