LOOK: Tiger Woods plays golf with President-elect Donald Trump
Big Cat and The Donald teed it up on Friday in Florida
Tiger Woods, still sporting his fresh Mac Daddy Santa goatee, played golf on Friday with United States President-elect Donald Trump in Florida. The duo played at Trump International Golf Club in West Palm Beach, Florida, and it apparently came about because of Woods.
Trump apparently has not played much golf since being elected at the beginning of November. This was his first round, according to The Hill. That report also states the duo played 18 holes with four other participants.
Trump is apparently a fan of Woods being back from his injury (as we all are). Woods played in the Hero World Challenge at the beginning of December and led the field in birdies.
We now have confirmation that Woods will have played with four of the last five presidents after Trump takes office in January. The only one we are not sure about is George W. Bush.
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