THURBERRY, Scotland – United States President Donald Trump played golf at his resort in Scotland on Sunday before traveling to Finland, where he would meet Russia’s President Vladimir Putin.
Mounted police were on guard at the course as part of the security measures in place during Trump’s visit.
The Trump Thurnberry resort in southwest Scotland was acquired by Trump in 2014 and comprises three golf courses and a five-star hotel.
The president also hit the green the day before, where he was met by protesters who gathered on the periphery of the resort.
Police Scotland said earlier in the day that a man had been arrested in relation to an anti-Trump protest that saw a banner being flown in the air on Friday.
“A 55 year old man has been arrested and charged in connection with an incident when a powered parachute was flown in vicinity of Turnberry Hotel at 9.45pm Fri 13 July,” the force tweeted.
The man was expected to appear in court on Monday, police said.
Trump was expected to leave the United Kingdom on Sunday for Finland, where he would hold talks with Putin.
His visit to the UK began on Thursday, and involved meetings with Prime Minister Theresa May and Queen Elizabeth II, along with his wife Melania, before a private weekend spent in Scotland.