Team USA's victorious 2017 Presidents Cup team received the gold trophy from President Donald Trump who kept his remarks brief.
Golfweek's David Dusek on the presidential arrival and visit.
Things got off to a rocky start when the President hit send on a Tweet that criticized his predecessors.
The full transcript for those eager to relive the moment, the video and the text:
PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP: They are very talented, and they really are people that have good hearts. I want to congratulate the Internationals.
On behalf of all of the people of Texas, of all of the people of -- if you look today, if you see what's happening, how horrible it is but we have it under really great control, Puerto Rico, and the people of Florida, who are really suffering over this last short period of time with hurricanes. I want to just remember them and we are going to dedicate this trophy to all of those people that went through so much.
And I tell you what, I've been watching this from the beginning, and I have to say our Team USA, wow, did you play well.
That great putter that I've been copying his putting stroke for many, many years, but it hasn't worked; Steve Stricker. We're going to present Steve with the trophy. I want to thank everybody. This is a special group of folks, tremendous money is donated to charity by the TOUR every year.
Stricker said it was a great honor to be the first captain to receive the cup from a sitting President of the United States, Will Gray reports.
The circumstances led to some fascinating scenes, including this sight of Commissioner Jay Monahan having been commissioned by Dustin Johnson and Paulina Gretzky for a photo with Donald Trump.