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DORAL (CBSMiami) – Fifty of the top golfers in the world are getting set to tee off at the Cadillac Championship Doral. But there’s one person on everyone’s mind, all wondering if he’ll show up.

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It’s unclear if and when Donald Trump will appear at the Blue Monster.

One thing is for sure – the players are staying away from politics and focusing on the greens.

Bubba Watson was one of the first to be questioned by the media.

“So the owner of this property is in the middle of a presidential campaign,” a reporter started off with.

“Who is that?” Watson quipped.

“So you know, he has a larger than life presence here during this tournament. This is not a political question at all,” the reporter followed up with.

“Good, I was going to deflect it hard,” Watson joked.

While deflecting the biggest elephant on the course may appear to be nuisance, some players, and even the event staff, are taking “The Donald” in stride.

“We’re worried about doing the best 2016 event we can do,” said tournament manager Alex Dorsch. “I want to make sure my golfers and my patrons are having a good time, that’s really our main focus. We will worry about other stuff when we need to.”

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Rory McIlroy isn’t even sure he knows what he is witnessing.

“I thought I knew what politics were until I saw some of these political debates,” he said.

And Dustin Johnson kept the focus on the event.

“It’s a great event, I think he does a great job here, and I don’t really get into politics so,” he said.

If the second leg of the Florida swing appears to be a who’s who of the game’s best golfers, that’s because it is.

This is the first time this year the top five players in the world – Watson, McIlroy, Jordan Spieth, Jason Day and Rickie Fowler – will be competing on the same course.

“You really need to look at it as you said it. It’s the top 50 in the world. It’s truly an all-star game for the golfers,” Dorsch said.

Between the course, the food and the entertainment, this star studded event was truly made for Miami.

But the ultimate goal will be knocking off Johnson, last year’s winner.

“It definitely feels good. It gives me a lot confidence coming into this week. Like I said , I just want to put myself in position to win on Sunday,” Johnson said.

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