After hitting a few range balls, Hank Haney’s newest student wanted some feedback.
“Those are just soft, easy swings, and they’re all going much further right than I think I’m aimed,” Rush Limbaugh said.
Haney informed Limbaugh that he was, in fact, aimed to the right.
The irony seemed to be lost on both men, but their on-camera chemistry still makes for good viewing on Golf Channel’s “The Haney Project.” The first episode of the third season will air on Jan. 11 at 9 p.m.
I’ve generally been cool toward reality television, including Golf Channel’s attempts at the genre. But I’ve been willing to give “The Haney Project” a go on a case-by-case basis. Yes to Charles Barkley in season one, but no to Ray Romano in season two. (Then again, I was the exception to the rule that “Everybody Loves Raymond,” even though I was, like the lead character, a sportswriter who used to work in New York.)
But as an unabashed Dittohead, I’ve been looking forward to the third season. I suspect most people are like that: If you find Haney’s student interesting, you’ll watch ...