A stop on Donald Trump's campaign trail just wouldn't be complete without a boast about his golf game.
While in Bluffton, S.C., on Wednesday, the republican presidential candidate was asked who would win if he played President Barack Obama in a round of golf.
"I would win," Trump said. "No, seriously, I would."
During that same stop, however, he refused to reveal his handicap, instead asking members of the audience what their handicaps are, according to the The Wall Street Journal.
President Obama, meanwhile, dodged a similar question this week, joking in a press conference that his recent score at the TPC Stadium Course at PGA West "is classified."
Trump has certainly had some success on the course, but his golf partners seem divided on whether that success was entirely deserved.
Asked about Trump's reputation for bending the rules on the course, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady said that "(Trump) just doesn’t lose," while prolific actor Samuel L. Jackson actually called Trump a cheater.