Rory McIlroy and his newly fit physique advance to the second round in match play. Remember all the way back to January, when Hank Haney and Brandel Chamblee had the golf world all worked up over how Tiger Woods’ overly bulked up biceps were wrecking the swing of the world No. Show More Summary
Tiger and Hank Haney engage in a bit of tit for tat after Woods gets off to the worst two-tourney start in his career. Tiger Woods will "absolutely" win more majors, according to his most recent former coach, but that does not mean Hank Haney believes the world No. Show More Summary
You would think after a 2013 Player of the Year season, it would be some time before Tiger's swing was critiqued in the 2014 season. You would be wrong. It didn't take long for the swing of Tiger Woods to come under scrutiny in the 2014 season. Show More Summary
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Forget the fact that Tiger Woods just came off a five-win season in 2013 where he won two World Golf Championships events and the Players Championship, not to mention Player of the Year, because after one bad week in 2014 the critics...Show More Summary
Recently Hank Haney tweeted his opinion on why Tiger struggled at the U.S. Open, I give my opinion on why he should keep his trap shut.
Tiger Woods loses a couple of golf tourneys by whopping margins and amateur psychologists start questioning the state of the world No. 1's inner Eldrick. First, Hank Haney teed off on what was going on inside the brain of his ex-student. Show More Summary
Hank Haney is back at it again, and this time it's Tiger Woods' major preparation that is under scrutiny. Haney, a former instructor of Woods and a man that wrote a book that jumped a little too deep into "off the record" talk between...Show More Summary
T iger Woods’ nagging elbow pain may hinder his chances of winning his 15th major at next month’s British Open, but it’s his game prep -- or lack thereof -- that has former coach, Hank Haney, expanding on why he believes the world No. Show More Summary
Tiger Woods may be favored to win next month’s British Open by the same blokes who picked him to end his five-year major-less drought at last week’s U.S. Open, but the world No. 1 may want to familiarize himself with the Muirfield greens...Show More Summary
Swing coach Hank Haney, whose working relationship with Tiger Woods ended abruptly after the golfer's fall from grace, said his former employer looks ready to resume his climb up the majors list at next week's U.S. Open.
Someone get Hank Haney on the phone.
In light of last week's video of Bubba Watson driving a hovercraft golf cart, here's an anecdote that we had totally forgotten about: Tiger Woods once owned a tricked-out golf cart. Hank Haney, Tiger's old swing coach, wrote in his book...Show More Summary
Michael Phelps may be an 18-time gold medal winner but that doesn’t mean he’s going to take to golf like, ahem, a duck to water. So when the frustrations of the game inevitably caught up with Hank Haney’s newest project during Monday’s...Show More Summary
If you are going to talk to an Olympian and have nothing to ask, you might as well embarrass yourself in front of the greatest one alive. Yes, yours truly recently had a chance to catch up with Olympic great Michael Phelps and his golfing coach Hank Haney – he only helped a little known [...]
Michael Phelps has traded in his flippers for a set of golf clubs and is the latest celebrity student of golf pro Hank Haney, on The Golf Channel’s Haney Project.
While it was fun to see what Hank Haney could do with Charles Barkley's
Most-Decorated Olympian of All Time Attempts to Improve Game under Guidance of Famed Swing Coach Hank Haney
All that work with noted golf instructor Hank Haney on the driving range appears to be paying off for Michael Phelps. The Olympic golf medalist, who's going to be on the "Haney Project" in 2013, is already making strides on golf's biggest...Show More Summary
Olympic legend Michael Phelps has picked up golf, taking on Hank Haney as an instructor and managing to register as a 24 handicap. He's playing with Paul Casey at the Dunhill Links Championship pro-am today in Scotland, and he managed to land a putt measured by the Daily Mail as a 50-yarder. Show More Summary