25 Musicians on the Course\nSelections from Golf Digest's Top 100 In Music Rankings\nHandicap: 1.8\n\n No Doubt drummer plays seriously—and in a lot of celebrity events.\nHandicap: 13\n\n Former "American Idol" winner is glad to be home at Shoal Creek after Vegas stint.\nHandicap: 6.7\n\n Best golfer in Hootie & the Blowfish has also made it big as a solo artist.\nHandicap: 4.2\n\n Consistently breaking 80 when home in California at Lakeside Golf Club in Burbank.\nHandicap: 18\n\n Got only 16 strokes with pal John Daly at AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am; observers say he needs a lot more.\nHandicap: 18\n\n Alice in Chains singer/guitarist has been spotted practicing backstage.\nHandicap: 0\n\n Country singer played briefly on the then-Nationwide Tour as Jason Farris Brown.\nHandicap: 6\n\n Rascal Flatts guitarist/vocalist has good golf rep with fellow musicians.\nHandicap: 4.9\n\n Index for this Mississippi singer is on the way back down after recent rounds.\nHandicap: 16\n\n Country singer is back in the spotlight after being named in Jason Aldean song.\nHandicap: 5.5\n\n Hall of Fame rocker is almost as well known for his golf addiction.\nHandicap: 2\n\n Jazz saxophonist hasn't been posting scores but was a 2-handicap at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am.\nHandicap: 11.7\n\n Saxophonist/band leader is super avid in Durham, N.C.\nHandicap: 5.8\n\n Singer best known for "She Won't be Lonely Long" plays at the Golf Club of Tennessee.\nHandicap: 15\n\n Maroon 5 frontman and judge on "The Voice" benefited from Hank Haney's tutelage.\nHandicap: 3.4\n\n Award-winning country singer was derailed from a pro-golf career by injury\nHandicap: 7\n\n Left his Montana home to spend the summer touring with The News.\nHandicap: 3.2\n\n Lady Antebellum singer/songwriter's awards include six Grammys.\nHandicap: 8.4\n\n Bon Jovi drummer, ranked among greatest of all time, plays at La Gorce in Florida.\nHandicap: 10\n\n Country singer's baritone still draws fans.\nHandicap: 14.7\n\n Longtime partner of Ronnie Dunn is now solo and a radio host.\nHandicap: 15\n\n Former Eagles guitarist is a regular at Malibu Golf Club and plays the Alfred Dunhill Links.\nHandicap: 12.5\n\n Hootie's lead guitarist plays at Bulls Bay Golf Club near his South Carolina home.\nHandicap: plus-0.3\n\n Country legend has been a scratch player since high school and practices more than he competes at the Golf Club of Tennessee. "Take any of the top 25 on this list, and any of us can beat the other," says Gill, laughing at the news he's our No. 1. "Now everyone's gonna be gunnin' for me. I'm toast!"\nHandicap: 20\n\n At his Texas course, "par is whatever Willie shoots," says the pro.