Former US President Donald Trump won a regional senior golf tournament.
Golf Week, an American golf media outlet, reported on the 24th that former President Trump had won the Senior Club Championship held at Trump International Golf Club in West Palm Beach, Florida last week through his social media. This golf course is owned by former President Trump.
He added, “Former President Trump was unable to play on his first day because he was attending the funeral of Lynette Hardaway, who was a supporter of the Republican Party during the first round of this game. He instead played the same course on the previous Thursday and submitted the report card to the tournament management team to replace the first round result.”
Submitting grades in advance is not allowed in general professional competitions, but it seems that this was considered because it was an amateur competition.
Former President Trump did not appear in the first round, but with the results he submitted first, he ranked first, 5 points ahead of second place, and won the second round held on Sunday by adding 40 points. The game was held in the Stableford method, in which separate points were given and added up according to the performance of birdies, pars, and bogeys. 스포츠토토
After winning, Trump said, “It’s an honor to win at the finest golf course in America.” “I hit straight, I hit far. I was able to win because I have excellent strength and stamina. I have enough strength and stamina to rule the country.”
Former President Trump was known as a ‘golf fanatic’ who loved golf from his youth.
Despite his 191cm tall body, he hit a long hit with a strong downswing and impact with a stable attitude. At one time, he maintained the level of ‘gosu’ enough to maintain his handicap with a handicap of 2.8, and has a history of winning more than 19 times in various amateur golf competitions such as club champion.
“The basics of the swing are solid and the power is great,” said British Golf World, covering a special article at the time of President Trump’s inauguration in 2017. ” he analyzed. At the same time, he said, “In light of his usual behavior, it made me doubt that there would be bluffing in golf skills. But he wasn’t bragging about his golf skills.”
Former President Trump often played golf even after he left office.
In October of last year, he competed in the LIV Golf Invitational Series Pro-Am held at his own golf course in Miami, Florida, and earlier in April of last year, he made a hole-in-one at a golf course in Palm Beach, where Golf Hall of Fame member Ernie Els (South Africa) ) was one of the companions.