1000 Hours Of Golf Since His Election, So, How Is The President’s Game?
January 5, 2015 6:37am PST
Recently, three companions of the Golfer in Chief have come forward to describe him while on the course. One fellow player asserts the POTUS is “an ‘honest’ stickler for the rules, who never gives up and even makes fun of himself.” Excellent, any chance we can persuade him to be a “stickler” for the Constitution?
Another report offers ‘If you came down from Mars and saw his disposition on the golf course, you would think he would be a pretty good president. He’s honest, he keeps his composure through terrible adversity, he’s unruffled, he smiles, and he doesn’t quit.’ A cynic might think this confirms a deeply held GOP belief that one must be from Mars in order to think Obama is a good president.
A frequent golf buddy suggested Obama’s game has really improved in the 214 documented rounds he has played as Commander in chief. Before, he said, “he didn’t have a picture-perfect swing”.
NBA legend Michael Jordan once described the president as a ‘hack’ player and has not included him in his charity golf outings. Jordan probably has a few words to offer on Obama’s basketball, as well.
Rumors of poor posture, lifting his head, and a variety of other amateur mistakes in his game are prevalent. With nearly 1000 hours dedicated to the sport, however, the American people are pleased they could help Obama get to a “sub 80” scorecard at least once.
If only he were as dedicated to the Constitution.
H/T: Daily Mail