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President Golfing and Relaxing Visit in Rancho Santa Fe

by Barry Estates
October 13, 2015
Category:   News
President in Rancho Santa Fe CA

c/o NY Daily News

As most of you know, the president spend this past weekend here in San Diego. His previous visit was back in May of 2014 for a fundraiser.

President Obama spent most of his time playing golf at Torrey Pines (where he crashed a wedding) and relaxing with his family here in Rancho Santa Fe. Prior to leaving yesterday, he made sure to fit one last round of golf in at The Crosby.

Article by: Barry Estates

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