Looks like Hank Haney’s apology wasn’t so sincere after all.

After initially making comments on his SiriusXM PGA Tour Radio show belittling the LPGA and Korean golfers, Haney came back to claim that he was acting in good faith.

Haney found himself in hot water when he and fellow instructor Steve Johnson were discussing the U.S. Women’s Open on a radio segment.  

Johnson: This week is the 74th U.S. Women’s Open, Hank.

Haney: Oh is it? I’m going to predict a Korean. OK?

Johnson (laughing): OK, that’s a pretty safe bet.

Haney: That’s going to be my prediction. I could name you like six players on the LPGA tour. No, maybe I couldn’t. Ah, well, I’d go with Lee. If I didn’t have to name a first name I’d get a bunch of them right.

Haney followed that attempted humor by saying that he couldn’t name any other players beyond Michelle Wie.

Following Jeongeun Lee6’s  U.S Open win on Sunday, Haney doubled down on his comments, and said that his prediction that a Korean would win the tournament was actually based on “statistics and facts.”

Haney’s comments matter because you may think something, but you don’t necessarily have to say it. 

The guy going back and saying it was based on statistics is just idiotic. 

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