President Obama and former President Bill Clinton took to the golf course at Joint Base Andrews on Saturday, just days after the president spoke at the Clington Global Initiative in New York.
Obama and Clinton were accompanied by White House Chief of Staff Bill Daley and Clinton aide Doug Band on the course.
Clinton is Obama's most recent high-profile guest at Andrews since the president hosted House Speaker John Boehner, Vice President Joe Biden, and Ohio Gov. John Kasich hit the links earlier this year.
Obama and Clinton released a joint statement after the game:
"President Clinton and President Obama enjoyed their round of golf at Joint Base Andrews today. Periodically, over the last two and a half years, they've gotten together to discuss the unique honor and extraordinary opportunity to lead this country. They were pleased to have the chance to visit once again today," according to White House spokesman Josh Earnest and Clinton spokesman Matt McKenna.