President Barack Obama and U.S. House Speaker John Boehner won $2 on Saturday, beating Vice President Joe Biden and Ohio Gov. John Kasich in a round of bipartisan golf.

The White House said the foursome had a great time at Joint Base Andrews golf course this morning.

There was no mention of any political discussions taking place. Among the issues facing the leaders in the coming weeks are tense negotiations over raising the debt limit and cutting federal spending and controversy over the President's authority to allow the U.S. to continue assisting in operations related to the bombing of Libya.

Obama and Boehner won on the 18th hole, the White House said. The officials played on the 6,431 yards-long East course, which has a rating of 70.2. Par for the course is 72.

In the first hole, three participants - Obama, Kasich and Boehner - made par, according to a pool report. Biden scored a bogey.

Riding in the same cart were Obama and Boehner. Biden and Kasich rode in the other.

At the end of the match, the foursome enjoyed a cold drink, watch some of the U.S. Open coverage and spoke with military service members, the White House said.

The day at golf links just outside of Washington D.C. began on Saturday morning.

After arriving at about 9:30 a.m., the Presidential motorcade left the course about 5 hours later.