Season Finale of The Haney Project Tonight 9PM ET
- By Golf Channel Digital
- Apr 23, 2012 12:30 AM ET
$100,000 is on the line in The Haney Project season finale. Adam Levine, Mario Batali, Angie Everhart and Sugar Ray Leonard head to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, to take everything Hank Haney has taught them this season and compete for the ultimate grand prize - $100,000 for their favorite charity.
Levine is competing for Teen Impact, a support program for teens and young adults who have or once had cancer or a blood disease; Batali is playing for the Mario Batali Foundation, which was established to feed, protect, educate and empower children; Everhart is competing for Wednesday’s Child, which helps find permanent, loving adoptive families for children in foster care; and Leonard is playing for the Sugar Ray Leonard Foundation, which raises funds to fight diabetes and child obesity.
Haney will put all of his students’ hard work to the test by having them participate in several challenges from tee to green. After the skills challenges are over, Haney will award one of his student’s the Most Improved Player award and $100,000 to his or her charity of choice based on their performance in the skills challenges. Who will it be? Will it be the rocker, the chef, the model or the prize-fighter? Only way to find out is tune in to the season finale of The Haney Project tonight at 9PM ET only on the Golf Channel.
Watch a sneak peek of what Haney’s foursome is in for in tonight’s finale.
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