Obama Golfs 150th Round As Superstorm Devastates Philippines, Iran Deal Enrages


obama-golf-golfPresident Obama’s approval ratings may be stuck in a sand trap, but that has not deterred him from sticking to his weekly round of golf. After teeing off yesterday at a private course in Florida, Mr. Obama hit the milestone number of 150 golf rounds in less than five years in the White House.

The Secret Service loaded Mr. Obama’s golf clubs bag emblazoned with the presidential seal into the motorcade yesterday morning to head to the private Grande Oaks Golf Club. Sporting a blue polo shirt with tan slacks and a cap, he spent five hours on the private course.

Mr. Obama wasn’t much of a duffer before he ran for president. His regularity on the green started on April 26, 2009. He played 27 times that first year in office, seven of which were during his vacations on Martha’s Vineyard and Hawaii.

During his second year as president, Mr. Obama played a little more – 30 rounds. He included a woman for only the second time when Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius joined on Oct. 10, 2010.

Perhaps time on the links gave them time to discuss all the people they knew would lose their insurance when Obamacare was implemented. Ms. Sebelius also joined the president on the golf course on May 18 this year.

After 57 rounds in 19 months, Mr. Obama’s golf game improved. At the private Mid Pacific Country Club in Kailua, Hawaii on Dec. 28, 2010, the club’s golf pro, Mark Sousa, remarked to reporters that the president’s “swing looks a lot better this year.”

The president played even more in his third year in office – a total of 34 rounds. Throughout his presidency, he has most frequently used military golf courses at Andrews Air Force Base and Fort Belvoir.


{Matzav.com Newscenter}


  1. Of course. Obama is not only the Shakran-In-Chief, he is also the Golfer-In-Chief.

    Of course his Presidency is a sham. He just cares about himself and his pet constituencies and about lining the pockets and consolidating the power of these constituencies in Washington, D.C. over the American people.