The Emperor is in somber, alleviating his control over his own territory. Just as Donald Trump, failed to hold his prestige with the US PGA Tour confirming the first World Golf Championship event of the year will no longer be played at the US Republican presidential candidate’s Doral venue. The tournament, formerly known as the WGC-Cadillac Championship, will be shifted to Mexico City from the next year.
Trump agitates “The PGA Tour has had a 55-year vow to the Doral society, the greater Miami area and the charities that have benefitted from the tournament. We need to explore all options in respect of the event’s future after the completion of the 2016 tournament”.
Speaking to the press, Trump reacted in a startled manner, says “I just heard the PGA Tour is taking their tournament out of Miami and moving it to Mexico. I hope they are kidnapping insurance. What is going on here? It is so sad if you see what is going on in our country”.
Asked about the budge, Irish prominent golfer, Rory McIlroy remarked “It is quite sarcastic; we are going to Mexico after being at Doral. We will jump over the wall”. The wall here has been referred to Trump, further said that he wants to build a relation between Mexico and US in a bid to curb illicit immigration.
Donald told yesterday “The PGA Tour has put a great impact of thousands of American jobs, millions of dollars for local populaces and charities and the enjoyment of millions of fans who make the tournament an annual tradition. But what is happening is not considerable”.
The WGC held at each march at Doral, which Trump bought in 2012 carried lustrous prize money of $9.5m. At the closing day of the contest, Trump used to appear with his lengthy speech with the PGA Tour’s commissioner Tim Finchem.
Under new wrapper, Grupo Salinas has agreed a seven-year deal contract to move the event to the Chapultepec resort on the fringes of Mexico City after Cadillac’s sponsorship ended this year.