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The Links: Bill Clinton talks about round with President Obama

By Kyle Porter | Golf Writer
Ozzie Smith tees it up at the Humana Challenge. (GettyImages)

PGA Tour

Russell Henley makes it look and sound so easy. (GolfWeek)

Phil Mickelson, strugglin'. (CBS Sports)

Bill Clinton talks about a recent round with President Obama, pretty fascinating read here. (GolfWeek)

He's just going to win all of 'em, isn't he? (Golf Channel)

This celebrities list for the Humana Challenge is not good. (PGA Tour)

It's crazy how little we actually care about the guys leading these tournaments. (Reuters)

Lanny Wadkins will be back in the booth for the Golf Channel. (Golf Channel)

Clinton wants Obama to visit the Humana Challenge at some point. (Reuters)

No really, anything could happen. (Golf Channel)

Strange-but-funny interview here with James Hahn. (PGA Tour)

International

This is bigger news than Tiger's penalty. (Golf Channel)

Jason Dufner's caddie couldn't make the trip to Abu Dhabi because his visa forms weren't in order. (Golf Channel)

"I see it as the start of a very long week and a start of a very long year." (Golf Channel)

Equipment/Travel

One of Donald Trump's courses got torn up recently. (Golf.com)

Pretty cool look at gear on tour at the Humana Challenge. (GolfDigest)

Craziness

This is pretty hilarious, these guys sound so nerdy!

Here's the Bird/Jordan commercial that the Tiger/Rory one was modeled after.

This is pretty cool.

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