PGA.com's Kathy Orton talks to the Ryder Cup players who visited the White House Monday.
Boo, on the outgoing President who attended Yale and Harvard Business School.
"He's common folk just like we are," added Boo Weekley. "He's just like his daddy, I think. I met his daddy before, a couple times. Like his daddy told me at the Ryder Cup, he said, 'Son, you act just like my son.' I said, 'Yes, sir, I probably do. I don't know that for a fact, but I probably do.'"
There you go. 41 says 43 acts like Boo Weekley.
This is lovely...
Hunter Mahan was worried that he upset the President because he told him he was from California, even though he now lives in Texas.
"He asked if I was from Texas, and I'm not originally, but I do live there," Mahan said. "I consider myself a Texan more than a Californian, which is where I'm from. I hope I didn't offend him."
I can see where he might be offended. I've never understood why the President should have to deal with a state that does not give him the electoral votes he desires. So offensive.
Maybe Hunter should just not play in California?