Trump’s golf club is sinking
Golf Club Golf in Huntington Beach, California, is facing financial troubles after the company was forced to cut the amount of time spent playing each round due to a lack of funding.
Golfs Club Golf was founded in 1987, and was bought by Trump in 2005.
The company is still struggling to find a way to continue playing every round, according to reports from the San Diego Union-Tribune and the San Jose Mercury News.
The golf club’s revenue fell from $30 million in 2013 to $20 million in 2015.
According to the San Francisco Chronicle, the company lost nearly $300,000 in 2017 due to its poor financial position.
The club’s president told the San Antonio Express-News that the company has had to lay off 20 employees to survive and that he is not certain whether he will be able to reopen by the end of the year.
According a statement from Golf Club, “the club has been forced to make difficult decisions and reduce the number of rounds that can be played each year.
The board of directors of Golf Club has agreed to reduce the time spent on the golf course by 50 percent in order to make up for these challenges.”
In 2016, the club said it would be reducing its number of players from 15,000 to 10,000 by 2020.
According the San Mateo Times, the board of golf also said that it was considering closing the golf courses for the season if funding for maintenance and maintenance expenses were not increased.
The San Diego Business Journal reported that the club is facing a financial crisis as the company can no longer afford to maintain and refurbish the golf clubs.
The resort recently reported a loss of $5 million.
In 2015, the golf club lost $13 million, the Associated Press reported.
According for the Los Angeles Times, in 2017, the resort reported a $12.6 million loss, citing the San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors’ annual audit report.
The newspaper added that the resort is also in debt.
In 2016 the resort’s owner, Joe Mancuso, said he would sell the resort in the coming weeks.
The owner of the golf company told the Associated News that the board had been told by the county that it would have to make a series of financial decisions in order for the resort to survive, according the newspaper.
Manciso said he was unable to give a timeline on when the resort would reopen, but that it could happen by the beginning of the first quarter of 2019.
According an announcement on the Huntington Beach Golf and Country Club’s website, the Huntington Golf and Club is now seeking a buyer to purchase the resort.
The Huntington Beach Country Club also reported a financial loss of approximately $3 million in 2017.
The county’s auditor’s office said that the county is considering closing its golf courses due to financial difficulties, according Fox News.
According, the county board of supervisors voted to terminate the golf resort’s lease at the end a hearing held on June 20.
The vote was 1-0, according reports.
The owners of the Huntington golf resort are asking the county to save the resort, which is in its 70th year, by reducing the number and types of golf courses that the golfers can play, according a statement released by the board.
The announcement was made at a news conference at the resort on June 17.
The president of the board, Mark J. Soderberg, told the Huntington Post that the Huntington County Board has been looking at the golf industry and the business community, but “there was never a plan for golf in Huntington.”
“It’s not a question of if Huntington will be in trouble,” he added.
“It will be a question how soon Huntington will make a decision.
We are working with the golf community to make sure that the community has a long-term plan for the future.”
In a statement, the Trump campaign wrote that “while the Trump administration continues to be focused on fighting global terrorism, the administration is also making important investments in the United States and the golfing community to grow and revitalize the region.”
Trump did not immediately respond to a request for comment.