Trump Attends PGA Tour, Dedicates Tournament to Those Still Suffering From Hurricane Devastation.

President Donald Trump dedicated the nation's victory in Presidents Cup golf Sunday afternoon to victims of recent hurricanes in Puerto Rico, Texas and Florida.

"On behalf of all the people of Texas, and all of the people of — if you look today you will see what’s happening and how horrible it is, but we have it under really great control, Puerto Rico and the people of Florida that have really suffered over this last short period of time with the hurricanes, I want to just remember them," Trump said during the trophy presentation.

While many are still without power, electricity, or clean water in Puerto Rico Trump has been enjoying long days out on the golf course for pretty much the duration of the crisis. 

After returning to Washington, Trump emphasized to reporters that the federal government's response to Puerto Ricans in need is going "really well."

"We're doing really well on Puerto Rico," Trump told reporters, according to a pool report. "Tremendous progress being made. We're getting the roads open, we're getting a lot of things done — really at a record clip."

The president’s name is also attached to 12 courses in the U.S. and five more abroad. Two of those courses are among the most iconic in the world: the “Blue Monster” Doral links in Miami, and Turnberry in Scotland, which has hosted four British Open tournaments.

(Photo courtsey of: Julio Cortez/AP Photo)