Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning is a micromanager, and he's not ashamed of it. In fact, he's so not ashamed of it that he's actually devised a system to help other people get used to it.
Manning's "brilliant plan" is to take his new teammates to play golf, even if they've never touched a club before, according to a story by the Wall Street Journal's Kevin Clark. That may not sound too bad, but the whole thing actually turns into a bit of an ordeal for the other player.
Manning will reportedly critique every element of the new recruit's swing, move their feet into the position he wants them and bark orders before -- eventually -- letting his teammate hit the ball.
But it seems his teammates have come to appreciate the process. Here's a section from the story: