As President Barack Obama winds down his amateur career and looks to turn pro January 21, 2017, he already has all of the manufacturers wooing him for the most anticipated player-manufacturer alliance since Bryson DeChambeau.
Sending a signal that he isn't solely tied to Nike stuff, it appears to be no coincidence that just days after golf with Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank at Caves Valley, the President sported a less-than-understated UA rain suit.
The round was at The Grove, with British Prime Minister David Cameron. So much for getting to see some heathlands golf. (There'll be time next year and beyond.)
Joseph Curtis points out for Mailonline that press were allowed to go the entire round and that the president enjoyed his day. Naturally, Cameron did not score nearly as high a marks. Though he's saddled with this burden...
Back in 2010, winning Ryder Cup captain Colin Montgomerie offered Mr Cameron a golf lesson after it was revealed the Prime Minister was not quite as experienced as the American leader.
And the PM has been taking a few jabs for trying to be like POTUS.
Give it up Dave. You'll never be him. pic.twitter.com/nGD21Y4dRR— Nooruddean (@BeardedGenius) April 23, 2016