There was no invite for Patrick Reed after he won The Masters in 2018.
Brooks Koepka won the 2018 U.S. Open and PGA Championships but apparently he is not on Donald Trump’s radar.
Ah, but one Eldrick Tont Woods certainly is.
The man known as Tiger will visit his pal — President Trump — at the White House on Monday and perhaps they’ll discuss how Elizabeth Warren, one of about 232 Democrats running for President against Trump in 2020, wants Tiger and other big hitters like him to pay off the student debt of thousands and thousands of minions who borrowed out their butts to get a college degree that may or may not be helping them earn a living these days.
What is really on the agenda is Trump presenting El Tigre with the Presidential Medal Of Freedom, our nation’s highest honor for a civilian. White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said the awards ceremony will be held in the Rose Garden.
Tiger and Trump have hung out together in Palm Beach County. They’ve been known to play a quick 18 at Trump National in West Palm, a hop-skip-and-jump from Tiger’s Fortress Of Solitude on Jupiter Island.
Following the ceremony, they might sit a while and discuss some upcoming election strategy at which time, Woods may advise Trump to use the strategy that got Tiger his fifth Green Jacket — let the too-many-to-count Democratic candidates fall all over themselves while you play conservative for the victory.