As 2017 comes to a close, Donald Trump tweeted on Christmas that he would be getting "back to work" to "Make America Great Again." Since then, the president has spent a considerable amount of time on the golf course.

Trump on golf

Even before he became a candidate for president, Donald Trump routinely took shots at Barack Obama anytime he decided to go golfing as president. The former host of "The Apprentice" continued his rhetoric on the campaign trail, doing so by vowing not to spend time golfing and vacation, but rather working at the White House and moving the country forward.

Following his election win over Hillary Clinton last year, Trump's promise was put to the test. Despite this, Trump has spent nearly a third of his presidency at one of private golf properties. Since being sworn into office last January, Trump has made over 110 tips to his own properties, with nearly 90 of them being for golf. As reported by The Hill on December 30, the commander in chief hit the green once again.

After spending yet another day at his Mar-a-Lago resort for the holidays, Donald Trump made his way to Trump International Golf Club on Saturday in West Palm Beach, Florida.

This is the president's fifth day in a row of golf, after hosting members of the United States Coast Guard to play a round on Friday. Following the news of Trump's latest trip, critics spoke out on social media and expressed their frustration and aggravation that the billionaire real estate mogul was spending so much time on the golf course instead of doing his job as the President of the United States.

Twitter on Trump

In response to Donald Trump's golf outing, those who oppose the administration took time to rip into the president. "I thought he wasn’t going to have time to even leave the White House," one tweet read.

"At this point, I don't think he gives a flying fu*k what Americans think, as long as tax payer dollars keep coming in," another Twitter user added.

"He should get off the golf course and get on a treadmill," an additional tweet stated.

"You wonder why he didn't pick a woman who golfs as his third wife. But maybe he'll look for that attribute in the fourth," yet another post added.

"Man that guy plays lots of golf. He’s a notorious. Heater too, surprised?" a social media wrote. The backlash continued to pour in as many Americans made it clear that they were not happy with Donald Trump's continued trips to the green.