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Entries from January 2012

Woods blows his chance to build momentum

January 30th, 2012 · No Comments

I had the obvious headline written for this piece on Saturday night – “Tiger is Back.” And he would have been if not for a final round of 72 at the Abu Dhabi, which dropped him into a 3t. After all, Woods was slamming his clubs again, he was hitting greens like a machine (85% […]

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Tags: The Majors

Haney presents his side of the story

January 26th, 2012 · No Comments

I have been a little hard on Hank Haney of late because he chose to write The Big Miss, an unauthorized semi-biography/instructional on Tiger Woods. Still, every dog deserves his day in court and Haney had his today with his appearance on Morning Drive. So, did Haney do us fans a service in writing this […]

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Tags: The Game · Tiger vs. Jack

Woods should be angry about The Big Miss

January 24th, 2012 · No Comments

Hank Haney and the media just don’t get it. They think that because Tiger Woods has not read The Big Miss that he has no reason to be upset about it – yet. “I’m not sure I understand the unprofessionalism part. He hasn’t read the book. There’s a lot of positives in there. I think […]

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Tags: Tiger vs. Jack

Woods calls Haney “Unprofessional”

January 19th, 2012 · 1 Comment

Big surprise about Hank Haney’s upcoming book, The Big Miss: Tiger Woods is pissed. According to Woods, “I just think this book is very self serving.” This dovetails with the point I made about Haney is the previous column – that he is one opportunistic S.O.B. To make matters worse, the book is to be […]

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Tags: The Majors · Tiger vs. Jack

Haney’s book on Woods shows Haney to be a world class opportunist

January 9th, 2012 · 4 Comments

It’s coming, and soon (late March) – a tell all book about Tiger Woods written by one of the people who was closest to him, his former instructor Hank Haney. The book is titled The Big Miss, a name that has “multiple meanings” according to Haney. That is, super wild drives and a big missed […]

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Tags: Media Matters · The Game

On McIlroy and Talent

January 3rd, 2012 · No Comments

Here is Jay Townsend’s take on Rory McIlroy on the Golf Channel’s Morning Drive today: “He should win because of his talent.” “He is the most talented player in the game.” The announcers make the mistake of talking only about physical talent, perhaps because they can see a player hit shots, but cannot see inside […]

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Tags: Challengers · The Game