There have been a few "I won't vote for Donald Trump because I've played golf with him" stories, but also one Lou Holtz endorsement because he loved the service at a Trump golf property. Politics is dirty business!
Still, Oscar De La Hoya sharing his golf story from a day with the presumptive nominee at Trump National Los Angeles--as written up by Lance Pugmire of the LA Times--is fun to visualize. I'm just teasing you with the punch line...hit the link for the full story.
“We get up there [to the green] and he’s like, ‘Oh, my ball’s right here!’ Three feet away. ‘And by the way, I’m going to pick it up, it’s a gimme,’” De La Hoya said.
“You don’t do that in golf,” De La Hoya said, adding there were no side games in play where money was exchanged.
“No money at all, how can I win?” De La Hoya said. “I’m not [voting] for someone who cheats in golf.”
Of course, another former President was known to fudge the mulligan rules. Oh, and his wife will be running for President against Trump. What a world.