Feb 27, 2013, 3:48 PM EDT
Swimming legend Michael Phelps was on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon Tuesday to discuss his London gold medals – and the silvers he wish hadn’t won – as well as his recent return to the golf course as part of the Golf Channel’s Hank Haney Project. During the interview, Phelps admitted that he was “probably spending too much time on the golf course and needed to get back in the pool” in 2009 and 2010, but was happy to be back on the course now that he’s retired from the water at all of 27-years-old. Then Fallon showed off Phelps’s televised-record 159-foot putt he nailed in St. Andrews last year, which is somehow even more impressive upon a second and third viewing.
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