Former President Donald Trump showed off his beautiful golf swing at the LIV Golf Pro-Am on his home course in Doral.
In the season finale for the LIV Golf team events, some of the best players in the world have descended upon Trump’s Florida property.
It would appear that Trump’s popularity in the sports world is growing, as players like Aaron Rodgers have shown support for the Former President.
Donald Trump has been a brilliant host to his guests but has also shown them that he hasn’t lost his golf skill in recent years.
Former President Trump teeing off in the LIV Golf Pro-Am today at his course in Doral
— Yianni Kourakis (@WPBF_Yianni) October 27, 2022
That’s right! Trump hits the ball and you immediately hear fans of the former president yelling “good ball”.
It’s safe to assume that his drive was pounded into the center of the fairway on this swing.
Trump decided that that one success wasn’t enough for him on this tee box, so he immediately took a shot at Joe Biden after picking up his tee.
“Do you think Biden could do that?” Trump asked onlookers. “I don’t think so. I don’t think so.”
That claim is likely not going to be fact-checked by left-wing media, and I assure you that Trump would dominate Biden in a round of golf.
Later in the round, on the 8th hole, Trump showed that he still has the grit that won him the presidency in 2016.
With distractions aplenty, car horns blaring, and a plane flying overhead, Donald thumped another driver into the fairway as the American flag flew at the end of the shot.
Nice drive off 8 for President Trump. pic.twitter.com/YkChZVtNZK
— BeatinTheBookie.com®️ (@BeatinTheBookie) October 27, 2022
After Trump gave us a taste of the state of his golf game, he shared his stance on the ongoing legal battles between LIV Golf and the PGA Tour.
“It’s big time and it’s big-time money. It’s unlimited money. They love golf and the Saudis have done a fantastic job,” Trump said about the LIV Golf tour. “It’s different, the enthusiasm.”
In 2017, the PGA Tour cut ties with Trump-owned golf courses by moving a long-running tour event away from Doral.
That tournament was moved to Mexico, in what many considered to be a slight against Trump and his hard-on-immigration policy at the time.
“They never wanted to go to Mexico, Ill tell you that,” Trump said, talking about PGA Tour professional players. “They went and that didn’t work out too well.”
Now, Trump’s Doral golf course is hosting a massive event for the PGA Tour’s biggest competitor in the history of golf.
Trump took some time to warn the PGA Tour of what is coming if they cannot come to a deal with LIV Golf.
“A lot of other people are coming over. Big names, they’re coming over. The star system is very important in sports. If you don’t have the star system, you’re not going to be successful,” Trump warned.
“Ultimately, I think, maybe, something gets worked out.”
“Something could have been worked out so easily,” continued Trump “but the [PGA] Tour decided to, as Richard Nixon said, stonewall it.”
It was a great day for the country, as it gets to see replays of Former President Donald Trump’s glorious golf swing on repeat, as he contemplates a 2024 presidential run.
"*" indicates required fields