What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas, they say.
That is, until it involves President Obama, Derek Jeter and a round of golf.
According to Reuters, Jeter joined Obama — along with Las Vegas Sun owner Brian Greenspun and democratic party supporter Stephen Cloobeck — for a round of golf at the highly-regarded Shadow Creek.
It appears Jeter’s retirement is going just fine.
Derek Jeter spent his Saturday golfing with President Barack Obama http://t.co/WZUA1FaxdA
— Big League Stew (@bigleaguestew) November 23, 2014
There’s no report on the round, or the group’s scores. But, the White House was told that POTUS stayed for a little extra golf and snuck in another nine holes after the group completed its round.
Shadow Creek, of course, is the exclusive track crafted out of the desert by Tom Fazio and casino magnate Steve Wynn.
It’s now owned by MGM and in order to land a tee time, you’ll have to be a guest at an MGM hotel and then pay the $500 fee that includes a limousine transport to the course.
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