Sportswriter Rick Reilly’s new book Commander in Cheat – How Golf Explains Trump details Individual 1’s cheating ways on the green field of honor. As a longtime golfer, Red understands that golf is a gentleman’s game where the players largely call penalties on themselves and follow the rules because it is the right thing to do. Red has played with some cheats over the years. One playing companion (for a short while) could only be described as “The Master of the Leather Wedge.” And is one thing to cheat yourself so that you can feel better about a friendly Saturday afternoon round by taking a mulligan or two, but it is entirely another to cheat when you are in an actual tournament or there is money on the line. Apparently, Individual 1 cheats in both of those situations and any golfer worth his salt knows that such behavior tells you everything you need to know about the man. Trump claims some absurd number of bogus club championships and claims a 2.8 handicap. Pro golfers in there 70s don’t have 2.8 handicaps. By all accounts Trump is an above average golfer, but that’s not good enough for someone with an extreme narcissistic personality disorder for whom every waking moment is an exercise in personal glorification and continued building of the worst personality cult that our country has ever seen. And it’s not like there wasn’t enough information out there to inform the public that Trump’s entire life story presented to the public in his 2016 campaign is just one giant lie after another. But this is golf! This is a line in the sand! If you are a golfer and still support this lying, cheating pathetic excuse for a human being, then you have no honor. And Red is done with you.