Donald Trump is the most prominent figure interested in building a golf resort on an 840-dunam (210-acre) site on the Mediterranean coast, which the Israel Land Administration Council will approve for sale in a month, after years of delay, sources informed Globes.The golf course is adjacent to the Nitzanim Nature Reserve. The project includes an 18-hole course, 650 hotel recreation units, a convention hall, country club, and commercial space. A few months ago, representatives of Trump examined the site and the plans for it. After the visit, in a letter to Ashkelon Mayor Benny Vaknin, Trump said, "I am excited about the plans to build a world-class golf center along the beautiful Mediterranean coast. I have great affection for Israel and its people, and I believe that Israel is a worthy place to be included in the list of communities which host Trump golf centers."