Golfer Tony Jacklin has admitted that he made a "naive" decision by agreeing to take part in the BBC's Strictly Come Dancing reality show.
The 69-year-old finished second-last in the leaderboard following his first performance with dance partner Aliona Vilani over the weekend.
"When I said yes it was a very naive yes," the Daily Star quotes Jacklin as saying. "I grew up in golf, this is another discipline. It's pressure and you're rushed into another world that I haven't been in tune with.
"Never having seen the programme, it's new territory. It's all very intimidating. I want to be here and am taking one day at a time. It will get harder and I hope I get fitter."
For the last 20 years, Jacklin has lived in Florida with his wife Astrid.