Obama, Jeter play six-hour round in Las Vegas


What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas, unless, of course, you're President Barack Obama.

After delivering a speech Friday on immigration reform, Obama stuck around Las Vegas Saturday to play golf at the ultra-posh Shadow Creek with recently-retired Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter.

According to the Associated Press, Obama's foursome also included Democratic donor Stephen Cloobeck, and Brian Greenspun, owner of the Las Vegas Sun newspaper.

After taking six hours to play Shadow Creek, CBS White House reporter Mark Knoller said Obama decided to play another nine holes, but he was only able to get in two or three before leaving the course.