In 2014, Trump International Gold Links Ireland Enterprises bought the 18-hole Doonbeg golf course, located along Ireland's coastline, it's one of the most beautiful courses in the country.
The company had plans on building "protection structures" around certain holes of the course in an attempt to prevent further damage caused by storms and erosion.
Trump International soughted planning permission to construct two 627 meters and 257 meters sea barries, which was initially approved by Clare County Council three years ago.
The plans have now taken a huge hit, after Ireland's planning appeals authority, An Bord Pleanála, came to a decision that the proposed walls could damage the natural coastal sand dunes and therefore overturned the decision.
"The main element of the development comprises the construction of two new coastal protection structures at the strand side of the dunes, one located at the southern end of the site and a second smaller structure to be located at the northern end," the report showed.