(CNN) - President Barack Obama had a high-profile golf partner Saturday: former President Bill Clinton.
The two hit the links on the golf course at Joint Base Andrews, a course outside of Washington that Obama plays frequently. Rounding out the foursome were Obama’s Chief of Staff William Daley and Doug Band, one of Clinton’s aides.
Earlier this week, Obama shared the stage with Clinton in New York when he spoke at a meeting of the Clinton Global Initiative.
In a statement, White House Spokesman Josh Earnest said the outing was just the latest in a string of meetings between the two men.
"President Clinton and President Obama enjoyed their round of golf at Joint Base Andrews today. Periodically, over the last two and a half years, they've gotten together to discuss the unique honor and extraordinary opportunity to lead this country. They were pleased to have the chance to visit once again today," Earnest said.