The meeting and activities "were strictly private," a source from Macri's office said (File)
Former US president Barack Obama played a round of golf Saturday with Argentine President Mauricio Macri, relaxing one day after a clean-energy summit in the city of Cordoba.
Obama and Macri played at the Golf Club Buenos Aires, an exclusive club on the outskirts of the Argentine capital, a government statement said. The club is managed by the president's brother Gianfranco Macri.
Obama and Macri played at the Golf Club Buenos Aires (AFP)
The meeting and activities "were strictly private," a source from Macri's office told AFP.
Macri, a wealthy businessman, has boasted in the past of playing, and beating, Donald Trump before the New York real-estate mogul became US president.
Macri had earlier met Obama when he welcomed the now ex-US leader to Argentina last year.
Obama made an impassioned plea on Friday for the world to embrace clean energy and overcome climate change at a Green Economy conference in Cordoba, in central Argentina.(Except for the headline, this story has not been edited by NDTV staff and is published from a syndicated feed.)