Former United States president Donald Trump is known for his love of golf.
He spent more time playing golf than he did working during his tenure at the Oval Office, his critics have alleged.
And despite having a funky looking swing, Trump is known to hit a fairly decent ball.
Over the weekend he facetimed Bryson DeChambeau at his Florida course in Palm Beach.
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Trump and a group of players were enjoying a fun competition at his course when they decided to call DeChambeau.
DeChambeau was getting some well-needed rest in the Bahamas before he returns to action on the PGA Tour.
Trump was reportedly impressed watching DeChambeau compete on his debut at the Pro Long Driver's Association World Championship.
And he would have been impressed too when he got a glimpse of Bobby Bradley's swing.
Bradley is the founder of Royalty Sports, a former baseball player and now an entrepreneur who runs the Instagram page Long Drivers.
"Shall I just fly it over everybody?" he asks in the clip.
Trump, 75, responds: "Just beat the living hell out of it".
Bradley duly obliges and launches one into the stratosphere.
His group are impressed and so is Trump.
Trump is never out of the headlines and is reportedly launching a new social media platform called "Truth".