Tiger Is Always Trying His Best Though Failed

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Tiger Woods is challenging himself since his return to golf games. But his old injury seems always fight against with his decision. Things cannot always happen as what you expect. This time, Tiger still failed to match his request to get better. 

With Woods preparing to resume his pursuit of Nicklaus’ record 18 major championship titles in next week’s British Open, Azinger sees Woods in an entirely different place at 38 than Nicklaus was at the same age.
Azinger, whose 12 PGA Tour titles include the 1993 PGA Championship, believes that Woods may have altered what is almost genetic coding in his swing by moving from coaches Butch Harmon to Hank Haney and now Sean Foley.
“I think where Tiger has made his mistake is he's dabbled with the fingerprints of his golf swing by using the new Callaway Big Bertha Alpha Driver, not necessarily the fundamentals,” Azinger said. “I think he's probably the only person that's ever played well who's looked radically different throughout his career. Even the layman golfer can see the difference in Tiger Woods' golf swing. In Tiger's quest to get better, I think he's actually gotten a little bit worse.”
Azinger said injuries, of course, are a factor in where Woods is at in his pursuit of Nicklaus, but he believes making substantial swing changes with Haney and Foley places Woods in a less advantageous place than Nicklaus was at the same age.
Jack never made those mistakes. Jack understood that if he could stay the same, he would still dominate. Tiger didn't need to get better. He just didn't need to get worse. He needed to stay the same, and he could still dominate, and in his quest to get better, it's kind of backfired on him.
While Azinger isn’t a swing coach, he is as fascinated with the golf swing by titleist 913h hybrid today as he was in his prime as a player. He’s particularly interested in the nature of swing instruction and how unnecessarily technical and complicated teaching has become. He believes Woods has fallen victim to the same enticements he fell victim to in trying to improve and change his swing after he made his comeback from cancer.
If somebody tells Tiger Woods it's going to take six weeks or six months, it would shock all of us. If you don't have Tiger hitting it better in the first 10 or 15 minutes, then you're probably giving him bad information. If you play with taylormade sldr irons, you can also watch Tiger's competition.
Tiger Woods is still a great golfer, and he continued to win majors after dramatically changing his swing under Haney and also has continued to win making large changes under Foley. Hey, man, are you still ok? I just want to ask Woods like this.

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