I don’t know which would be worse, seeing President Biden attempt 18 holes of golf or trying his swing at another debate against former President Trump.

Even LIV Golf pro Phil Mickelson seemed to recognize the intensity of the jabs between the two presidential candidates, posting on X, “After watching the debate last night, I feel it never got personal until they started talking golf handicaps and who hits the longest drives. As a golfer, I get it.”

The 45th President of the United States of America surfaced at Trump National Doral Golf Club in Florida on July 9 for his first rally since the debate.

Trump didn’t hold back, issuing a direct challenge to Biden, “Let’s do another debate this week so that Sleepy Joe Biden can prove to everyone all over the world that he has what it takes to be President. But this time, it will be man-to-man, with no moderators — no holds barred. Just name the place. Any time, anywhere.”

“I’m also officially challenging Crooked Joe to an 18-hole golf match right here…” Trump added, referencing the match’s location at Trump National.

Here’s some of what RedState reported about Trump’s rally:

Donald Trump held his first rally since his resounding debate victory and, right out of the gate, offered Joe Biden “the chance to redeem himself in front of the entire world” in another debate then challenged him to 18 holes of golf at the Trump National Doral Miami club.

Recognizing the utter turmoil the Biden campaign and administration find themselves in, Trump seemed to defend Biden, saying that “it’s a shame the way [Democrats] are treating him” after “a single 90-minute performance.”