More advice for Tiger Woods…

this comes from Tom Kite. And Woods’ swing coach Sean Foley won’t like it.
“If I was Tiger, I’d be pulling out swings from 2000, trying to figure out what I did there,” Kite said. “I don’t know what happened between he and Butch Harmon. Obviously, some bad water went under that bridge. When Tiger was with Butch, he was the best player in the game.
“He has not been quite as good since that time. I don’t know whether it’s personalities or an argument that needs to be rectified. I’d still try to do what Butch taught me if I was him.”

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