Fore! Packers QB Aaron Rodgers plays golf in foursome with President Obama

Packers QB Aaron Rodgers hits his tee shot on the second hole during the first round of the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am at Spyglass Hill Golf Course on Feb. 11. Kyle Terada/USA TODAY Sports

Aaron Rodgers had quite the foursome on Saturday. The Green Bay Packers quarterback teed it up with President Barack Obama, astronaut Mark Kelly and ESPN's Pardon the Interruption host Tony Kornheiser, the White House announced.

Rodgers has a connection to Kelly. They were contestants last year on "Celebrity Jeopardy!" and have become friends. Kornheiser has been a regular golf partner of Obama, who according to ESPN business reporter Darren Rovell was playing his 280th round of golf as president.

The White House said they were playing at The Courses at Andrews Air Force Base.

Rodgers is an avid golfer with a single-digit handicap who has regularly played in the PGA Tour's AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, but this is believed to be his first round with the president.

Rodgers has met Obama at least once before, when the Packers visited the White House in 2011 following their Super Bowl XLV victory. Last year, Obama compared himself to Rodgers during an interview with Bill Simmons that appeared in GQ Magazine.