President Trump recently had a room-sized "golf simulator" game installed at the White House - a gizmo that will let him play virtual rounds at courses spanning the globe by hitting a ball into a large video screen, The Washington Post reported.
The [White House] official, who spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss details of the president's private residence, said Trump had paid for the new system and the installation personally... According to the Post, "the system replaced an older, less sophisticated golf simulator that had been installed under President Obama". So one can imagine the torture that must come from having access to this incredible machine - which allows the user to play a virtual round at the world's finest real and imagined courses - but simply not having the free time to use it.
However, one White House official insists to the Post that Trump has yet to make use of the simulator, even during lengthy periods of "executive time". "Trump broke the streak on February 2, playing with golf legends Tiger Woods and Jack Nicklaus at Trump's course in Jupiter, Florida".