Biden hit the links for the first golf game after the oath of office

President Biden hit the connections for the main golf game of his presidency Saturday in an unannounced visit that appeared to shock neighborhood programmers.

Frightened individuals from the Wilmington Country Club, 10 minutes from Biden’s Delaware home, were seen whipping out their PDAs to record the president’s landing in the 36-opening office.

He jump started with guide Steve Ricchetti and Ron Olivere, the White House said. Olivere is the dad of Hallie Biden, the widow of Biden’s late child Beau — and previous admirer of Hunter Biden, his outrage scarred more youthful child.

Biden has had the game at the forefront of his thoughts lately: the outing came one day after his wince commendable reference to Masters golf champion Hideki Matsuyama as a “Japanese kid” in a public interview with Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga.

When positioned as one of golf-frantic Washington’s top media players by Golf Digest, Biden enjoyed a reprieve from the connections during a year ago’s official mission. His first open endeavor onto the course comes 87 days after he made the vow of office.

It will take a lot more trips to get up to speed to his archetypes’ tremendous cravings for the game. President Trump played in any event 150 rounds during his presidency at the greens he possesses in Virginia, Florida, and New Jersey. President Obama jump started in excess of multiple times during his two terms in office.