It’s been a bumpy road to this year’s Masters

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It’s been a bumpy road to this year’s Masters

Tiger Woods attributes his lack of success lately to what he calls the most dramatic swing change of his career – greater than the change under Butch Harmon after the ’97 Masters and greater than when he went to Hank Haney in 2004.
A toddler sitting on his father’s shoulder behind the third green at Bay Hill broke the silence Wednesday morning with a comment that made the gallery laugh and caused Tiger Woods to break into a big smile. “I hope you win, Tiger,” the boy said. “Me, too,” Woods said.
It’s not just Tiger Woods who seems to be fading as the next batch of emerging stars are thriving on the PGA Tour. Phil Mickelson has not won anywhere in the world since the Masters last year, and he decided to enter this weekend’s Arnold Palmer Invitational at the last minute.

It’s been a bumpy road to this year’s Masters

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Tiger Woods attributes his lack of success lately to what he calls the most dramatic swing change of his career – greater than the change under Butch Harmon after the ’97 Masters and greater than when he went to Hank Haney in 2004.
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A toddler sitting on his father’s shoulder behind the third green at Bay Hill broke the silence Wednesday morning with a comment that made the gallery laugh and caused Tiger Woods to break into a big smile. “I hope you win, Tiger,” the boy said. “Me, too,” Woods said.
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It’s not just Tiger Woods who seems to be fading as the next batch of emerging stars are thriving on the PGA Tour. Phil Mickelson has not won anywhere in the world since the Masters last year, and he decided to enter this weekend’s Arnold Palmer Invitational at the last minute.
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