Quayle can't help himself, takes shot at Obama
Former Vice President Dan Quayle discusses President Barak Obama playing golf while in office. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.
Grill Room: Celebrating Election Day, Movember
Bailey Mosier and Correspondent Jason Crook give you “Live” election results of the best facial hair without sparing the Dumb and Dumber references. Election candidates include Gary McCord, Old Tom Morris and Paulina Gretzky. Visit us at golfchannel.com/grillroom .
MD Headlines: Obama responds to Jordan
President Obama gets back at Michael Jordan. Golf Channel's Lauren Thompson brings you the latest headlines from the world of golf.
Arnie: Palmer and the U.S. presidents
Go in depth into the friendships between Arnold Palmer and every United States President since Eisenhower in this exclusive clip from Arnie, April 13-15 10PM ET on Golf Channel.
Obama's golf rules: No politics, 'presidential pardons'
After two presidential elections and six years in office, we pretty much know everything about President Barack Obama. The New York Times, however, attempted to uncover the one last mystery surrounding the President – his golf game.
Obama, Jeter play six-hour round in Las Vegas
What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas, unless, of course, you're President Barack Obama.
Trump offers Obama free golf for resignation
Holidays aren't always the easiest time to hit the links. Just ask President Obama.
Comedian Ansari says Obama snubbed him for golf
'Parks and Recreation' star and notorious Kanye West story teller Aziz Ansari is a funny, funny dude.
Obama plays 200th round of golf as president
The First Duffer reached a milestone Sunday, playing his 200th round of golf since taking office, according to CBS News White House correspondent Mark Knoller.
Arnie: Congressional Gold Medal honor
Arnold Palmer, his assistant Cori Britt and his good friend, Jack Nicklaus, share stories attributed to Arnie's impact on the game of golf and the world in his acceptance of the Congressional Gold Medal in this exclusive clip from Arnie, April 13-15 10PM ET.How can I forget? From parts of the seven decades I've known Arnold Palmer , there have been countless I remember whens. And most important, even more moments I will never forget. Moments that I hope provide you a glimpse into the charismatic golfer, a man of unshakable character Father, grandfather and great grandfather. You're honoring today. He's a golf icon to the world but simply a good friend to me. When I first saw Arnold Palmer hit a golf ball, I was just 14 years old. I'd just come off a golf course in Sylvania, Ohio. Playing a practice round. It was pouring down rains. I was the only person on the golf course . As I walked by the practice tee, there was one person on the practice tee. And, I stood there and watched him.over the world. We keep, competed in everything from majors on the golf course to endorsement to golf course design, you name it. We've competed. But I promise you, if there was ever a problem, I knew Arnold had my back and he knew I had his. That's an Arnold Palmer I'll never forget. Just like the young man I watched, that day in 1954, muscles taut, and piercing wind drives with every shot, Arnold Palmer was every, the everyday-man's-hero. From the modest upbringing, our Arnold embodied The hard-working strength of America. Arnold is one of the game's,
President Obama's golf ball found at Congressional
It appears the Commander in Chief doesn't fully have command of his golf ball. One of his was found in the woods at Congressional.
Obama tees off with 'PTI' hosts Wilbon, Kornheiser
President Barack Obama's frustrations with Congress are well documented, so we couldn't help but note the irony when we came across an Associated Press report that he played on Saturday at, yes, Congressional.