“It was an invitation that certainly you don’t turn down, especially being he’s an avid golfer and so am I,” the world’s No. 2 golfer joked.
“He has got amazing touch,” Mr. Woods said, according to AFP. “He can certainly chip and putt. If he ever spent, after these four years, more time playing the game of golf, I’m sure he could get to where he’s a pretty good stick.”
A feud erupted Sunday between the White House and the press corps, who were invited to cover the president’s mini-vacation, but not his golf game with Tiger. White House press secretary Jay Carney shrugged off the complaints, saying the president was relaxing on vacation.
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