TURNBERRY, SCOTLAND – JULY 15: U.S. President Donald Trump plays a round of golf at Trump Turnberry Luxury Collection Resort during the U.S. President’s first official visit to the United Kingdom on the 15. July 2018 in Turnberry, Scotland. (Photo: Leon Neal/Getty Images)
President Trump has its own green new deal.
The President, according to The Washington Post, paid $ 50,000 out of his own pocket, to the Installation of a new room-sized golf simulator in the White house, replaced a less sophisticated version installed, which during the Obama administration.
The President, who has more than a dozen Golf courses, is an avid golfer.
Simulators allow golfers to play virtual rounds on famous courses from around the world. Trump is the new simulator was reported to be installed sometime in the last couple of weeks in a room in the White House residence, the Post, citing an administration official.
TRUMP GOLF WITH THE Great TIGER WOODS AND JACK NICKLAUS AT HIS FLORIDA CLUB
The Washington Post suggested that the simulator could be made, of TrackMan, a Danish company that says it made simulators for trump courses in Florida, Virginia, and Scotland. According to the company’s website, the players can play virtually the famous courses, such as Innisbrook, Muirfield Village, Albany, PGA National, and the St. Andrews Links courses.
Earlier this month, the President played Trump National Jupiter Florida, with golf legends Jack Nicklaus and Tiger Woods.
After the round, the President took to comment on Twitter to, compliment, Nicklaus, and Woods’ game.
“Everyone is wondering how Tiger played yesterday. The answer is Super!!! He was a long straight and putted fantastically well. He shot a 64. Tiger is back & win the Majors again!” Trump tweeted. “Not surprisingly, Jack also played very well. His putting is amazing!!! Jack and Tiger like each other.”
Other presidents have installed, practice golf greens in the White house: President Dwight Eisenhower installed a putting green in 1954, and President Bill Clinton had moved the green to a new location outside the West Wing during his presidency.