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Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti competitive on golf course, hates losing to the Steelers even more

If Bisciotti birdies a hole, he won't break out into a Ray Lewis dance.

Steve Bisciotti talks about his love for the game of golf with the Golf Channel.
Steve Bisciotti talks about his love for the game of golf with the Golf Channel.
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Those that follow golf will love this.

The Golf Channel recently did an interview with Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti, who enjoys the game in his leisure time. Bisciotti stated that golf is the one sport where he can still be competitive in, considering he can no longer play basketball and isn't snow skiing these days.

However, he's realistic about playing golf. When it comes to being competitive, he cares more about the football he owns.

"No, I hate to lose to the Steelers more," Bisciotti said, when asked if he's just as competitive with golf. "I know I'm going to face some losses on the golf course."

Bisciotti said he has 10 handicap and that he's a solid putter. His bunker play, however, is something to work on.

Having an endless bank account, Bisciotti has been able to play at Cypress Point, Shinnecock Hills and Augusta National.

If he has a good day on the golf course, Bisciotti was asked if he'd break out into Ray Lewis' signature dance.

"Ray asked me, 'Please stop trying it," Bisciotti said. "I tried it a couple of times. It's not a good look for an old white guy."

Here's the video:

(h/t Purple Reign Show)