Watch | Trump criticized Obama for playing golf, but he does it himself.
President Trump has a complicated relationship with golf.
He owns 17 courses worldwide and has played at some of them several times since becoming President. Trump National Golf Club Jupiter and Trump International Golf Course are a short drive from his Palm Beach residence, Mar-a-Lago.
But before and during his campaign, he repeatedly criticized former President Obama for playing golf on the job. Obama played roughly 306 rounds of golf while in office, CNN reports.
While Trump's aides could not confirm that he played golf every time he visited Mar-a-Lago, but he has visited his courses six times in his first month in office, CNN reports. Social media posts and interviews make it clear he played golf during most of those visits.
For instance, while hosting Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, Trump golfed with Abe and top golf pro Ernie Els.
This photo from the links was posted to his official social media feeds.
He also played a round with Rory McIlroy. An aide said they only played "a couple of holes."
For context, the Obama administration rarely let reporters take photos of Obama golfing, but aides would tell reporters who he was golfing with.
While our wonderful president was out playing golf all day, the TSA is falling apart, just like our government! Airports a total disaster!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 21, 2016
Trump repeatedly blamed America's problems on Obama playing golf while in office.
He used Obama's golf habit as an insult.
He complained about the cost of golf. Reports say Trump family travel could cost millions.
Can you believe that,with all of the problems and difficulties facing the U.S., President Obama spent the day playing golf.Worse than Carter— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 14, 2014
He even suggested Obama's golf habit made him among the worst presidents ever.
[Obama] played more golf last year than Tiger Woods. We don't have time for this....We have to work.
Overall, on Twitter alone, Trump has mentioned golf 621 times. In 25 of those tweets, he referenced Obama. The others were a combination of promotions for his own courses or quotes by legendary golfers like Arnold Palmer and Sam Snead.
On the campaign trail, he implied he wouldn't have time to golf.
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