He hosted an intimate interview at his offices in Harlem, New York City, and discussed a range of issues close to his heart including, family, politics and his growing passion for Golf. Clinton expressed his love for the sport and noted that it's one of the most effective ways to overcome animosity and political differences - something that has been a prominent issue throughout his life. Speaking of Golf's social power, he said:
"Golf brings people together. Once you actually see somebody as a human being, it becomes impossible to disregard what they have to say, and you might learn something. I think it's really important."
Clinton has always been an avid Golfer; during his presidency he told Golf Digest that his dream foursome would be "Abraham Lincoln and the two Roosevelts". In reality, the 65 year-old still showcases an impressive list of golf partners and has teed off with some of the biggest names in the game, including Luke Donald, Amy Alcott and Tiger Woods. However, Clinton still believes he has a lot to do before he reaches his peak and expressed a keen interest in playing new courses. Commenting on his experience, Clinton said:
"I have never played some of the greatest American courses. I've never played Augusta National. I've never played at Pine Valley. I was invited. But I never played Augusta because I had too many secret service people."
And it could be that Mr Clinton chooses to explore new courses with a golf gps. The devices have proved to be a popular choice with both amateurs and professionals, allowing players to get to know new courses with valuable hole and hazard information.