(CNN) — For 24 hours or so, it appeared as though President Donald Trump had supposedly shot one of the best golf rounds of his life. Turns out, it was not to be. On Friday morning, a man named Leif Skodnick spotted that Trump had filed with the United States Golf Association that he had shot a round of 68 sometime in April of this year. (The USGA keeps the official handicaps of players around the country; handicaps are how many shots you, typically, shoot over par on a golf course.) But later that day, four more scores -- all in the 100s -- were added to Trump's record.
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