Hank Haney is recognized across the globe as one of the foremost authorities on the game of golf and as a leader in one of the most demanding of fields, individual performance development. During his 35-year career, Hank has given more than 50,000 golf lessons and instructed more than 200 touring professional from the PGA, LPGA, Champions, European, Japanese, Australian and Asian Tours. But he is best known for the six years he spent coaching the world's No. 1 player, Tiger Woods. Haney is also the host of Golf Channel's HIT show The Haney Project, and this season he faces his toughest challenge yet. Haney has four new students - Chef Mario Batali, Singer Adam Levine, Champion Boxer Sugar Ray Leonard, and Model Angie Everhart - and they will not only be competing for bragging rights, but for $100,000 to give to their favorite charity.
Adam Levine has millions of fans, has churned out Grammy-winning hits and plays sold-out venues countless nights each year. He’s a busy man to say the least, but his friends have pushed him to take up the game of golf and he’s hoping that with a little help from Hank that not only will he enjoy playing golf with his friends but that he’ll be beating them in time as well.Watch Hank’s Video Analysis of Adam’s Swing
Angie Everhart Be it as a magazine cover girl, in a TV series or on the big screen, Angie Everhart has been a sex symbol around the globe for the better part of the last quarter century. But her idea of a perfect day of fun is to get out and play 18 holes, and she’s looking to Hank to help her take her game up a couple of notches to compete on the links with her family, who all take the game quite seriously.Watch Hank’s Video Analysis of Angie’s Swing
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