Tiger Woods Golfs With Donald Trump Again On Thanksgiving!

Jessica Allison
November 27, 2017

Dustin Johnson, one of the longest players on the PGA Tour, was apparently out-driven by Tiger Woods on half the holes during their weekend round with Brad Faxon and Donald Trump. Woods last competed in February, withdrawing after a 77 to open the Omega Dubai Desert Classic. Kanye West, Steve Harvey, and Chrisette Michele (who sung at the inauguration), were all blasted for meeting with Trump who ran a campaign based on racism and hate.

But it's unlikely the round of golf at the president's Trump National Golf Club in Jupiter will be quick.

In early November, Trump was on the golf course with Japanese PGA Tour pro Hideki Matsuyama and Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.

Alluding to Rickie Fowler's remarks that Woods was hitting it "way by" him, Faxon seconded the driving power displayed by Tiger.

This isn't the first time he and Woods have gone golfing together.

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About 15 minutes before 7 a.m., the president fired off his first tweet of the day, attacking the NFL and its players who continue to protest during the national anthem.

President Trump has largely avoided mentioning his trips to the golf course since taking office.


The 41-year-old Woods hasn't played a competitive round of golf since the Farmers Insurance Open in January due to a back injury.

This week, after the presidential entourage arrived in Florida, the White House had to correct itself after a spokesperson initially said she was expecting a "low-key day" while the president spent time at the Florida resort.

During that round, Trump posted a video of himself swinging a golf club. "I'm not going to have time to go play golf".

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