Donald Trump can win the election, beat ISIS and stop illegal immigration.
Any why? Because he's a good golfer.
That latest bit of logic comes from Trump himself, who explains in an interview with TIME Magazine that his golf successes over the years prove that he's capable of being a successful president:
"You know I've had great success," Trump tells TIME. "Even in golf I've won many golf club championships. I don't know if you guys play golf. But to win a club championship is hard, literally hard. And you have to beat scratch players. ... You got a lot of good players."
Trump then goes back into the winners-and-losers binary that has become a cornerstone of his 2016 platform -- a platform that only continues to grow more formidable:
"I've won many club championships," he says. "So my life has been about winning. My life has not been about losing. So I get a kick out of watching these guys who were not even successful people saying, 'Oh, he's just having fun.'"
In reality, Trump is a decent golfer -- though a golfer who believes the sport is only for the wealthy. He's also built prestigious golf courses across the country, some of which are host to PGA Tour events.
Trump's business relationship with the PGA Tour has put the league in a tricky situation with some major events scheduled to take place on Trump courses in the upcoming years. Last month, the Tour moved its PGA Grand Slam event from its original location on a Trump property, although other events remain on-track to take place at Trump's courses.
If you'd eager to study Trump's performance up close, complete with classic Trump one-liners, here's a video of Donald and a golf pro trading compliments while discussing the Republican's golf game, hips and all:
"I've been told I have a very good grip," Trump says in the video.
He might make a terrifying president, but no one gives a better quote than Donald.