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Tiger: Step Two

Discussion in 'Non-Vegas Chat' started by ken2v, Aug 25, 2014.

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  1. ken2v

    ken2v This Space For Rent

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    OK, Tiger already did the first thing he needed to do, shut it down until he's healthy. Parting ways with Foley is #2.
     
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    But where does he go next? In a perfect world he would beg Butch to take him back as that is probably one of the few who can get him back to where he needs to be to compete for the record. In reality, taking on Tiger Woods at this point may be career suicide especially for someone like Butch with a stable of Mickelson, Fowler and Watney among others. Could he go a lesser known (outside the golf world) route like Chuck Cook (Luke Donald, Keegan Bradley, Jason Dufner and formerly Payne Stewart) or Claude Harmon III (whom Adam Scott and Ernie Else have worked with almost exclusively in recent years)? Does he make a "name splash" like Rick Smith, Jim McClean or Michael Breed? Does he fly solo as he possesses immense knowledge of the golf swing and positions? So many questions and only time will tell but I am very curious as to your take on it all Ken.
     
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    Someone, anyone, no one. It's not really a matter of who as much as how. Like the statement about Kobe being 70 in NBA years on the cover of SI, Tiger is battered and busted and reconstructed well past his nearly 39 chronological years. Butch is obvious because Butch pushes golfer not golf swing, and Cook is a great idea, too. Tiger does not need a system. He actually needs some old school in his swing. Longer, flowing, more moving parts and far less posting and positions, maybe even some reverse C despite the back. He needs to look to Veej or Snead at this point. Even Mickelson. Bubba.
     
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