Japanese star Hideki Matsuyama says he will try and steer clear of politics when he plays golf with Donald Trump.
The World No 4 will tee up alongside the US president and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo when Trump visits Japan on November 5-7 as part of a five-nation Asia tour.
Matsuyama admitted he had no idea how the opportunity to play with Trump came about.
"I wish I knew too," he said in Shanghai on Thursday after the first round of the WGC-HSBC Champions.
"But it's an honour to play with the prime minister from Japan and the president of the United States and I am looking forward to it.
"We will have a fun day."
Asked if he intends to talk politics with Trump, Matsuyama said: "I am a professional golfer, not a politician.
"We just look forward to having a fun day, hopefully we will enjoy it and I will have the opportunity again in the future."
Justin Thomas and Sergio Garcia booked their place in the last 16 of the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play, but Jordan Spieth and Rory McIlroy are out.
Tiger Woods has revealed that his back was in such bad shape at one point that he needed help getting out of bed.
Rory McIlroy beat Jhonattan Vegas 2&1 to keep his hopes alive at the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play in Texas, but some big names were knocked out.
Former NFL quarterback Tony Romo made his PGA Tour debut at the Corales Puntacana Resort & Club Championship on Thursday.
Laura Davies came crashing down to earth at the Kia Classic, just four days after fighting for a title at the age of 54.
Our sister site Tennis365 takes a look at five times women tennis stars tried romances with men from other sports.
Dave Tindall had the pleasure of attending several Masters Tournaments at Augusta – here are some of his best pics.