Re: Did Tiger ruin his swing my training to hard
Originally Posted by iacas
True, but that's why I said "in the end", i.e. he is suffering from the consequences of being a swinger, not felt at the time but leading to what we see. Obviously, I am referring to the predicament that he has put himself in with his "other" swing. He will likely do better from that perspective now that he can 'swing' away, since he has already demonstrated that this will not adversely affect his golf swing. He has shown that he has the determination and won't just rest on his laurels. He has his eyes on the prize, and perhaps seeks redemption with the big win, who knows ....
Shorty: I trust that you get my point now. Noone disagrees about his place in the pantheon of golf etc etc, and I also want to see him make it back to where he would have been if he hadn't screwed up his personal life as he did. It wasn't time that found him out, it was his wife.