|1. Rudy Gatlin
||Singer's touted motivational speaking must have contributed to improvement from 2.4 Index in 2006; plays at Royal Oaks in Dallas, where he shot 68 in June.
|2. Kenny G
||Jazz saxophonist was our No. 1 in 2006; says his proudest athletic moment was hitting a great drive in front of Jack Nicklaus. (Read more about Kenny G)
|3. Marty Roe
||Vocalist and acoustic guitarist for Diamond Rio plays at Nashville Golf & Athletic Club; improved his Index over summer months.
|4. Vince Gill
||Country singer, on tour through November, has raised millions for junior golf with his "Vinny" pro-celebrity event; The First Tee Nashville facility is called The VinnyLinks.
|5. Steve Azar
||Singer-songwriter played almost daily with college roommate, listening on headphones to Springsteen, Mellencamp and Seger.
|6. Adrian Young
||Drummer for No Doubt with mohawk cut belongs to two clubs in San Diego area. (Read more about Adrian Young)
|7. Steve Gatlin
||Hasn't improved as dramatically as No. 1 younger brother, but he's down from 3.9 in '06.
|8. Larry Gatlin
||Went from gospel to country to Broadway.
|9. Dan Tyminski
||Ten-time Grammy winner released his second solo album, "Wheels," in June.
|10. Griffin House
||Singer-songwriter grew up playing at Springfield (Ohio) Country Club, where his scratch-player dad is a former club champ.
|11. Alice Cooper
||Well before he was known for his golf, rocker used to charter flights to golf venues from concert cities. (Read more about Alice Cooper)
|T-12. Mac Davis
||Singer-songwriter who wrote several Elvis hits plays at Bel-Air Country Club.
|T-12. Huey Lewis
||Posted 18 rounds at his Montana club in May/June; performed on Capitol lawn July 4.
|14. Lloyd Cole
||British rocker lives in western Massachusetts, where he laments that only two of Donald Ross' original holes remain at home course, Wycoff Country Club.
|T-15. Josh Kelley
||Singer married actress Katherine Heigl late last year, and he's claiming a handicap two strokes higher than his 4 in our 2006 ranking.
|T-15. Justin Timberlake
||Rarely plays 18 holes; says he's "about a 6." (See interview with Justin Timberlake)
|17. Will Pugh
||Lead singer for Cartel quit his high school golf team to pursue music.
|T-18. Alan White
||Yes drummer, based in state of Washington, is No. 2 sticks man on our list.
|T-18. Dweezil Zappa
||Guitarist says golf keeps him sane in crazy business.
|20. Clay Walker
||Country singer hosted "Band Against MS" fund-raiser at Pebble Beach courses to fight MS, a disease from which he suffers.