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Barack Obama, Kevin Plank golf in Baltimore County

In this file photo, golfers participate in the LPGA International Golf Tournament at Caves Valley Golf Club. On Sunday, President Obama played golf at the facility.
In this file photo, golfers participate in the LPGA International Golf Tournament at Caves Valley Golf Club. On Sunday, President Obama played golf at the facility. (Algerina Perna / Baltimore Sun file)

President Barack Obama was back on the links in Baltimore County Saturday and he had a familiar golf partner — Under Armour founder Kevin Plank.

The president also golfed with Plank on the tony Caves Valley Golf Club this spring. Spokespeople for Plank and Obama have previously declined to say who won that game.

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The motorcade pulled up to Caves Valley around 1:25 p.m. on a baking hot Saturday to a small crowd of onlookers, according to a pool report. Two Obama aides rounded out the foursome.

It was not immediately clear how many of them wore Under Armour gear, but Obama has been spotted in the Baltimore brand on at least one other occasion.

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Caves Valley opened in 1991, conceived as an economic development tool by executives of some of Baltimore's biggest businesses and law firms. The club limits membership to 600 people, who must be invited.

The club has been open to the country's commander-in-chief since its beginning. President George H.W. Bush played at the 962-acre site in 1992.

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