Posted May 10, 2012 on AP on Fox
PLAYERS: Bill Clinton
Former President Bill Clinton will reflect on the White House and fairway on the Golf Channel next week. A May 14 episode of ''Feherty,'' hosted by former golf pro David Feherty, will feature an interview with Clinton. ''Feherty'' premiered in June 2011 and the upcoming show will be the first episode to feature a president. Clinton, during his time in the public eye, earned a reputation for taking free golf shots - otherwise called mulligans, or in his case ''Billigans.'' Feherty retired in 1997 with 10 professional golf wins As well as talking politics, the former president also shared his dream list of golf partners in the interview recorded in late March. On the list? The late legendary golfers Harry Vardon, Bobby Jones and Byron Nelson.

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