Donald Trump and members of his administration have scheduled the Memorial Golf Tournament for Monday, Oct. 16.
The event is being held to honor the families of soldiers who died in Afghanistan.
Trump’s campaign did not respond to requests for comment about the date.
Trump also has been in a feud with the families and military of the three American soldiers who were killed in an ambush in Niger on Oct. 5.
He has since said the ambush was an act of terror and the American military should not have lost three soldiers.
Trump has blamed the families for not paying attention to the campaign, saying, “they’re being so politically correct.”
The tournament is set to take place at the Augusta National Golf Club in the early afternoon, with Trump set to participate.
Trump is scheduled to play in four rounds, each lasting 30 minutes.
Trump will be joined by U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, Vice President Mike Pence of Indiana and retired Army Lt.
Gen. Mark Milley, a Trump adviser who was a top military aide during the Obama administration.
Trump plans to return to the White House later in the day.
The military is currently preparing for a war with ISIS in Iraq and Syria, according to the Defense Department.