Relex confirms championship golf course and country club development opportunity in Vladivostok

Professional golfer Sandy Lyle considers his next shot. Lyle has agreed to work with Relex and Y!2B on its proposed professional golf course in Vladivostok, Russia.

World Golf Hall of Fame member Sandy Lyle has agreed to work with Relex Development and Y!2B Vladivostok to create a championship golf course and country club in the leisure city of Vladivostok.

The development project joins an incubator of numerous projects in the quickly developing city of Vladivostok, the cryptocurrency capital of Russia.

Vladivostok is currently hosting the Eastern Economic Forum, attended by Russian President Vladimir Putin, Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, and Chinese President Xi Jinping. South Korean Prime Minister Lee Nak-yeon and Mongolian President Khaltmaagiin Battulga, among other delegates, were also in attendance.. The event has already brought $42 billion USD in deals to Russia.

The who’s-who of leaders gathered in Russia for this event underscores Vladivostok’s growing international importance and implies its proximity to the Asian continent.

There are currently no professional golf courses in the Vladivostok area, despite the high number of official delegates and emissaries that visit the city.

Koreans alone spend $13 billion USD on golf every year, and many Koreans travel to play golf. The short two-hour flight to and from Korea makes Vladivostok a good destination for golf travel.

Two-thousand-five-hundred acres of land have already been selected for the golf course, dwarfing the five hundred acres needed for most professional greens.

Scott Macpherson Golf Design has been selected to design the course after a detailed topographical map is made of the area.

In addition to the professional golf course, developers want to create a hotel and conference center, luxury residences in the woodlands, a winter skiing resort, equestrian center, and a health and rejuvenation spa. They seek input from the Relex proxy developer community.

One of the other options currently being discussed is setting aside some land for a deer farm, on which deer would be humanely cultivated and cared for in order to farm their antlers, a process that does not hurt the deer as there are no nerves in the antlers. It’s a painless and renewable resource that has high demand from Chinese and New Zealand herb shops, which often mix the powderized antlers with honey as a nutritional supplement.

Undoubtedly there would be interest from the China-Russia border city of Suifenhe. Suifenhe, despite being a Chinese city, has a Russian focus — shops are also named in Russian, and the Russian ruble is accepted just like China’s RMB.

Relex’s Chief Investment Adviser John Bonar is attending the Eastern Economic Forum in Vladivostok.

The above announcement is the twentieth of thirty consecutive days of news brought to you by Relex Development.

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