The man has a net worth of $79.5 billion, but a handicap in the mid-20s. Proof that you can't have it all.
Owen's game is no joke. He once had ambitions of a professional career before an injury nudged him into music. Given that he's charted four albums in the country top 10, probably a good choice.
I'm not sure what amazes me more: At age 59, Kenny remains a lights-out golfer, or that his last name is "Gorelick."
Let Smoltz be a cautionary tale those that think, because they can break par at their home course, they could make it on tour. In his Nationwide Tour debut, the Hall of Fame pitcher missed the cut...by 27 shots.
Don't laugh at those radio-station scores. You could be a scratch golfer and take Eastwood on in a straight-up match...and I'd bet, even at 85 years old, he'd kick your butt strictly off intimidation.
Wow, memberships to Cypress Point AND Augusta? It's good to be Condi.
Craig T. Nelson
If Nelson is anything like his character from Coach, a more motivating, wisdom-dropping partner one could not ask.
Wow, JT has really worked on his game. Just five years ago, his handicap hovered around 6. About time something went that guy's way.
I'd have that face too if my handicap rose nearly six strokes.
Kind of ruins Tin Cup knowing Roy McAvoy wouldn't break 80 at your local muni.
I've seen Russell around L.A. courses a few times, and his swing is a helluva lot better than a 13. Conversely, judging from this photo, he IS rocking a glove to putt.
Wait a minute...my handicap is lower than Jack Nicklaus'. Does that mean I'm a better golfer than Jack Nicklaus? I'm a better golfer than Jack Nicklaus! (Note: I'm not a better golfer than Jack Nicklaus.)
Boehner announced his resignation from the Speaker of the House in late September. His first GHIN post after a fifth-month sabbatical was in October. Coincidence?
Do you think Haysbert drops Major League, 24 and Allstate references on the course? If not, that's a bigger disappointment than finding out Western film icon John Wayne hated horses.
Poor guy. Not only does he play for the Cowboys, but his collarbone injury will likely keep his offseason golf to a minimum.
When we interviewed David earlier this year, he was a 15. "I can reach a lot of par 4s in two," he said. "The reason I'm a 15 is that at the end of the day there are three 7s on my card. But I'm a 15 you don't want to play against."
Judging by his erractic scores, Cheadle looks like the perfect best-ball partner: someone who can break 80 yet is getting strokes on more than half the holes.
The way this football season is going for Ryan, he might want to contemplate a career change.
It's been some time since His Airness posted a score. I don't want to speculate, but clearly that absence is Jordan hitting the gym in preparation for another basketball comeback. Only explanation.
Hank Haney is a miracle worker. But divine intervention couldn't help Ray break 80.
Samuel L. Jackson
THAT'S RIGHT, JACKSON SHOT A 95 AND 73 IN THE SAME SEASON!!!! WHAT, YOU NEVER HAD A BAD DAY????? YOU THINK HE'S SANDBAGGIN,' YOU #$%@!*&@!????
In case this basketball thing doesn't work out, looks like Steph has the chops to hold his own on the course.
It looks like Ballmer was pretty judicious about putting in his scores until that 110. Don't give up, Steve! You've made the Clippers a viable franchise! Compared to that, turning around your golf game will be a piece of cake.
Now that he's retired, look for the Ole Ball Coach to come down into the single digits.
That sound you hear is everyone outside the New England area questioning the credibility of Brady's handicap.
At 58, Gill is getting up there in age, but his handicap hasn't risen a bit.
Looks like having Dustin Johnson in the family is paying off in Gretzky's golf game.
I'm sure his golf game won't wow, but good odds he'd drain a 40-foot putt on 18 to beat you.
You know what? I'm okay with this. Will Smith is the coolest guy to ever walk the earth. Putting a number next to his name is beneath him.