Bill Clinton, famous orator, was holding court at the Humana Challenge on Thursday. Eventually his question-answer session veered from PGA Tour talk to presidential golf.
Make that double presidential golf.
Turns out the former president played a dozen holes with current President Barack Obama the other day at Andrews Air Force Base. By Clinton's count, Obama shot his "lowest score by far" at Andrews and was five shots ahead of Clinton after nine holes.
"But I'm older," Clinton said. "I start slow and pick up."
So he did. Clinton said he cut the deficit to one stroke after the first three holes on the back nine. But then Obama left on 13, citing the need to deal with the inauguration and Congressional matters.
"Hey," Clinton told Obama, "you're talking to somebody that's had this job and made that excuse."
Not that Clinton was sore over losing. Just the opposite. "We were playing partners, so I wanted him to shoot well," he said.
Clinton was here at the Humana again because h...