On the last day of President Barack Obama's sixth summer holiday at Martha's Vineyard, he played the ninth and final round of his 17-day vacation — about one every other day.
America's 54-year-old commander in chief has played about 247 rounds of golf, according to CNN's "State of the Union" broadcast.
According to CNN, Eisenhower played about 210 rounds at Augusta National, the famed course of the Masters. He also installed a putting green on the White House lawn.
As it turns out, Obama is the 15th of the past 18 presidents to eagerly play the sport. And like his fellow commanders in chief, Obama has faced criticism for his pricey golf outings.
Last year during Obama's summer getaway, the extremist group that calls itself the Islamic State (also known as ISIS, ISIL, or Daesh) released footage showing American photojournalist James Foley's execution.
Moments after Obama publicly condemned the group, saying it had "no place in the 21st century," he teed off for another round of golf.
A month later, in an interview with "Meet the Press," Obama acknowledged that he should have recognized the criticism he received for golfing after his announcement on the ISIS video.
Obama's golf habits haven't gone unnoticed by members of the 2016 field either.
Earlier this month, current Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump slammed Obama in a short video on Instagram, splicing footage of the extremist group with a picture of Obama smiling in a golf cart.
A video posted by Donald J. Trump (@realdonaldtrump) on Aug 13, 2015 at 7:53am PDT
In his announcement speech, Trump also invited Obama to play golf at one of his courses — provided the president leave office a little early.
"Obama is going to be out playing golf — he might even be on one of my courses," Trump said. "I would invite him, I actually would — I have the best courses in the world.
"If he'd like to play, that's fine. In fact, I'd love him to leave early and play — that would be a very good thing."
More From Business Insider