(CNN) - President Barack Obama returned to Virginia for the third time in as many days Sunday.
But unlike his campaign visits on Friday and Saturday, his most recent visit to the battleground state was a golf outing.
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The president hit the links at Fort Belvoir, and the White House said he was joined by his regular partner Marvin Nicholson, U.S. Trade Representative Ron Kirk, and his senior adviser David Plouffe.
On Friday, Obama campaigned in Virginia Beach, Hampton and Roanoke, and on Saturday, his campaign events were in Glen Allen and Clifton, Virginia.
Virginia is one of seven toss-up battleground states on the CNN Electoral Map.
Obama hit his 100th round of golf as president on Father's Day this year.
- CNN's Gregory Wallace and Kevin Liptak contributed to this report