Photos Of Celebrities Playing Mini Golf\nIn honor of this pastime turning 100 in 2016, a look back at some of the big names who have taken on this small sport.\nThe President has figured out how to combine family time with short-game practice. Savvy. \nBarack gives Sasha a high-five after she makes an ace. Look at Sasha playing it cool and acting like she's been there before.\nHere's Bill giving an impromptu speech to Hillary and Chelsea on bank-shot angles.\nShaq may have lost when he took on The Tonight Show host, but can you ever really lose when you walk away with a hat like that?\nSpeaking of great golf hats, the comedian and his son showed off some serious style.\nWe know what you're thinking. Stop. Soccer players are celebrities in other countries.\nNew Zealand's famed national rugby team is an imposing group when it hits the AstroTurf. \nThe actress tees off during a celebrity mini golf tournament put on by former NHL All-Star Eric Lindros. Which leads to the obvious question: Why aren't there more celebrity mini golf tournaments?!\nOK, so this is mini-MINI golf, but the supermodel showed off her innovative side with this iPhone creation.\nTechnically, these actors were only playing because it was part of an episode -- the appropriately named "Swing Vote" -- but we're counting it.\nAfter winning the 2016 PGA Championship, Walker and the Wanamaker Trophy made a putt-putt stop. He didn't bring his own putter because that just wouldn't be fair.\nJust a hunch, but the model/fashion designer likes mini golf better than real golf because there's a little more room for what's considered acceptable on-course attire.\nIn case you thought mini golf wasn't cool, this photo of Freddie should fix that.\nThe most decorated Olympian ever takes on Matt Lauer. Look at Lauer going with one glove! Phelps also happens to have made possibly the longest putt in the history of golf. Seriously.\nAnother gold-medal-winning swimmer shows off her stroke on the turf. Bonus points for matching Greg Norman's shirt in that giant ad.\nThe TV hosts got putting tips from LPGA stars Brittany Lincicome and Lexi Thompson while wearing matching (golf?) green dresses. Hoda must play with golfers who don't give putts.\nNBC sure gets good use out of those greens, huh?! Poor Roker, though. Despite going all out by wearing golf shoes, he looks like he's really struggling.\nThis remains one of the greatest -- and most random -- photos in golf history.