Obama hits links before trip to Camp David

President Obama took the time to squeeze in a round of golf at Andrews Air Force Base on Saturday before heading to Camp David.
The golf outing was the 25th of this year. According to pool reports, the president was spotted heading to the course in a thin blue jacket before noon.

Obama was joined by White House chef Sam Kass, White House trip director Marvin Nicholson and Nicholson’s brother Walter.
According to pool reports the weather was ideal “with a high around 73 and not a cloud in the sky.”
No advisers were seen traveling with the president, who later boarded Marine One to spend the evening in Camp David.

There was no word on the scores. Obama has previously golfed with Kass and Nicholson, who got his start in politics with Sen. John Kerry (D-Mass.) after previously serving as his caddy.