Turnberry golf course

Clients were given the option of hiding the Trump name on the Sikorsky helicopter in a bid to boost business, The Scotsman reported.
It remains unclear whether the military exceeded its own limits on lodging expenses to put service members up in the president's hotel.
Walter Shaub asked in a lengthy Twitter thread if Trump has "created a culture where officials believe he wants people to stay at his properties."
A contract between Glasgow Prestwick Airport and the U.S. Defense Logistics Agency has been “kicked in the long grass.”
Glasgow Prestwick Airport "routinely" arranges lodging for American military during refueling layovers, a spokesperson told The Scotsman newspaper.
"We must ... be considerate of perceptions of not being good stewards of taxpayer funds," the Air Force said in a statement.
As House investigators probe suspicious refueling stops, the Defense Department has a longer, pricier deal beginning in October, The Scotsman reports.
Congress is already looking into various ways the Trump administration has sought to direct business to the president's properties.
“We have worked hard to make Turnberry a wonderful holiday park and are concerned that customers are put off due to the Trump effect."
The news has prompted renewed questions about whether Trump is unethically profiting from the presidency.
"We are local and we want to be heard," one Scottish protester said.
The president didn't arrive at his Turnberry resort until a day after the vote.