Bryson DeChambeau described a recent round as “truly an honor” after becoming the latest PGA Tour pro to tee it up with President Donald Trump.
DeChambeau was part of a Dec. 26 foursome at Trump International Golf Club in Florida that included President Trump as well as former PGA Tour player Dana Quigley and Sen. David Perdue (R-GA).
It was truly an honor to play with The President, Senator Perdue and Dana Quigley at his incredible course in Palm Beach today. It was a day I will never forget! It also never hurts to come back strong on the back nine to win the match! The President is definitely used to doing that!
“It was a day I will never forget,” DeChambeau wrote in an Instagram post. “It also never hurts to come back strong on the back nine to win the match! The President is definitely used to doing that!”
DeChambeau’s round with Trump came days after the Commander-in-Chief teed it up with PGA Tour pros Justin Thomas, Daniel Berger and Jim Herman in Florida on Dec. 23. It caps an eventful year for DeChambeau, 24, who earned his first career Tour victory at the John Deere Classic in July.