Levine, frontman of Maroon 5 and "coach" on NBC's smash The Voice, is joined on the series by boxing legend Sugar Ray Leonard, celebrity chef Mario Batali and supermodel-turned-actress Angie Everhart.
The fourth season of The Haney Project debuts on the Golf Channel at 9 p.m. ET on Feb. 27. The series will follow Hank Haney's tutelage of the four celebs over eight episodes, culminating with the four pupils playing each other for up to $100,000 to the charities of their choice.
Note to celebs: Be careful what you do and say, because Hank might write a book about you some day!
Say this for Hank and his Haney Project: he/it gets a better class of celebrity than many other reality shows on the air.
Is it just me, or does Levine seem to be everywhere these days? Maybe he's the new "king of all media." His star has never been higher than it is now with The Voice.
But Levine is a relative newcomer to golf. It was only on July 12, 2011, that Levine tweeted about (presumably) his first round of golf:
"Just tried golf. Not gonna lie. It's totally awesome."