Golfers at the White House

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Rory McIlroy and his agent, Conor Ridge, attended a state dinner held in honor of British Prime Minister David Cameron and his wife, Samantha, at the White House on March 15.
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Greg Norman, his then-wife Chris Evert and PGA Tour Commissioner Tim Finchem met with President Barack Obama in 2009.
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Tiger Woods visited with Obama in the Oval Office in 2009 while in town for the AT&T National at Congressional.
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Several members of the 2008 U.S. Ryder Cup team visited George W. Bush just a few months before his presidency ended.
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The U.S. Solheim Cup team visited Bush in 2007.
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The Solheim Cup team also visited in 2006 after winning the cup back the previous year at Crooked Stick.
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The U.S. Walker Cup team met with Bush in 2006 in the Oval Office. The Walker Cup is named after Bush's great-grandfather, George Herbert Walker.
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Presidents Cup captains Jack Nicklaus and Gary Player visited Bush in 2005 in the Oval Office.
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Bush presented Arnold Palmer with the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the nation's highest civilian award, in 2004.
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In 2003, D.J. Trahan, then the captain of the Clemson golf team, gave President Bush a cap and golf balls. Bush met with several reigning NCAA champions at an event in the East Room.