I respectfully disagree. I understand your surprise with Tigers' collapse on the weekend, but what about Bay Hill and Muirfield? That swing is efficient, compact, and very effective. He was 2/12 with bunker saves in the U.S Open; how many strokes is that? His short game lost him the tournament.
He played bad on Saturday again, lost his momentum. I wouldn't call that a swing issue considering it has been a recurring issue for years. Complaining about his swing is like complaining about the split decision for the Pacman/Bradley fight. Tiger made the decision, and he's not going back.
If you do your homework, Sean Foley's history is working with the Stack 'N Tilt teachers, if you can call them that. He just made up another marketing name with his signature on it...wolf in sheep's clothing. Believe me, I want Tiger to win again, and dominate, but he'll never do it with that swing!
to levi ,
you think stack and lean is a bad swing for professionals ?
WHO WOULD YOU SUGGEST TO TIGER.?
BUTCH SAID I CAN'T HELP HIM I'M GETTING OLD AND HIS SWING WAS BAD FOR TIGERS KNEES.
HE HAS NO CHOICE, HIS KNEES ARE BAD.
TIGER PLAYED WITH NICK FALDO AND HE MADE HIM LOOSE.
RICK SMITH WORKED WITH PHIL, OK RESULTS
IDON'T KNOW WHO DEAN REINMUTH IS
AND I WOULD AGREE WITH YOU JOHN FLICK BECAUSE I WAS READING ABOUT HIM.
stack and lean gives great leverage and propellar like power threw the impact zone
so if you need 20 more yards with a stick maybe you should rethink that :)