BEDMINSTER, N.J. — Donald Trump is considering spending eternity next to the fifth fairway of his golf club in northern New Jersey.
Trump is considering seeking state approval to put a 1.5-acre burial ground next to Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, a consultant for the dealmaker told The Star-Ledger.
It would be available for club members to rest in peace, consultant Ed Russo said, adding that a section could be saved for Trump and his kin.
The plan would also make the club available for late golfers to have their ashes spread there.
Trump previously has considered making the course his fairway to heaven. But he decided in 2007 not to build a big family mausoleum in the Somerset County community.
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