Obama hits the links for sixth round of golf during vacation

President Obama spent his last day of vacation on the golf course, the sixth round of his eight-day Martha's Vineyard trip.

For the 139th round of his presidency, he returned to the Vineyard Club in Edgartown for the third time during his vacation. That surpasses the two rounds he played at the Farm Neck Golf Club in Oak Bluffs — including a pairing Saturday with "Curb Your Enthusiasm" star Larry David — and a single trip to the Mink Meadows Golf Club in Vineyard Haven.

The president was joined Sunday by White House advance man Mike Brush, World Bank president Jim Yong Kim, and lawyer Eunu Chun.

The first family is slated to return to Washington on Sunday night, and the round is a last chance for the president to hit the links before wading back into fights over the federal budget and whether to suspend military aid to Egypt.

On Saturday, in addition to golfing, the president and his family visited a private beach and dined in the evening at the Boathouse Restaurant, attached to a members-only club on the island's south side.

— This story was updated at 1:36 p.m.