Charles Barkley is a Hall of Fame NBA player and winner of a Sports Emmy Award for "Outstanding Studio Analyst" for his work on TNT.
But, as we've seen through the years, poor Chuck isn't much of a golfer.
On Wednesday, Barkley joined Champions Tour star Fred Couples and new Auburn men's basketball coach Bruce Pearl for a pro-am ahead of the over-50-circuit's first major, the Regions Tradition in Alabama.
Lucky for all of us, someone was there to make a compilation video of some of Barkley's swings.
Barkley was the subject of renowned golf coach Hank Haney's, "Haney Project" on the Golf Channel a few years ago, but as you can see in the video, the retired star power forward hasn't been able to adapt on the course.
Though his swing certainly won't make you envious, you've got to appreciate Barkley's love of the game. In an interview on Golf Channel's Morning Drive, he told Holly Sonders he plays just about everyday.
He also noted to Sonders, "The fans aren't here to watch me play. They're here to laugh at my swing."
Hey -- at least he knows. Chuck has always called it like he sees it.
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