Joe Biden appeared dazed and confused during a round of golf at Wilmington Country Club in Delaware on Saturday, according to a source who watched the 78-year old left-wing occupant of the White House make his way around the ultra-exclusive golf property.
“He was very slow and deliberate… very rickety. If this guy plays to a six handicap, I’m Tiger Woods,” wrote the source via email.
“Unless they flip strokes the way they flip votes, it’d be impossible for this guy to even SNIFF 90, never mind CRACK 80,” he joked.
The source continued, “It seemed like at every point, he had to be directed or aided – whether walking to his cart or to other transportation. He sort of just shuffles along, head down.”
Afterwards, when asked by the adoring media how he played, the mask-wearing Biden mumbled, “The course record is still intact.”
Even in his better days, mentally, Biden’s supposed 6 handicap was reportedly about as credible as his mail-in vote tally last November. At least according to former Ohio Governor John Kasich, who teed it up with the former U.S. Senator from Delaware.
“Joe Biden told me that he was a good golfer… I’ve played golf with Joe Biden; I can tell you that’s not true, as well as all of the other things that he says,” said Kasich in a campaign speech, several years ago.
Here’s the same media that scandalized every round of golf played by President Trump, now fawning over Biden, excitedly “reporting” on his “pretty good” handicap, ahead of his round at the private golf club in Wilmington.
Biden’s handicap index is 6.7, according to the USGA database. Pretty good number BUT he hasn’t posted a round since 2018. Shaking off some rust. https://t.co/C4XcdmqR38
— Jordan Fabian (@Jordanfabian) April 17, 2021
The analysis and opinion in this report is the author’s, not that of Pro Golf Weekly.
Editor’s Note: This story has been edited to remove the nickname “China Joe” [with a link to the NY Post] as well as references/links to “racist gaffes” [here] and “sniffing” [here]. We give our staff of writers lots of latitude in terms of opinion and analysis, but the nickname “China Joe” and references to “racist gaffes” and “sniffing habits” did not seem relevant to the story.