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My Game: Weekly Series

It may be reassuring to know A-listers succumb to golf's charms and challenges just as easily as the rest of us. In "My Game," a weekly series, asks noted personalities to expound on their experiences in golf, and what keeps bringing them back.
Hall of Famer Marcus Allen, a Heisman Trophy winner from USC and a former Pro Bowl running back with the Raiders and Chiefs, discusses how a football injury has presented a challenge in his quest to master a second game.

Anthony Anderson, actor ("Law and Order", "Barbershop"), comedian and host of the new show on the Golf Channel, "Golf in America," boasts of his addiction to what has became his greatest passion outside of his family.

The six-time Pro Bowl running back discusses how football players' commitment to practicing has helped expedite his desire to improve at golf.

Fox Sports broadcaster Joe Buck, who worked Major League Baseball's All-Star Game from Busch Stadium in St. Louis, discusses the importance golf holds for him for the solitude it provides him.

Former Kansas City Chiefs and New York Jets head coach Herm Edwards, now a NFL analyst for ESPN, talks about discovering golf late in life.

Former Denver Broncos quarterback John Elway, who also played baseball in the New York Yankees farm system, discusses his love hitting balls -- golf balls or baseballs.

Actor Joel Gretsch talks about growing up learning the game in chilly Minnesota, and the intimidating task of playing the great Bobby Jones in the film, "The Legend of Bagger Vance."

Slovakian tennis star Daniela Hantuchova, the 22nd seed at the 2009 U.S. Open, discusses her newfound passion for golf, a game she'd rather talk about than tennis.

Former NHL star Brett Hull talks about how the motion of a slap shot made hitting a golf ball easy, but getting his handicap down to where it is now was still a long process.

The legendary broadcaster Keith Jackson, a member of the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association Hall of Fame, addresses a passion for golf and shooting lower than his age.

Dan Jansen, 1994 Olympic gold medal winner in speed skating, recounts how he got his handicap down to a 4 by marrying his golf instructor.

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