"It's hard to compare Ike and JFK, because Ike was a much older man when I played with him. Kennedy's in his mid-40s. Clinton's swing might be a little bit more athletic [than JFK's]. Not much more so, just a little bit. I played with Clinton the other day, at Trump's course in New York. Clinton can hit it, but you never know what zip code he's going to hit it into."
On JFK's golf cart
"Look at that—the three-wheeled cart. That's the early days of golf carts. The three-wheeled cart didn't last long."
On fixing JFK's swing and his potential as a golfer
"He's very fixable. I would have told him to firm up the arms, get over to his right side, then get all the way through to his left side. I'd get his hands a little farther away from his body on the putting. Not a lot, just a little. You could see him shooting in the mid-80s. You could see him shooting 85."