Over the last few years, the golf empire of Donald Trump has grown to 14 courses. Some his organization built from scratch, while others were existing but financially troubled properties he bought—like Florida’s Doral—to renovate. For number 15, Trump is going halfway round the world to Dubai, in the United Arab Emirates, where the weak economy slammed the brakes on Dubailand, which was to feature a course designed by Tiger Woods. According to Associated Press, the new Trump International Golf Club will be part of a 28-million-square-foot project also featuring hotels, spas, and homes. Trump hasn’t announced who will design the course, but Tiger’s drawings must be laying about in the desert sand somewhere.