Washington Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins golfed with President Donald Trump last weekend at Trump’s course in Bedminster, N.J., The Washington Post reports.
Cousins, who called it a “great experience,” is the latest big-name athlete to golf with part-time Palm Beach resident Trump since he became president.
Future NFL Hall of Famer Peyton Manning and professional golfers Ernie Els and Rory McIlroy have also joined President Trump on the links. Trump’s presidential golf companions have also included Republican Sens. Rand Paul and Bob Corker and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.
While he was president-elect, Trump golfed in December with Tiger Woods at Trump International Golf Club in unincorporated West Palm Beach.
The Palm Beach Post estimates the round with Cousins on Saturday was the 22nd time Trump has played golf as president.
The number is difficult to pinpoint because the White House — no doubt mindful of Trump’s frequent criticisms of former President Barack Obama‘s golf habits — rarely reveals whether the president is playing golf.
Obama golfed 333 times as president, according to Mark Knoller of CBS News. That’s a rate of once every 8.8 days he was in office.
Today is the 147th day of Trump’s presidency. Based on the Post’s estimate of 22 golf outings, that’s a rate of once every 6.7 days in office.