PGA Tour pro golfer Phil Mickelson has been chosen to re-design an 18-hole course in Tabanan, Bali, that will be re-launched as Trump International Golf Club.
Bordering the Indian Ocean, the current layout, known as Nirwana Bali Golf Club will close all operations at the end of this month to undergo complete transformation under Mickelson and his eponymous design team.
“I’ve been fortunate to work on some great projects, but to contribute to what will be a six-star property is a rare and fabulous opportunity,” Mickelson said in a release. “The site is breath-taking and we will create a golf experience that presents both exciting options for players on the course and memories for a lifetime.”
Mickelson’s other design projects include Whisper Rock Golf Club in Arizona as well as ongoing projects like Mickelson National Golf Club in Calgary, Canada, and Mickelson Shanghai International in China.
“Phil Mickelson’s track record as a professional golfer speaks for itself and we are thrilled to have his vision and talent for our latest development in such a beautiful location,” said Eric Trump, executive vice president of the Trump Organization.