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post #163 of 186
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Grant is an interesting choice. I know he works with Joseph Mayo in teaching; does Mayo come with Waite? Would be an interesting bit of work to see those guys work with Tiger. 

 

As Mike said, they've basically gone their separate ways, with each having a group of regular PGA Tour players.

 

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I've been seeing and hearing some chatter about Chuck Cook, too. What is he like, in terms of instructor quality? 

 

I'll just say: "He's coached a lot of PGA Tour players."

post #164 of 186
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they've basically gone their separate ways

Who kept the dog?

:-P 

post #165 of 186

Is Patrick57 available? :whistle:

post #166 of 186

Well, if Grant worked with Tiger, and Mayo came as part of the package, I bet that Tiger would beat Joe with his 9i to shut him up.

 

:-$ 

 

But they split up some time ago.

post #167 of 186
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Originally Posted by Missouri Swede View Post
 

Is Patrick57 available? :whistle:

Shhh! Don't say that outloud! 

post #168 of 186
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Shhh! Don't say that outloud! 

He only said it once, there's no harm in that.  If he says it three times, though ... I think that's when we have to worry. ;)

post #169 of 186
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It be fun watching Tiger attempt the Wie putting set-up. b1_ohmy.gif

Ouch.  Just the thought makes MY back hurt.:~(

post #170 of 186
I'd like to see him pick somebody not on the media radar. GW sounds like a good choice, but it would be more interesting to see the whole golf world react, who? I don't have anyone in mind, it's just to antagonize the preconception that anyone good is in the media radar. The press though they all act all
like they're experts, is just that. For the most part, an act.
post #171 of 186
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Originally Posted by iacas View Post
 

 

As Mike said, they've basically gone their separate ways, with each having a group of regular PGA Tour players.

 

 

I'll just say: "He's coached a lot of PGA Tour players."

Erik, might be off topic, but could you explain the difference of being a (good) coach for Joe (the HackerStacker) of the tour pro? I mean, you might well be a greaat coach for the weekend golfer, but not for the pro. Do you need extra/other qualifications? In technical terms? Would there be a difference between a tour coach or a non tour coach.

post #172 of 186
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Erik, might be off topic, but could you explain the difference of being a (good) coach for Joe (the HackerStacker) of the tour pro? I mean, you might well be a greaat coach for the weekend golfer, but not for the pro. Do you need extra/other qualifications? In technical terms? Would there be a difference between a tour coach or a non tour coach.

 

If I may throw in my two cents, a good teacher is a good teacher, but someone who teaches pros and the like, I would guess that the psychologist part is much more for the pros.

post #173 of 186
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If I may throw in my two cents, a good teacher is a good teacher, but someone who teaches pros and the like, I would guess that the psychologist part is much more for the pros.

My cents also.

post #174 of 186
I heard Azinger will step up to be Tiger's swing coach maybe then he can teach Tiger the 3 principles of the swing.
post #175 of 186

Tiger had a better year in 2013 then Rocco had a career....and Rocco hits it short

post #176 of 186

I would love to see Tiger work with Grant Waite

post #177 of 186
Of course you would because then all of you SnT clowns could try to take even more credit for it.-Just like you do for anyone regardless of who they work for What they Teach or WHo they learned under.
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I would love to see Tiger work with Grant Waite
Oh look- Another Tour player with a stick ageainst his head! PARADIGM SHIFT!-Please child.

Edit: S&T 2.0 DVDs and Pressure/Weight Forward - An Examination-At least Sean and Grant know thats a joke.
post #178 of 186

I think the coaching is unnecessary. If he can't play by now, he never will. How many coaches does Bubba have? How many coaches did Sam have when he fashioned clubs from tree limbs anf developed his swing from there?

post #179 of 186
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Originally Posted by Dick View Post
 

I think the coaching is unnecessary. If he can't play by now, he never will. How many coaches does Bubba have? How many coaches did Sam have when he fashioned clubs from tree limbs anf developed his swing from there?


The game has moved on from the times of Sam Snead.

 

Bubba has coaches. Heck, one of them is the topic of the top story on the blog: http://thesandtrap.com/b/throwing_darts/talking_to_bubba_watsons_coach_andrew_fischer_of_fishfit .

post #180 of 186
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The game has moved on from the times of Sam Snead.

 

Also while they may not have had "coaches", players would regularly ask other players to watch their swings and give advice.

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