Protesters in kayaks descended upon the Trump National Golf Club in Sterling, Va., Sunday, during the Senior PGA Championship.



The protest was organized by Indivisible Winchester, a nonpartisan group that promotes government participation, according to its Twitter page.





After a short time, a police boat arrived on the scene and asked the kayakers to turn around, according to a New York Times reporter. 



The Senior PGA Championship teed off at the Trump National Golf Club on Thursday. The tournament marks the first major golf tournament held at one of President Trump’s courses since he took office.

Trump’s son Eric did not rule out the possibility of his father making a surprise appearance.

“All these players are his friends,” he said Thursday, according to the New York Times, adding that his father is a “golf fanatic.”

Trump has not shied away from his family’s golf courses since becoming president, visiting 25 times since taking office, according to The New York Times.

Trump has even conducted presidential business at his golf courses. He famously spent a weekend working with Japanese President Shinzo Abe at Mar-a-Lago in April.