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The golfing legend was the only one in the vehicle, the Los Angeles sheriff said.
Pro golfer Jon Rahm skipped a ball across a pond, onto the green, and into the hole during a Masters practice round.
Tom Brady and Phil Mickelson took on Tiger Woods and Peyton Manning in a charity event for coronavirus relief.
Kayleigh McEnany was talking about Barack Obama, not Donald Trump. And she was referring to the death of journalist Daniel Pearl in 2002, when Obama was an Illinois state senator.
This is the first time President Trump has played golf since he declared the coronavirus a national emergency.
The top-ranked McIlroy, who has played golf with Trump, ripped the president's "terrible" leadership in the coronavirus pandemic.
Trump criticised predecessor Barack Obama for spending too much time playing golf — but is on track to pass Obama’s eight-year total in just four years.
Mayor Sadiq Khan criticized the president for visiting his golf course in Virginia as the Category 4 storm approached.
President Donald Trump claims he won’t make “any money” if the next G-7 summit is held at his own golf resort, but he’s no stranger to turning a buck from government business.
Turning Point USA, the nation's largest college Republican group, apparently projected the image at its summit by mistake.
The president refused to visit the capital, Dublin, and instead insisted that the prime minister meet him at or near his Doonbeg golf course on the Atlantic Coast.
“Golf is literally a sport to see who can play the least golf.”
This is golfer Woods’ most high-profile relationship since he dated Olympic skier Lindsey Vonn.
He continually slammed Obama for golfing, but has visited his golf clubs at least 91 times in the last year.
"This is a dream come true," he said. "I'm going to remember this forever."
Eat, play and fly your way around America's playground.
Leishman jumps to fourth in the tour standings after his five-stroke win.
WASHINGTON ― American taxpayers know they are spending tens of millions of dollars to ferry President Donald Trump to his