Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump talks a lot about winning, even when it comes to challenging President Obama in a round of golf.

"I would win," Trump said matter-of-factly during a recent town hall in Bluffton, S.C.

"No seriously, I would," he added when the audience erupted in laughter. "I've won many club championships."

Trump, who owns several prestigious golf courses across the globe and paused his campaign last summer to attend the Women's British Open in Turnberry, Scotland, said that if he wins the South Carolina primary on Saturday he would definitely return to the Palmetto State for an 18-hole contest at a local golf course.

"If I don't win, you'll never see me," he joked.

The billionaire also said that he doesn't take issue with President Obama's greatest hobby – Obama is often dubbed "golfer in chief" by his opponents – but wishes he would invite policymakers and foreign leaders to join him on the green.

"When the president plays golf, it's OK," Trump said. "But when he plays, he should play with people he wants to make deals with – Congress people and people from other countries."

"Not just his friends," he said.