If President Obama had his way, he’d probably never leave the White House.
During an interview with the Golf Channel, Obama confessed it’s only because he’s being “forced out” that he’ll leave the executive mansion in January.
“Have you taken any divots out of the South Lawn here?” he was asked by David Feherty.
“The rough’s a little thick here, I don’t practice that much,” the president responded.
“You know, I’m a… I’m not a hack,” Obama said, divulging about his golf game he’s worked extensively on during some 300 rounds during his presidency.
“But I’m not quitting my day job.”
“Actually you are quitting your day job fairly shortly,” Feherty jumped in, referring to the president’s term expiring in January.
“Then I may get good. I’m being forced out, I didn’t quit,” Obama said.
Then talking about his game again, he said, “I’m an honest 13 (handicap). I think my irons are good. My drive is straight but unimpressive in length.”
So will he actually leave? We’ll find out in January.