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Biden and Trump clashed over golf at debate – but who really is the best golfer?

After sparring on an Atlanta debate stage, there might be a more suitable arena for the former and sitting president to settle their quarrels: the golf course.

Biden and Trump went head-to-head in their historic first debate of the election year on Thursday evening which was beamed to millions of CNN viewers around the globe.

While Biden took a swing at his Republican counterpart, the CNN flash poll suggested that, overall, his performance missed – with 67 per cent of respondents saying that Trump came out on top.

Among rambling responses and the spread of misinformation, discussions descended into trash talk with the president offering out Trump to a “driving contest.”

Biden, 81, who boasted that he previously had a handicap of six – before changing it to eight – said he’d happily take on Trump at the golf course – but only if Trump carried his own bag. The 78-year-old, who once claimed he had a handicap of 2.5, retorted that “I’ve seen your swing,” adding, “that’s a lie”.

The question remains: away from the field of politics, who might win on the fairway?

Whether it’s entertaining socialites or PGA legends, Trump’s life outside the political sphere has become synonymous with knocking a ball in on the front and back nine.

Rewind to 2015, however, and you’d be inclined to think that Trump might be out of practice. He frequently, and venomously, criticised his predecessor, Barack Obama, for leaving the White House to play 18 holes and insisted that if elected himself he would have no time to play golf.

“I don’t have time for that,” Trump said at a campaign rally. “I love golf. I think it’s one of the greats. but I don’t have time,” he added.

Trump went on to play more than 300 rounds of golf during his time in office and

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