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Why the White House putting green ranks among the coolest spots in golf (golf.com)

Why the White House putting green ranks among the coolest spots in golf

The White House putting green has provided escape from D.C. politics — and a chance to work out a case of the yips — to every new POTUS since Eisenhower. 

The current iteration was put in place by Robert Trent Jones Jr. at the behest of Bill Clinton. The idea for a green itself took root when devoted hacker Dwight Eisenhower lived at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. His green — created, along with two par 3s at Camp David, by RTJ Sr. — was removed by Richard Nixon for unknown reasons. When Clinton asked Jones Jr. to restore the green, they chose the spot of Ike’s original dance floor.

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