By Cady Lang
December 12, 2016

While President Barack Obama probably has a jam-packed schedule before he leaves office in the new year, he took time out of his busy schedule to kick back with a round of golf at the White House with none other than his fellow Chicago sports enthusiast, Bill Murray.

While putting into a glass in the Oval Office, Murray and Obama trash talked each other’s form when it came to golf and Murray even got in a few well-placed moments of gloating about his beloved Chicago Cubs winning the World Series (Obama, a long suffering White Sox fan, takes it all in good humor.)

However, Obama and Murray paused the good-natured ribbing to discuss something a little more serious: health care. After Murray gripes about his knee hurting and not having health insurance, Obama reminds him that he (and others) will need to sign up by Dec. 15 to be eligible for insurance next year under the Affordable Care Act.

Watch the full clip below.

Write to Cady Lang at cady.lang@timemagazine.com.

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