Many are encouraged by Tiger Woods’ recent recovery and his new-look swing – including his old coach Hank Haney.
Haney coached Woods during the most successful period of his career, and together the pair had an incredible 45% win rate in tournaments Tiger entered.
Woods recently shared a video of his new swing which got golf fans very excited:
Making Progress pic.twitter.com/I3MZhJ74kI
— Tiger Woods (@TigerWoods) October 15, 2017
And even Haney was encouraged by what he saw, tweeting that this was a ‘swing he could win with’.
That’s a swing he could win with, it’s not across the line and stuck inside coming down, a little stiff looking but it’s good enough https://t.co/ZlVyyCKG3H
— Hank Haney (@HankHaney) October 16, 2017
Newton’s 3rd Law-For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. https://t.co/LXsTPWbd1D
— Hank Haney (@HankHaney) October 17, 2017
It remains to be seen if the 14-time major champion truly can make a comeback after all his troubles on and off the course, but the professional verdict on his new swing is clearly positive.
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