Prepare Thyself For A Charles Barkley Golf Reality Show

Thursday, August 14, 2008

Charles has been all over the news this Summer with stories on him still going to casinos, sending a Busboy to College, calling the media a bunch of "jackasses" who are "out to get him" and taking up boxing. Life never slows down for Barkley and now he's actually looking to add a reality show on the Golf Channel to his busy schedule.

What's the show going to be about you ask? Well Charles has talked to Tiger Woods' Swing Coach, Hank Haney about doing a show to help him with his Golf game and wants to call it "Fix Charles Barkley's Swing". Via Game On....

The Hall of Fame basketball player and TNT analyst tells USA TODAY’s Jon Saraceno that he met with Hank Haney, who is Tiger Woods’ swing coach, to discuss a show to be televised by the Golf Channel. Filming, he says, begins in a couple of weeks in Dallas. (Photo by Ethan Miller, Getty Images)

The goal: “Fix Charles Barkley’s swing,’’ says Sir Charles, who took Woods’ suggestion and called Haney. “It’s some ugly (stuff), isn’t it? It’s not only terrible, it’s embarrassing.’’

“I was telling Hank (Tuesday) that when I’m standing over the ball, I’m (expletive deleted) terrified. I have no idea what’s going to happen. He told me he used to have the yips, but not as bad as me. That’s what makes me think he can fix what’s wrong.’’
I wish him all the best, and a show like that would be entertaining as hell, but I think that monstrosity is impossible to fix at this point. In the last celebrity tournament Sir Charles played in, he finished dead last. Well that's not true....Gene Upshaw withdrew and finished eighty second. Barkley shot a -81 (Stableford scoring) and was beaten by such "celebrities" as Kevin Nealon, Stone Phillips, Pedro Cerano, and Lou F'ING Holtz!

These days you either, have to accept that you're terrible and cut your losses, or just do a reality show completely making fun of yourself. I think we can all agree that he should go with option number two.

For Charles Barkley it don't mean a thing if you don't have that swing (Game On)

Posted by Awful Announcing- at 10:42 AM

4 Comments:

I bought a friend of mine Ben Hogan's book, and a month later he could swing nicely and make contact with the ball consistently.

hollywood wags said...
Aug 14, 2008, 11:33:00 AM  

I would DEFINITELY watch this. By the end of the season, Haney will be reading books on why you shouldn't kill yourself.

GMoney said...
Aug 14, 2008, 11:38:00 AM  

I hope the show is not TURRIBLE.

Anonymous said...
Aug 14, 2008, 5:59:00 PM  

Good Job! :)

Tony said...
Sep 20, 2008, 6:12:00 PM  

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