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Hank Haney has a new student
I haven't gotten around to watching my DVD of the season two premiere of the Golf Channel's "The Haney Project," in which Hank Haney attempts to improve Ray Romano's game.
(Why not? Tiger Woods has skipped his recent lessons with Haney for some reason, so Hank has time on his hands.)
The show debuts at 9 p.m. Monday.
I did watch this week's season finale of Romano's other new series, TNT's "Men of a Certain Age."
I enjoyed the program and recommend you catch up with it in reruns. But it's within the realm of possibility that I am biased by the fact I fit a very narrow demographic with a natural affinity for the show:
I'm a male in my late 40s who is a Newsday sports columnist who works in his basement, and the show is about men in their late 40s, one of whom used to play a Newsday sports columnist who works in his basement.