The Donald has proposed reviving the Kingdom New Land golf course in southern New Zealand, a site that was once used by President Trump.
Trump told reporters at the White House on Thursday that his plan to revitalize the golf course would take “an eternity.”
“The golf course will be re-branded, it’s going to be rebranded,” Trump said.
“I want it to be a very important thing.”
The Trump Organization declined to comment for this article.
“Kingdom New Lands” is a golf course near Koloa that has been closed since the 1980s.
In the 1980’s and 1990’s, the land was used for the construction of golf courses, tennis courts, and tennis courts for the Royal New Zealand Golf Club.
A large number of golf course and tennis court facilities have been closed due to environmental and development issues.
The project to reopen the land is expected to be completed in 2019, though the land has not been declared a golf area.
The Trump Organization did not respond to a request for comment.
Trump has been using golf courses in New Zealand for his golf courses and golf course services since he won the 2016 presidential election.
In May, Trump opened a golf club in Kahuku, New Zealand.
A golf course at the Royal Kiwi Golf Club is seen in the village of Koloa, near the New Zealand border with South Africa, June 19, 2017.
A golf course is seen at the Kingdom of New Lands Golf Club, near Kolua, New York, in this undated photo provided by the Royal NZ Golf Club and Museum.
Last week, Trump announced the reopening of his golf course.
“We have an incredible, incredible facility here, I have an amazing facility there,” Trump told the New York Times.
“We are going to have a great tournament and we’re going to go to the World Golf Championships.”
Trump said the land, which is the last of its kind in New England, is a “perfect example of the success we’ve had in the golf business.”