We know what Michael Phelps is going to do next. Golf anyone?
Fresh off of winning six medals at the London Olympics, Phelps is going to tackle the world's best golf courses with help from the Golf Channel.
The Baltimore swimmer, who says he has retired from competitive swimming after winning 22 career medals, including 18 golds, will learn the game from Tiger Woods' former coach, Hank Haney, as the next student on "The Haney Project," a Golf Channel show. Phelps and Golf Channel president Mike McCarley made the announcement Saturday.
Past pupils on Haney's show have included former NBA star Charles Barkley, Maroon 5 singer Adam Levine and actor Ray Romano, according to the network. Haney is regarded as one of the top teaching pros in the game.
Phelps will get to play golf around the world, either under the watchful eye of Haney or using tips and instruction from Haney. The network said his coach, Bob Bowman, and mom, Debbie Phelps, will make guest appearances, along with some celebrities.
Filming of the show begins in September and episodes will start to air in February.