Sorry to say, but your swing still s...cks! Here's the way I see it...first of all, dump Foley altogether, good for you for telling him not to follow you around the course anymore, the irritating little troll! Hes not good for you, nor your swing. Tiger shoulda never been a Stack and Tilt Guy...youre too classic for that sheister-type of swing, and as you can see, it'll never hold under pressure! Frontwards loading and frontwards unloading is unnatural, and static! Dump it all together for God's sake, and swing like an athlete, not like an accountant on steroids.
Secondly, work with the fundamentals...like alignment. Your alignment is awful! From driver to irons, and even putter, you're aimed left! You cut across everything with an open face, and expect to get the right distances? Yeah, maybe for a 12 handicap. Most of the putts you miss are left of the target...where you're aligned to. Oh, your Dad would give you he...l for such a simple fundamental mistake...go read your first book with your Dad in it...How To Train A Tiger.
Lastly, get rid of those freaking loafers your playing with...you look like you should be playing hacky-sack, or getting ready to go to sleep with them slippers on. Play with classic leathers, with a higher heel, and more weight to your balls of your feet (where you're more athletic), and can swing squarely, not open and glancing the ball like you do, and making misses so un-Tigerlike of yore, like even to the flag, not 30 yards short or 40 yards long!
So upsetting to see you play this way.
73 wins, 14 majors, i think that gives you the right to do ANYTHING you want to. jmho, of course.
have a nice day.
All history buddy...get with the now!
MAYBE STACK AND TILT IS BETTER FOR HIS KNEES.
ATLEAST GIVE HIM TIME TO GET USED TO IT.
The poor weekend at the U.S Open can be attributed to short game issues. His ball striking, despite some missclubs here and there, was exceptional throughout Memorial and the U.S Open.
Trust me it's not a dependable swing, not a go-to swing, like he had before. Way too controlled, contrived, forced, and unnatural...his body is fighting it. He needs to get back-to-basics; most notably his alignment, natural weight transfer, better footwork, extension and release. I've been studying the golf swing for over 25 years, and his since he won the U.S. Amateur three times.