Trump often boasts of donating his White House pay, but taxpayers are shelling out much larger sums for his hobby.
The 2019 Masters champion continues his career resurrection in Japan.
“He’s pretty good, but probably not quite as good as he thinks he is,” the actor told Jimmy Fallon.
"It's Jersey," the golf great said in a "Tonight Show" sketch. "It's probably a body."
The 2020 Democratic presidential candidate said when her shot went awry, the bird "appeared to perish."
The "Jimmy Kimmel Live" host thinks the president has a little bit too much time on his hands.
“I’m not gonna have time to go play golf,” Trump says in the mocking supercut of his past comments.
Mayor Sadiq Khan quipped that the U.S. president was "clearly busy dealing with a hurricane out on the golf course."
Mayor Sadiq Khan criticized the president for visiting his golf course in Virginia as the Category 4 storm approached.
Trump took a helicopter Saturday from the Camp David presidential retreat in Maryland to his property in Virginia.
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.
The lightning struck the top of a tree and shattered the bark from all the way to the bottom.
In a Monday press conference, Curry credited a former Howard student for urging him to revitalize the long-shuttered program.
President Donald Trump is using goats to get a tax break at his Bedminster golf course.
Trump owns eight goats and farms 113 acres of hay at his New Jersey golf resort, slashing his property tax bill by some $88,000 a year.
Conservative group Judicial Watch criticized Obama for spending $106 million for travel over his two full terms. Trump's golf tab surpassed that in just 30 months.
Turning Point USA, the nation's largest college Republican group, apparently projected the image at its summit by mistake.
An RNC fundraiser could put hundreds of thousands of dollars into his own business, while the getaway will bring his taxpayer-paid golf tab to $109.2 million.
Meet Ben the Cat, ruler of the putting green.
The candidate who used to hammer Barack Obama for golfing too much is on track to play two and a half times as much as his predecessor and at three times the cost to taxpayers.