George Sorial, vice president and legal counsel to the Trump Organisation, made the remarks after meeting campaign group Communities Against Turbines Scotland (Cats), which the tycoon will bankroll in a bid to block an 11-turbine scheme in the North Sea, 2.7 miles from his development at the Menie Estate in Aberdeenshire.
Mr Sorial said: "The links experience is something that is unique to Scotland. It was created here and for generations people have been coming here to enjoy it.
"We are creating a top of the line product here and we have a tourist destination overlooking what is essentially an industrial facility."
Vattenfall, which has proposed the off-shore wind power testing centre, earlier said the development is essential to the growth of the renewables sector with "no reason" it could not co-exist with the golf course.
Mr Sorial said the proposed turbines threatened the hotel arm of the £750 million development.
On reports Mr Trump has offered a £10m fighting fund to Cats, Mr Sorial said: "There is no reason to impose a monetary cap (on our support). We will do whatever we need to do to protect our investment."