Trump Organization and PGA reach settlement over 2022 Championship dispute

“The Trump Organization’s contribution to the golf community is appreciated,” the PGA of America said in a statement. “We are grateful that the company employs hundreds of dedicated PGA professionals and constantly gives back to the golf community by hosting charity events and sponsoring junior golf programs. As reported in 2014, upon announcement, Trump Bedminster is a major championship-worthy golf course and in a portfolio with some of the best private and public golf courses anywhere in the world.

Eric Trump, the son of the former president and executive vice president of the Trump Organization, also released a statement on the deal: “We have great respect for the work of the PGA. Over the past 20 years, we have enjoyed working with the PGA to provide our club members and the public with some of the finest golf experiences in the world. We look forward to continuing to support the mission of the PGA and its professionals, who are the best in the golf industry.

But the 2022 PGA Championship still won’t be played at Trump’s New Jersey golf course. He was moved to the Southern Hills Country Club in Tulsa, Okla.

The PGA dispute is just one of many ramifications the former president’s company faced after his supporters revolted on Capitol Hill on Jan.6 in an attempt to prevent Congress from certifying the electoral victory of Joe Biden. In the days and weeks following the insurgency, several investors and business partners of the Trump Organization terminated their contracts with the company.

Besides PGA, financial institutions Deutsche Bank and Signature Bank have said they will no longer do business with Trump or his company. New York City also severed all public contracts with the Trump Organization, and online e-commerce company Shopify has taken down its Trump-related sites.

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