GClub It might have been the Dream Team pairing of golfer and teacher over a decade ago, but don’t think Tiger Woods will be returning to Butch Harmon after the announcement that he would be parting ways with Sean Foley.
This is all according to Harmon, the 70-year-old instructor that worked with Woods up until 2004 and was a part of eight of the 14 majors Tiger was able to win.
สมัคร GClub Harmon told the Golf Channel’s Rex Hoggard that with Woods coachless once more, a reunion between the two isn’t just unlikely, but it won’t be happening.
“No I would not and he’s not going to call and ask,” Harmon told the Golf Channel. “I don’t think he needs a swing coach. If I were advising Tiger I’d tell him, ‘You’re the greatest player that ever lived, just go to the range and hit shots.’”
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เว็บแทงบอล IBC Hunter Mahan — One of the reasons the FedEx Cup playoffs are a cool end to the season is it gives people a chance to still have a monumental, season-changing win. The 2014 Barclays saw a list of guys that needed a victory, including Jim Furyk, Jason Day and the man listed here in Hunter Mahan. It had been more than two years since his last win, and Mahan was in need of a solid final round to give himself a chance, but that seems to be the way he likes to win golf tournaments. With his closing 65 at the Barclays, Mahan made it four of five stroke play wins that included a final round of 65 or lower, meaning when he sees the trophy and is feeling that his game is clicking, it’s game-on when Sundays roll around.