That we know of, whats buried as expenses paid to Mar-A Lago and other courses he owns plus room and board

The HuffPost analysis, which uses figures from the Government Accountability Office, shows that $81 million of taxpayer money has been spent on the President’s two dozen golfing trips to Florida, $17 million has been spent on his 15 trips to golf in New Jersey, and $1 million has been spent at his golf resort in Los Angeles.

In addition, $3 million went towards his two-day trip to Scotland last summer, $1.3 million of which was just for the rental cars for those that joined him for the trip.

The $102 million is, according to the analysis, 255 times the annual presidential salary Trump volunteered not to take upon winning the election. It is also three times the cost of Robert Muller’s investigation of possible Russian interference in the 2016 election, according to the HuffPostanalysis.

Trump has spent nearly 25 percent of his days in office at one of his golf properties for some portion of the day. There have been days where Trump has visited one of his golf clubs and not played golf. He made a 40-minute visit to his T-RUMP National Golf Club in Sterling, Va., and he has made a three-day visit to Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, NJ, to watch the 2017 US Women's Open, unfolding at that club. 

Trump spent a 17-day "working vacation" at Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, NJ, in August, which meant all of those days count as days on his golf courses, even though he didn't necessarily play golf on all of those days.

T-RUMP has played golf with friends, famous people (including golfers Rory McIlroy, Tiger Woods, Dustin Johnson, Daniel Berger, Hideki Matsuyama, Justin Thomas, Bryson DeChambeau and Ernie Els) and for political and diplomatic purposes. 

He played with Kentucky Senator Rand Paul, who has been an opponent of Trump’s health-care reform plans, and South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham, who has become an ally on taxes. 

He played with Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe in February and November in 2017, as well in April 2018. He's played with legendary quarterback Peyton Manning and Tennessee senator Bob Corker. He does seem to struggle with basic etiquette at times, as Donald Trump has driven a golf cart on a green.

We don't know if Trump has played golf every time he shows up to one of his clubs. That's because the Trump Administration has gone out of its way to bar the White House press pool from shadowing President Trump when he goes to his golf clubs. That means Trump could be playing golf, or he could be hitting golf balls on the range, or he could be twiddling his thumbs. We don’t know, and the T-RUMP Administration won’t say.  Obviously he has played GOLF when national news required a President not a golfer.

TIP: Don’t drive  your cart n the greens, Donald.  And show some human compassion, try caring about others beside yourself, you might make heaven one day.

Donald T-RUMP  who has played some 188 plus days apparently has no clue that he’s not supposed to drive a golf cart on putting greens.  Twitter user Mike Frank shared video Tuesday of the 45th President apparently using a golf cart to drive on the greens at T-RUMP National Golf Club in Bedminster, NJ, during one of his trips to one of his 17 owned-or-operated courses.   

He previously was on pace to visit his golf clubs more than 650 times in an eight-year presidency. However, his pace as of Aug. 6, 2018 now indicates T-RUMP would spend as much as 745 days of his presidency at a golf course if he wins a second term and serves both terms to completion.  

President Donald T-RUMP  through his T-RUMP Organization, owns or operates 17 different golf courses or properties around the world, including 12 in the United States, two in Dubai (one open, another opening in 2018), one in Ireland and two in Scotland, as well planned courses in Indonesia.

Two of those U.S. golf courses is close to his Mar-a-Lago private club in West Palm Beach, Fla., and that's where Trump plays the bulk of his golf as President in the winter. He spends plenty of time at his golf club in Sterling, Va., about 20 miles from the White House. He also loves to stay at his Summer White House at Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, N.J.

How many times has Trump played golf as President of the United States? Since taking office on Jan. 20, 2017, Mr. Trump has reportedly been on the grounds of his golf courses or played golf elsewhere 188 times since becoming President, and that's as of May 19, 2019.

The cost of Trump’s golf rounds to the American taxpayer varies by round and course, but it has totaled so far in the tens of millions of dollars.  Actually it is over 100 million. And in one year played more golf than President Obama played in eight.

He played with Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe in February and November in 2017, as well in April 2018. He’s played with legendary quarterback Peyton Manning and Tennessee senator Bob Corker. 

He does seem to struggle with basic etiquette at times, as Donald T-RUMP has driven a golf cart on the gteens.

BREAKING: President Trump has posted an 18-hole golf score to @USGA Golf Handicap Information Network for first time this season - a 68 on a course with a 75.3 rating/139 slope. 

The Cheater - T-RUMP has a reputation of being a rather prolific cheater on the golf course, with playing partners sometimes calling him out for the tendency of his mishit balls off the tee to miraculously end up in the fairway.  T-RUMP accused of taking another player's ball to cheat and win a championship at one of his golf clubs.

Speaking with a Norwegian newspaper in 2018, the LPGA golfer Suzann Pettersen said that she had seen Trump’s cheating up close.  "He cheats like hell. So I don't quite know how he is in business. They say that if you cheat at golf, you cheat at business,” Pettersen said.  (Well Said And True)

She continued: "He always says he is the world's best putter. But in all the times I've played him, he's never come close to breaking 80. But what's strange is that every time I talk to him, he says he just golfed a 69, or that he set a new course record or won a club championship someplace."

Between Trump’s claim of a shockingly low score — it was 28 strokes lower than the last round that had been recorded with the service — and his reputation on the golf course, many people on Twitter were quick to cast doubt on the validity of the president’s round.   ( You mean you even thought he was honest, shame)

People Twitted
•  I’m beginning to think that President Trump’s score cards from his rounds of golf might not be extremely accurate.
•  T-RUMP posted a 68 on a very difficult course. 
•  Golf is a game which gives you a lot of insight into peoples character. The score is a reflection of how honest and truthful he is.  It is sad and embarrassing that to think he is our President.
•   A 68?  Sure. If it refers to Trump’s IQ or his score after 9 holes of golf.
•   As someone who plays and knows the game of Golf, there is no chance T-RUMP shot a 68.
•   If he was to be removed from office (Cheapest would be assassination @$1.38 for one .338 Lapua Round) it would save the taxpayers about three trillion dollars.