More demonstrations followed when Mr Trump took to the course on Saturday, with some taking to a nearby beach and hills overlooking the greens to chant: "No Trump, no KKK, no racist U.S.".
The US government reportedly spent more than $60,000 on President Donald Trump's weekend stay at his Turnberry resort. A purchase order, part of USA federal government spending logs, shows the money was for "hotel rooms" for a "VIP visit" and was paid to a "foreign-owned business not incorporated in the United States". The "Baby Trump" balloon was a significant reminder of public resentment against Trump's policies and reflected the disagreement that people have with him.
"I have arrived in Scotland and will be at Trump Turnberry for two days of meetings, calls and hopefully, some golf - my primary form of exercise!"
U.S. government spending records revealed by The Scotsman show a contract for 30,074 dollars (£23,070) was awarded to SLC Turnberry Limited by the Department of State, covering the period from July 11 to August 8. The State Department referred questions to the Secret Service, which did not immediately respond to questions. Citing federal government spending records, which were first reported by The Scotsman, the news agency said the payments were listed as being for "hotel rooms for VIP visit". Still, ethics experts and watchdog groups say the president has failed to abide by his promise to clearly separate his businesses from his administration. It said the costs are borne by the other agencies.
Eric Trump, one of the president's sons, made a similar point on Twitter: "We have decided that for any United States Govt business, we charge our COST and do NOT profit from these stays".