Obama hits golf course sixth, final time before end of Martha's Vineyard summer vacation


EDGARTOWN, Mass. — President Barack Obama is back on the golf course, playing his sixth and final round before his summer vacation ends.

The White House says Obama is playing at Vineyard Golf Club in Edgartown. His partners are World Bank President Jim Kim, New York lawyer and Obama fundraiser Eunu Chun and aide Mike Brush.

Obama has spent all or part of nine days on the Massachusetts island of Martha’s Vineyard, mostly keeping a low profile.

Today’s tee time was his sixth round of golf during the vacation. He also had a few date-night dinners out with the first lady before their daughters arrived late in the week.

He spoke out publicly just once, to condemn violence in Egypt. Obama and his family were returning to the White House tonight.