But officials say a round of golf wasn't the only thing he shot.
When the noises of a red-shouldered hawk angered Isenhour, he began hitting golf balls at the federally protected bird, according to the charging documents posted on The Smoking Gun.
Isenhour, filming at the Grand Cypress Golf Course in December, teed off several times before one of his golf balls hit the hawk, knocking it from a tree.
The hawk died.
Apparently Isenhour wasn't that confident in his aim, remarking that he didn't think he would hit it, the documents said.
Charges were filed Wednesday against Isenhour, whose real name is John Henry Isenhour III, for cruelty to animals and killing a migratory bird.
Read the charging documents at The Smoking Gun.