Talk about a change of scenery. The four freed Uighurs who were detained at Guantánamo Bay have landed a job in Bermuda tending to a golf course in preparation for the PGA Grand Slam of Golf. The men got the job after five Filipino workers quit unexpectedly, the Miami Herald reports. "They have only just started, but they are doing what everyone else does, starting at the bottom and fitting in," the landscaping manager for the course said. It remains to be seen whether the job will turn into a permanent gig for the Uighurs. Meanwhile, 13 other Uighurs still being held at Guantánamo recently pleaded in a letter to President Obama to expedite their release to the Pacific island of Palau.