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Published on Oct 5, 2012
Olympic legend Michael Phelps has picked up golf, taking on Hank Haney as an instructor and managing to register as a 24 handicap. He's playing with Paul Casey at the Dunhill Links Championship pro-am today in Scotland, and he managed to land a putt measured by the Daily Mail as a 50-yarder. The putt took nearly as long to find the cup as it would take Phelps to swim a 50m freestyle (if Phelps ever were to stoop to competing in that event).
The pair's day got even more interesting later, as Casey's ball was swept away by a stray dog.