The media has been mentioning golf a lot this week, due to President Obama and House Speaker John Boehner's game that was played earlier today. It's also been mentioned that many past presidents have been golfers. In fact, fifteen of the last eighteen United States presidents have been golf players.
President Dwight D. Eisenhower was probably the most dedicated to the game. It has been said that during his presidency of eight years, he played over eight hundred rounds of golf. Many weeks, he would find time to play eighteen holes on both Wednesday and Saturday. It is amazing he was actually able to make the time to do this. President Ike knew Bobby Jones and Arnold Palmer, and played at the Augusta National Golf Club often. While he was a very active player, he must have thought that he could do better. He once joked "If I don't improve, I’m going to pass a law that no one can ask me my golf score.”
Golf.com has an interesting look at a set of President Eisenhower's golf clubs here.