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Rush Limbaugh Is Latest Celebrity Student on 'The Haney Project'

by Catherine Lawson, posted Jun 18th 2010 9:20AM
According to the Hollywood Reporter, controversial right wing radio host Rush Limbaugh has signed up to star in the third season of 'The Haney Project,' in which Tiger Woods' former coach gives celebrities tips on how to improve their golf game.

The Golf Channel series will follow Limbaugh as he takes golf lessons from renowned instructor Hank Haney over the course of a season. Talking about it on his radio show, Limbaugh said that Haney's "taking me on as his third pupil to try to turn into somebody that can play the game." The previous celebrity students on the show were NBA Hall of Famer Charles Barkley and comedian Ray Romano.

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Tiger Woods Says Nothing in ESPN, Golf Channel Interviews

by Bob Sassone, posted Mar 22nd 2010 10:28AM
Tiger WoodsSo, did you see the interview that Tiger Woods gave to ESPN and The Golf Channel yesterday? It was ... odd. It was one of those interviews that had the appearance of telling us a lot, but after it was over you realize that you learned exactly nothing and your opinion on the matter didn't change one bit.

Woods talked to ESPN's Tom Rinaldi (the interview that I saw) for five minutes and to Golf Channel's Kelly Tilghman for five minutes. The rules were he could be asked anything but the interviews had to be held at the Isleworth Country Club in Florida and they had to be held to five minutes.

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Donald Trump gets another TV show

by Brad Trechak, posted Dec 17th 2009 10:30AM
Donald Trump and Vince McMahonNot only does the man keep getting rehired, he's now got yet another job. Donald Trump will be hosting Donald J. Trump's Fabulous World of Golf on April 26 on the Golf Channel. The premise of the program is that golf stars and celebrities will play Trump one-on-one in a golf game for charity (presumably if Trump loses, the show donates to the charity of the celebrity's choice).

Will anybody attack Trump with a golf club? I would tune in for that. Wouldn't it be great if he had the rematch with Vince McMahon in a game of golf? Perhaps, much like his WWE appearance, the loser can also have their head shaven.

I'll wait to hear who Trump is actually playing before I consider tuning in. Of course, I hear Tiger Woods suddenly has a lot of free time available and could use the positive publicity. That would be an interesting episode.

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The Five: Networks I can do without

by Bob Sassone, posted Mar 10th 2006 9:06AM
1. ABC Family. Now,  there's nothing wrong with having a "family" station, it's just that most of the movies they show we can see elsewhere or can rent on DVD. And how many times can we sit through endless repeats of Whose Line Is It Anyway? and America's Funniest Home Videos? Besides, this "family" channel often shows movies like Cruel Intentions. And don't forget it also has The 700 Club.

2. The Weather Channel. Yeah, I know, it can be helpful in times of tornadoes and hurricanes and blizzards. But if networks like CNN, MSNBC, and FOX can get that information out, I think we can do without 24 hour weather channels. A weather channel on the web makes sense, but on TV?

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