Hank Haney heads to China to give a lesson to Olympic gold medalist Michael Phelps.
Rush Limbaugh gets a lesson in putting from golf coach Hank Haney.
Hank Haney tells Rush Limbaugh to start thinking like him on the golf course.
Rush Limbaugh is completely deaf, and can only hear with a cochlear implant.
Former "American Idol" Michael Johns talks with Access about his new Christmas song, "Another Christmas." The proceeds from the song will go to ALS research and the Red Cross.
NBA superstar Shaquille O'Neal as he faces some of today's best athletes. With one week of training leading up to each challenge, Shaq levels the playing field by negotiating a handicap with each opponent. Some of the challengers include Michael Phelps, Ben Roethlisberger, Oscar de la Hoya, and Kerri Walsh and Misty May-Treanor!
Gov. Palin and Senator Clinton address the nation
Ray and Hank play in the Cox Celebrity Championship hosted by Drew Brees.
Hank visits Ray in Las Vegas to continue working on the goal of breaking 80.
Ray and Hank resume work after weeks of not seeing each other.
Ray has reached the halfway point in his training, and his progress is tested.
Ray spends more time thinking about what's wrong than listening to Hank's instruction.
The stars are out at the Ray Romano and Kevin James Celebrity Golf Classic.
Hank Haney tackles a new project, as comedian and TV star Ray Romano tries to break 80.
Shaquille O'Neal challenges Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps to a series of swimming races in front of a standing-room-only crowd at Loyola University in Maryland.
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Hank and Charles reflect on their journey and where Charles goes from here.
Hank and Charles play one final round. A cast of characters make cameo appearances.
Charles goes to play his first round of golf without the help of Hank Haney.
Charles takes his new swing in front of a crowd and has a revelation during the round.
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