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Charles Barkley Finishes Last, Again, at American Century Championship

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Charles Barkley was named the NBA's Most Valuable Player in 1993.

Charles Barkley is not a good golfer. The Hall of Fame basketball player really struggles with the game, but continues to play celebrity and charity events, like the American Century Championship over the weekend.

Barkley failed to make a single par at the Tahoe event (for the second straight year) and finished last. Barkley's score came in at -100, 30 points worse than second-to-last finisher Larry the Cable Guy and 174 points off the pace set by former MLB pitcher Mark Mulder. You can check out his three day scorecard below.

Unfortunately for Barkley, this was slightly worse than last year, where he made one more bogey and scored -98. Kudos to him for continually trying, especially in the name of charity. The 53-year-old player-turned-analyst even broke out the one-handed swing Sunday.

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