Found February 20, 2013 on Sportress of Blogitude:
PLAYERS: Tiger Woods
Tiger Woods may have been better served preparing for this week’s Accenture Match Play Championship, but he spent at least part of last weekend hitting the links with President Barack Obama. Not a bad option when you think about it. And while the White House Press Corps reportedly were frustrated over the fact that they were not afforded a photo-op of the two on the course, it sounds like Tiger Woods walked away from the experience quite impressed with President Obama’s golf game. Woods summarized the day by saying that “Playing with Mr. President was pretty cool,” and that “He’s just a wonderful person to be around.” Tiger also made sure to point out how the  mentioned that the two fared as teammates. Woods and the President  teamed up in a competition against Jim Crane, the Houston Astros owner, and Ron Kirk, the United States Trade Representative at The Floridian in Palm City, Fla. Tiger said, “We won.” Of course they did. Woods, when asked if the President h...
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