The more Obama golfs the less damage he can do…
The Latest on President Barack Obama’s visit to the United Kingdom (all times local): 4 p.m.
President Barack Obama says he was “robbed.” But don’t worry: It was just in his golf game.
A putt that looked on line circled around the third hole of his golf outing Saturday with Prime Minister David Cameron.
Obama appeared to be having a good time anyway as the two leaders let reporters catch a glimpse of their golf outing.
“Did you see that?” Obama yelled at the press contingent, which is generally kept away when Obama golfs in the U.S.
The two leaders are playing at The Grove Golf Course in chilly English weather with a stiff breeze.
White House aides Joe Paulsen and Marvin Nicholson are filling out the foursome.
Obama and Cameron have staged a series of sports-themed outings over the years. They’ve played ping-pong and attended a basketball game together. 3 p.m.
President Barack Obama is playing his first overseas golf round as president, and Prime Minister David Cameron is his playing partner.
The two leaders are playing at The Grove, which is hosting The British Masters later this year. The course’s website says The Grove is one of England’s finest luxury golf courses.
Obama is an avid golfer who takes his clubs with him on many domestic trips. He has surely relished the prospect of playing the sport in a country where it has flourished for centuries.
President Barack Obama has met privately in London with Jeremy Corbyn, a veteran far-left lawmaker elected to lead the Labour Party last year.
The White House says Obama congratulated Corbyn on his election and that the two discussed the impact of globalization on labor unions and working people. They also discussed the need to take steps to reduce inequality around the world. More