Who Woulda Thunk: Billionaire Who Placed Replica Dinosaurs All Over His Course In Dispute With Tourney
You may recall an earlier post on Palmer Coolum resort's billionaire owner Clive Palmer and his desire to place replica dinosaurs all over his property, which also hosts this week's Australian PGA (Golf Channel listings suggest we'll get to study the pre-historic life starting Wednesday night at 9 ET).
Birdie Jabour reports that Palmer insists a dispute was resolved "amicably" even after he reportedly locked PGA officials out of his resort over the weekend.
Mr Palmer also placed signs around the Palmer Coolum Resort advertising his project Titanic II in the past few days, much to the chagrin of the organisers of the PGA golf tournament.
Last night he released a statement saying "issues" had been resolved, but he did not specify what the issues were.
"We had some issues with the PGA of Australia which have now been resolved amicably," he said.
Maybe they wanted to paint giant white GUR circle around the T-Rex? Or heaven forbid, declare it an immovable obstruction?