The 25-year-old amputee sprinter, who has switched to golf in Scotland this week as one of the celebrities at the Dunhill Links Championship pro-am, told Press Association Sport: "I had to do a 'Dancing with the Stars' thing last year in Italy.
"I would like to have two left feet, but I have no feet at all! That for me was by far the most nerve-wracking thing I've ever done.
"It was 157 seconds of absolute torture - but a lot of fun."
Pistorius partners Paul McGinley at Carnoustie tomorrow alongside Colin Montgomerie and Sir Steve Redgrave and has warned them not to expect too much.
"My golf is rubbish at the moment and I've got quite a dodgy game as it is. Tuesday I shot 88 or 89 and today (in his final practice round) I shot closer to triple digits."
Pistorius, who had a double below-the-knee amputation as a baby after being born without a fibula in either leg, was bought his first set of clubs as a teenager, but running soon took over his life.
He competed in the London Olympics in both the 400metres and 4x400m relay and then won two golds at the Paralympics to take his career total to six.
The man known as "Blade Runner" is aiming for the 2016 Games in Rio and then possibly one more year of competition after that.
He added: "I'll be 30 then, so it's fairly early for a sprinter, but I've been running since I was 17 and internationally since 2007.
"It's a very demanding career and I would like t