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SAN DIEGO – President Barack Obama headed out early Monday from a luxury resort in Rancho Santa Fe to get in another round of golf before he and his family head back to Washington.

A motorcade carrying the president left the Rancho Valencia luxury hotel and spa just after 7:30 a.m. The motorcade brought the president to The Crosby at Rancho Sante Fe, a private golf course near the hotel, according to several Twitter posts.

Obama is scheduled to leave San Diego at around 1 p.m., giving him several hours to play a round of golf at The Crosby.   Sunday the president played golf at Torrey Pines.

The president flew into San Diego Saturday night after traveling to Roseburg, Oregon, the site of last week’s shooting at Umpqua Community College in which nine people were killed and nine others wounded. He also stopped in San Francisco and Los Angeles for political fundraisers.

The president spent Saturday night and Sunday relaxing with his family in Rancho Santa Fe and did not attend any public events locally.

The president’s last San Diego visit was in May 2014, when he attended a fundraiser at the home of former Qualcomm co-founder Irwin Jacobs.