How about that for a finish? The shot on 17 by Jr. Haas has got to be right up there beside Tigers chip-in on 16 at the Masters (you know the one I mean)!!!
I would like to chat a little about my friend Sean Foley. Sean gets a lot of press…rightfully so. I think it would be hard to suggest that he isn’t the #1 instructor in the world today. He is best known for being coach to Tiger Woods. On the surface it would be easy to say that based on World Rankings to suggest that he isn’t doing a very good job. However, if we were privy to his self-talk I could make a great argument that the issue is Tigers diminished self-confidence. Oh sure, he has more self confidence than several of us put together, BUT not as much as he had a couple of years ago. I don’t believe for a second that it takes this long to catch on to a swing change.
Let’s turn our attention to last weeks winner – Justin Rose and who would have won this week if not for a miracle shot from young Haas – Hunter Mahan. Do you know what these two young players have in common? Sean Foley.
When you make it to the top of your profession you often become a target. It comes with the territory. The bottom line is, his guys WIN!
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