BRASELTON, Ga. -- Natural athleticism is hard to miss.
You can spot it in size the 6-foot-9 guy with a long, confident stride probably played something, somewhere and carriage, where broad shoulders and powerful legs stretching the seams of street clothes are an instant tell. Even at age 46, former NFL defensive back and MLB outfielder Brian Jordan, now a FOX Sports South baseball analyst, has that look.
Jordan is part of a very small fraternity -- those who played both baseball and football at the highest level -- and walking across a parking lot in a pullover and slacks, he still looks like he could suit up in pads and make a couple of tackles or hit a fastball over the leftfield fence without breaking a sweat.
What he can't do very well is hit a golf ball.
But Jordan is not alone on that front. There are certain sports where professional-grade athleticism does not guarantee performance. That fact was blindingly evident on the driving range at the Chateau Elan Resort, whe...