Thanks to reader John for Jeff Mapes' Oregonian story on Donald Trump vs. Mike Keiser, with the Bandon developer's take on Trump's jabs at minimalism.
"We're more in the Oregon mode that more is less," says Keiser in a phone interview. "You won't find a fountain at Bandon Dunes."
As the Bandon Dunes courses have grown in stature over the last decade, Trump has kept up a steady stream of ridicule.
"You know, everyone crows about Bandon Dunes," Trump told Links magazine in 2010 as he was starting to build a links course north of Aberdeen, Scotland. "Well, I've been to Bandon Dunes. The views there are no better than what we have, and the dunes themselves are like little toys compared to our dunes."
The author always quotes this website's April 1, 2014 story on Trump buying Bandon and the frightened reaction Keiser received. Sorry Mike!
As for The Donald's love of fountains inspired by the palaces of the Middle East, the Daily Record says a second Turnberry fountain is coming for that extra special arrival experience that just screams Scotland.
The billionaire has submitted plans to demolish the resort’s current water feature.
In its place will stand a new fountain boasting lions, big cats and crowned by the ancient Centurion.
Mr Trump has already spent £100,000 on a similar trademark feature down below at his new £5 million clubhouse.
But the hotel version, a massive 40 feet in diameter, will weigh in at DOUBLE the size.