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Obama returns home after round of golf at Kapolei

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President Barack Obama went across the island to golf at the Kapolei Golf Course this afternoon with a familiar foursome.

The president arrived at the course just before noon and left just before 6 p.m.

He went golfing with Darrell Harrington, and Punahou School friends Bobby Titcomb and Greg Orme. They were his partners on Monday when Obama played at the Mid Pacific Country Club in Lanikai.

It’s the third time the president has hit the links since he began his vacation Saturday.

He began his day with the usual morning workout at Marine Corps Base Hawaii.

On the way to and from the Marine base, people stopped and watched as the motorcade whizzed past.

Earlier today, Obama, Vice President Joe Biden and their wives released matching lists of their favorite holiday songs on the popular music streaming service Spotify. Topping the list for Obama and his wife, Michelle, is the instrumental version of “O Tannenbaum” by the Vince Guaraldi Trio featured in “A Charlie Brown Christmas.”

He returned to his Kailua rental a little after 6:30 p.m.


The Associated Press contributed to this story.

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