A bunch of golfers went to the White House and the photos are amazing

"What investigation?!" (Getty Images)

Sorry Tiger, you're never catching Jack. (Getty Images)
"Sorry Tiger, you're never catching Jack." (Getty Images)

Zach Johnson, Tiger Woods, and Barack Obama. (Getty Images)
Zach Johnson, Tiger Woods, and Barack Obama. (Getty Images)

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The 2013 Presidents Cup teams visited the White House on Tuesday evening to be honored by President Barack Obama and, yep, it was incredible. 

I mean, that first photo, you aren't getting a better golf-related shot than that all year.

I promise. You have Phil Mickelson with the "what investigation?!" crazy eyes, Graham DeLaet bro-ing, Jason Day possibly recovering from a pre-visit, uh, chill session, Nick Price looking wild, Webb Simpson being Webb Simpson, and Brandt Snedeker giving the "I'm not positive I voted for this fella" golf clap.

It has it all.

And of course Mickelson gave Obama a golf tip that he thinks will help him. That's about the most predictable thing that's happened this entire season.

The ladies were there, too, and posed with Abraham Lincoln.

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Kyle Porter began his sports writing career with CBS Sports in 2012. He covers golf, writes poetry about Rory McIlroy's swing, stays ready on Tiger watch and loves the Masters more than anyone you know.... Full Bio

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