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Legendary Golf Instructor Hank Haney joins Charlie Rymer as they play the beautiful Jack Nicklaus designed Pawleys Plantation Golf Club.
Charlie: Today in beautiful Myrtle beach, South Carolina, I'm joined by one of the best golf instructors of all time. Hank Haney. I'm Charlie Rymer and this is Riding with Rymer.
Charlie: Charlie, how you doing bud?
Hank: Great. Come on, give me a hug. Always great seeing you.
Charlie: We got a cool golf course for you, Holly's Plantation. You're going to love it. You're going to love it, too, because when you hang out with Hank, you get a lot of laughs, but you learn something as well.
Hank: How about the ride here?
Charlie: Well, seems pretty sweet.
Hank: Heck, you got a little lifted. It's big like you. Big time, right? That's when they call you.
Charlie: Let's roll.
Hank: Man, I feel like I'm special. Riding with Rymer. Is this kind of like Carpool Karaoke? Are you going to-
Charlie: Yeah, like that.
Hank: Are you going to sing a song for me?
Charlie: No, Charlie don't sing. Charlie don't dance. But this is the way I roll right here. I got to ask you, when did you decide you were going to be a teacher?
Hank: A long time with ago, man. When I was in college, I played college golf at University of Tulsa. And I majored in education. I loved helping people. So I just said, "You know what, I'm going to be a teacher." I started teaching at the rec centers in Tulsa. I taught for free just so I could say that I had experience when I got done. And I got my first job teaching and then from there, I met a lot of good people. When I met Mark O'Mara, then everything changed for Hank Haney. Started teaching touring pros and now ... Tiger was my last student. Now I'm back just spending all my time helping amateurs, really.
Charlie: And I know you spent a lot of time developing juniors, but one thing that frustrates me about college golf now is they sign these kids so early and they're not giving late bloomers a chance.
Hank: That's a good point. It just depends, though. I mean, what school, the top 10 schools or whatever. I mean, they're after all the best players, but the rest of the schools are trying to find those late bloomers. You're trying to find that guy that can turn into something. Everybody wants to tell you that they're that guy. But in golf, the great thing about golf is you got to shoot the score. I coached college golf for five years. I know what it was like. It's tough getting players. That's why they're signing them earlier and earlier.
Charlie: He's no spring chicken. He got six and a half year old son, Henry.
Charlie: How has that changed your life?
Hank: Oh my God. I tell you what, when you have a six year old, it keeps me young. When I coached on the tour, I spent 200 days a year traveling. But now I've got time and I spend it with my son and he's my student. I coach him on life really, so I love it. It's been just incredible. How long is this hole?
Charlie: We've got about 115 yards. I always tell kids, you use a T, but I'm too lazy. It's a tough hole.
Hank: How's the average fellow play this hole?
Charlie: I would say there's a lot of golf balls out there, Hank. Greens look awesome.
Charlie: 287 pounds and I can't get it to the hole.
Hank: That's what's called dead center, too.
Charlie: One of things I want to ask you about is when you walk up on a tee and you're talking to a player, it's like I listen to a four star general talk. When you're talking to a player, it's like, "Yes sir, I'm going to do that." How do you get to that point?
Hank: Some of it is just the way you convey your message, the confidence that you give it, and people can sense that right away. Whether or not you actually really are guessing, or you 100% know what you're talking about. And that's the advantage that more experienced teachers have. And that's a lot of times why they get better results.
Charlie: What would you have done if you hadn't have been Hank Haney?
Hank: I would have coached something, because the thing is, I just like helping people. I mean, I just love it. It's just what gets me going. It's what I'd just like to do. It's so much fun to help people no matter what you're helping them with. I'm a coach. Just the fact that golf is my subject, but I can coach anything. It just takes me a little while to learn the subject. Once I learn the subject matter, then I can go. And if you're a coach, you're a coach, so I'd be coaching something.
Hank: I love passionate golfers, like with coaching, everybody says "Hank, do you like working with better players?" I mean, I like work with anybody. I mean, to me they're all just students.
Charlie: I'm going to see if I can peel the paint off of that 150 pole. Tell me the truth, Hank. Where'd that ball go?
Hank: You peeled some paint, but ...
Charlie: I peeled some paint off the house.
Hank: This golf course was beautiful. We had a great day. Great day.
Charlie: This nice little four.
Hank: You've got some good pots.
Charlie: Yeah. Well Hank, I appreciate you coming out and spending a little bit of time with me. Always a pleasure hanging out with you.
Hank: My pleasure. I had a blast Riding with Rymer.
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