The Haney Project Limbaugh - Episode 1
Right Down The Middle: Rush Limbaugh desperately wants to become a better golfer, and Hank Haney has committed himself to another “project”. Hank meets Rush for the first time. Hank breaks down Rush’s game and begins to put together a plan to help “the most dangerous man in America”! See Rush in a way you’ve never seen him before . . . QUIET!
The Haney Project: Rush Limbaugh - Episode 8
The Final Round: Hank and Rush head out of the country for one final round of golf, and Hank takes Rush to what he calls the nicest golf course in the world. Rush tries to put into practice all that he has learned over the course of the past seven months of training with Hank. There are challenges and surprises along the way for “El Rushbo” as he concludes this golfing experiment with Hank Haney.
The Haney Project: Rush Limbaugh - Episode 5
Weekend in the Bahamas: Hank and Rush visit the beautiful Bakers Bay Resort in The Bahamas for a weekend of golf and plenty of off-the-course activities. Rush goes one-on-one with professional golfer Pat Perez. Rush also has been spending extra time on the range and has a big surprise in store for Hank.
The Haney Project: Rush Limbaugh - Episode 4
Far from Par: As Hank makes a trip to China to open a new golf academy, Rush continues to practice his game by himself in Florida. Plus, Olympian Michael Phelps stops by, and Rush has a breakthrough.
The Haney Project: Rush Limbaugh - Episode 2
Hawaii Fore–O!: An “after hours” birthday party for Hank, a paddle board session on the sea, and lots of time on the range all make up this Hawaiian excursion. Plus, baseball Hall of Famer George Brett stops by.How can you beat it? Bullets. Everything on the range is bullets. George Brett , I obviously met when I worked for the Kansas City Royals and I was there from 1979 to '83 which was their first World Series appearance in 1980. George and I had clubhouse duties, responsibilities. George became a good friend, and I was schlepp. I was makingteachers. Wanna introduce you guys to a couple of my good friends, George Brett , number 5, hall of fame baseball, Kansas City Royals , and a 5-handicap, the number with George is 5 all the way around. -All the way around, I'll take it. -This is
The Haney Project: Rush Limbaugh - Episode 3
All in a Days Work: First, Rush visits Hank in Dallas and spends a day at his golf ranch working on improving his game. Then, Hank pays a visit to Rush’s radio studio in Florida and watches the most popular man in radio do his show. Finally, the two hit the course to continue their quest to shave strokes off Rush’s handicap.I got back from Dallas, the next day I opened the program, Hank Haney is mad at me. -I've heard about that. All my friends that listened to you called me. I think that like 5 million people an hour was on The Rush and watch him do his show, it's pretty neat. -Would you mind to have some of these explained and see some of those [unk] -Yeah. Absolutely. -We don't have nobody, we never let cameras in here. -That's David Duvall . -That's a Bob Holt. This is the dining room, wine and dine people will separate them from their money. Let me show
The Haney Project: Rush Limbaugh - Episode 7
LA Rush: Hank and Rush head to Los Angeles, and while visiting LA, Rush plays a round with his good friend and NBC broadcaster Al Michaels. Then, it’s time for another intense lesson with Hank. During the lesson, Rush hits a shot that he has never hit before as Hank prepares Rush for his final round.
The Haney Project: Rush Limbaugh - Episode 6
100 Swings a Day Keep Hank Away: Rush commits himself to Hank’s prescription of taking 100 swings a day to improve his game. Also, Rush has a surprise when he meets up with Hank in Hilton Head for a weekend at Hank’s golf academy. Course management is on the agenda for Rush.their greatest player in the history of the game in my opinion Tiger Woods and and I've had the opportunities the worst player in the world and keep up. It's a -- Barkley got to be