It's a maximum of 175 euros ($234) for a round at Donald Trump's golf course in Doonbeg on the west coast of Ireland. The manicured greens and rugged dunes offer a decent challenge to any sporting hopeful against the backdrop of some of the most stunning scenery in the country.
However, below the surface of a golfing paradise for many American tourists lies much-needed development. The Trump Organization is battling on many fronts: a receding coastline, wind turbines that could radically change the vista and an endangered microscopic snail that needs preservation and constant surveillance.
Trump's investment of a reported 15 million euros ($20 million) back in February looks like a bargain, but that bargain is at risk of turning sour. The eighteenth green is just one area that is in danger of falling into the sea as fierce winter winds, 30-meter waves and driving rain has chipped away at the landscape.