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Tiger Woods’ DUI arrest elicits bad jokes but mostly sadness

Tiger’s DUI arrest is just “sad,” says Woods’ ex-coach Hank Haney. We agree. Tiger Woods is once again front-page news — but certainly not in the way the former world No. 1 hoped or envisioned. Tiger boosters and critics were greeted...Show More Summary

Tiger Woods can win again, says ex-coach Hank Haney

Tiger Woods will lug a host of questions with him to his first PGA Tour start in more than a year, but Hank Haney is sure about one thing: if he’s healthy, his former student can add to his 79 career victories. "He’s still Tiger Woods,"...Show More Summary

Hank Haney believes everything Tiger Woods’ ex-caddie Steve Williams says

Steve Williams ‘just doesn’t’ lie, says Tiger Woods’ former swing coach, Hank Haney. If Tiger Woods’ former caddie Steve Williams says his ex-boss treated him like a "slave," then it must be so, according to the logic of another bygone intimate of the 14-time major champion, Hank Haney. "Steve Williams is the last person in the world that would lie. Show More Summary

Tiger Woods faces ‘tedious and long’ rehab on his way to breaking Jack Nicklaus' majors record

Tiger Woods, who has yet to start rehabbing from the back surgery he had in September, still has surpassing Jack Nicklaus’ mark of 18 majors on his to-do list. Tiger Woods, despite what his ex-coach Hank Haney may aver, really wantsShow More Summary

Golf Channel analyst shreds the theory that Tiger Woods has a shot at the British Open in a 4-minute monologue

There's some cautious optimism around Tiger Woods going into the British Open. His old swing coach Hank Haney, who has been critical of Tiger and even wrote a tell-all book about their relationship, said on Twitter that he has a "real shot to win." Tiger himself has sounded relatively confident in interviews. Show More Summary

For Tiger Woods, Chambers Bay presents a ‘brutal,’ ‘frustrating,’ ‘uphill’ challenge

If Tiger Woods struggles at Chambers Bay this week, it won’t be for lack of preparation. Tiger Woods, in the estimation of one of his former coaches, fails to prepare enough for major championships. Maybe Hank Haney has a different view...Show More Summary

Tiger Woods will win 15th major but was never in it at Augusta, says Hank Haney

Now that Tiger Woods seems to have his short game under control, Hank Haney says his ex-student must fix his long game if he’s going to win again. Tiger Woods has been down so long, his ex-coach Hank Haney opined, that his T17 finish...Show More Summary

Tiger Woods’ chipping yips make it too risky to play Masters, says Hank Haney

Hank Haney believes Tiger Woods’ short game is not ready for prime time -- or the Masters. Tiger Woods’ struggles with his short game may be news to many in the golf world but he has shown signs of the chipping yips for years, according to Hank Haney, the former world No. Show More Summary

Hank Haney says Tiger Woods doesn’t care about breaking Jack Nicklaus’ record

Breaking Jack Nicklaus’ record of 18 major championships ‘doesn’t matter’ to Tiger Woods, says former coach Hank Haney. Tiger Woods, who reportedly frustrates the hell out of his instructors, could not care less about breaking Jack Nicklaus’...Show More Summary

State Of The Game Podcast 50: Hank Haney

Instructor and SiriusXM radio host Hank Haney joined State Of The Game for an hour

Tiger Woods Freaked Out When He Watched His Historic 1997 Masters Win And Decided To Completely Change His Swing

Tiger Woods has consistently tweaked and changed his swing since he went pro. This drives a lot of golf fans and commentators crazy. In his book, ex-coach Hank Haney described Tiger as "a chronic experimenter" who obsessively tried to improve, even if that meant dismantling the swing that made him the world's best in the first place. Show More Summary

Tiger Woods’ new swing coach Notah Begay?

Tiger Woods says he will be his own swing coach for the foreseeable future but having good friend Notah Begay III by his side makes a lot of sense. Tiger Woods said Thursday he may take the advice of ex-instructor Hank Haney and other notables and serve as his own swing coach for the foreseeable future, but it sure sounded as if the former world No. Show More Summary

Tiger Woods says swing coaches don't understand tournament pressure

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To paraphrase Will Smith, Coaches just don't understand. That's how Tiger Woods feels about golf coaches, including the three he's worked with over the course of his professional career. While not mentioning Butch Harmon, Hank HaneyShow More Summary

Reviewing the Sean Foley era of Tiger Woods' career

Tiger has sacked his swing coach Sean Foley, who can now commiserate with Butch Harmon and Hank Haney. Under Foley, Tiger shot back to No. 1 in the world but went four seasons without a major. Here's a timeline Foley redesign era ofShow More Summary

Tiger Woods is ill-prepared for 2014 British Open, says Hank Haney

Hank Haney takes aim once again at his favorite target, Tiger Woods, ahead of next week’s British Open. Tiger Woods is slated to make his second competitive start following back surgery at next week’s British Open on a Hoylake course he bent to his will on the way to winning the 2006 Open Championship. Show More Summary

Hank Haney on Tiger Woods: He 'doesn't care as much as he used to'

With the British Open a little more than a week away, Hank Haney isn't giving Tiger Woods much chance to win.

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