WATCH: Donald Trump spotted mingling with golfers at LIV Golf Miami event

This was Donald Trump's first public appearance at an LIV Golf event in 2024.

WATCH: Donald Trump spotted mingling with golfers at LIV Golf Miami event

Donald Trump was spotted chatting with several golfers at LIV Golf Miami (Image via Imago/X)

With LIV Golf playing at the Trump Doral Course in Miami, it was likely that the course owner, Donald Trump would show up eventually. The 77-year-old politician on Sunday was spotted on the course during the final round.

As per reports, this appearance of Donald Trump was a surprise. The 45th US President would make his way over to this event along with son, Eric Trump and meet several golfers of the breakaway tour.

In a video shared on X by NUCLR Golf, Trump can be seen having a chat with some people. It appeared that he was in a conversation with Crushers GC Captain Bryson DeChambeau. However, what did Trump and the others spoke about is uncertain.

This appearance of Trump comes a few weeks after he boosted about his championships wins. He would take to Truth Social to announce that he had won both the men’s championship and the senior championship.

This words from him lead to his Presidential rival, Joe Biden take a swipe at him. The 81-year-old would first shared a five word message regarding his wins and then publicly challenged him to a game of golf on a mocking condition. Whether Trump accepts that challenge or not remains to be seen.

Dean Burmester claims victory at LIV Golf Miami through playoff

The LIV Golf Miami event turned out to be third LIV Golf tournament this year which needed a play-off to decide the winner. After Abraham Ancer walked out as the winner at LIV Golf Hong Kong in the previous event, Dean Burmester was the one who claimed the top prize this time out.

Dean Burmester
Dean Burmester (Image via Imago)

The South African golfer edged out 2017 Masters champion Sergio Garcia through a playoff round to clinch his first victory on the breakaway tour. He overcame the Spaniard on the second extra hole to get his hands on the trophy and collected a cheque of $4 million for his efforts.

It was another heartbreaking moment for Garcia as he blew the lead late on. This turned out to be his third playoff loss and the second of the year since he joined LIV Golf in 2022.

Following the win, Burmester would take a jibe at the Masters tournament and claimed they “make their own decisions” when asked whether he thinks he should be at the first major of the year.

I can’t say that. Augusta, they make their own decisions. But I feel like I’ve played some of the best golf of my career and I feel like I’ve played against a lot of good players all over the world and won. And this kind of just proves it.
Dean Burmester said.

Meanwhile, Jon Rahm led Legion XIII, won the team title as both their captain and Tyrell Hatton finished tied for fourth spot. This is now their second team victory following their triumph at LIV Golf Mayakoba. This performance also gives the European duo a huge boost in confidence as they now turn their attention towards the Masters tournament where Rahm will enter as the defending champion.

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