"Turnberry is one of the 10 courses, " said Martin Slumbers, R&A's chief executive, at last year's Open.
"Hey @POTUS you should just host a tournament the same week as the 2022 PGA championship at your course", Murray tweeted.
The R&A has announced that it will not be staging any of its championships at Turnberry for the "foreseeable future" as the furore surrounding the Ayrshire resort's owner, United States president Donald Trump, continues to escalate. He said sometimes cops "choke" and "make a bad decision".
"We will continue to promote the game of golf on every level and remain focused on operating the finest golf courses anywhere in the world".
The Trump Organization said in a statement to the AP that it has "a lovely partnership with the PGA of America" and is "incredibly disappointed" with the decision.
"Seth Waugh, the PGA of America's CEO, was a banker and has an alert eye for high-risk exposure".
The British Open golf championship will not be staged at the Turnberry course in Scotland owned by U.S. President Donald Trump for the "foreseeable future", tournament organizers announced Monday.
The US president's divisive rhetoric has long posed a problem for a game he has been identified with.
"The damage could have been irreparable". The Tour insisted at the time the decision was not related to Trump's politics but admitted attracting a sponsor for the tournament had been challenging.
"I am sorry to lose those opportunities, but am also confident that our residents and businesses will rebound without the PGA event", Jacobs said. However, in 2015, it canceled its PGA Grand Slam of Golf at Trump National Los Angeles Gold Club after the then-presidential candidate referred to Mexicans as "rapists" and people who are "bringing crime" and "bringing drugs". "We think we'll have a bunch of options".