Donald Trump drives on golf course greens with a golf cart

Donald Trump drives on golf course greens with a golf cart

Donald Trump drives on golf course greens with a golf cart

It would seem that attitude extends to the golf course, where he was filmed committing one of the worst golfing etiquette atrocities earlier this month.

During a recent round reportedly at his club in Bedminster, N.J., Trump sent shivers through the golf community when he - gasp! - drove his cart on the putting green. When the guests ask him how he's playing, Trump replies: "Well until this hole".

"It's the only place you can drive on the green, right?"

You won't find this last guideline in many books of golf etiquette, though, because careening across the green in a cart would have been unthinkable to most if the president of the United States hadn't done it during a weekend round of golf.

Notably, the other carts are parked in the rough grass around the green, which is usually carefully flattened and trimmed so that golfers can putt balls into the hole.

Thanks to a new video published by Twitter user Mike Frank, it appears we've got our answer.

Trump - wearing a Make America Great Again hat - then trundles his vehicle up to Frank.

Generally, one does not drive their golf cart onto the green for a few reasons.

This despite Trump saying during a campaign rally in October: "I'm going to be working for you".

'We have good security, fellas, ' he remarks.

Since taking office in January, President Donald Trump has spent many weekends at his properties playing golf.

Only bested by the news that "Trump has no tapes", President Trump's golf cart shenanigans are certainly bringing viewers to the video of Mr. Trump driving on the green, which is ordinarily frowned upon in golf.

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