TURNBERRY, SCOTLAND – JULY 15: U.S. President Donald Trump plays a turn of golf during Trump Turnberry Luxury Collection Resort during a U.S. President’s initial central revisit to a United Kingdom on Jul 15, 2018 in Turnberry, Scotland. (Photo by Leon Neal/Getty Images)
President Trump recently had a room-sized “golf simulator” diversion commissioned during a White House — a jigger that will let him play practical rounds during courses travelling a creation by attack a turn into a vast video screen, The Washington Post reported.
The links-loving boss can now work on his diversion in a gentle proportions of 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. when he can’t fist in a turn during one of his possess courses.
The new complement — that a boss paid for himself — transposed an archaic simulator that had been commissioned underneath President Obama, a paper reported, citing a span of sources.
The new complement cost about $50,000, and was commissioned someday in a past few weeks in a room in a commander-in-chief’s personal quarters, according to a report.
But Trump has not used it yet, and does not devise to use it during his unstructured “executive time” during a day, when he works a phones and stays on tip of a news, an central said.
Trump has visited his possess courses in Florida, Virginia and New Jersey 72 times given he was sworn in, according to trumpgolfcount.com.
This story creatively seemed in a New York Post.