He claims to have a handicap of 2.8, and Donald Trump isn't the first US President to have enjoyed time on the golf course.
Sixteen of the last 19 presidents have played golf. Here, President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden putt on the White House putting green in 2009.
President George W. Bush tips his hat after teeing off on the first hole at the Andrews Air Force Base golf course on September 28, 2003.
President Bill Clinton watches as his first tee shot heads off the course and into the trees during a round of golf at the Farm Neck Golf Club of Martha's Vineyard during a family vacation on August 23, 1999. He took a second shot and it landed in the same area. Clinton was known for taking Mulligans, a do-over shot in a friendly match. The press even coined a term for them -- "Billigans."
President George H.W. Bush tees off on the fourth hole at Spyglass Golf Course during the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am on February 28, 1994, in California.
President Ronald Reagan putts a golf ball on Air Force One on November 16, 1985.
President Gerald Ford plays golf during a working vacation on Mackinac Island in Michigan on July 13, 1975.
President Richard Nixon and Attorney General John Mitchell play golf at the Los Angeles Country Club in 1969.
President Dwight D. Eisenhower drives down the fairway at Turnberry golf course during a weekend stay at Culzean Castle on the Ayrshire coast of Scotland on September 5, 1959. Eisenhower often carried a club in the Oval Office and took swings while dictating to his secretary.
President Warren Harding, left, gets ready for gold on the Piping Rock Golf Links on Long Island in 1921. He's with Howard Whitney, second from left, president of the U.S. Golf Association, Percy Pyne and American industrialist J. Leonard Replogle.
President Woodrow Wilson plays golf in 1916. He played more golf than any other president, reportedly logging more than 1,000 rounds in his two terms.
President William Taft, the 27th U.S. president, putts on the green in Chevy Chase, Maryland, on June 28, 1909. He is said to be the first presidential golfer.