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Originally Posted by senorchipotle

http://www.pgatour.com/tournaments/r476/video/?/video/video/pga-tour/highlights/2011/08/02/qt_11wgcbridge_tue_woods_entire_prs.pgatour

tiger's interview on tues at the bridgestone. he's lost quite a bit of weight as well. somebody needs to tell him to shave that ugly chin hair.



Thanks for posting that link, I looked for it when I got home from work yesterday and couldnt find it.

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oh man, i so want tiger to do well.  hes been out for way too long, and way too long without winning.  GO TIGER!!!  I LOVE YOU MAN!!!!

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has anyone noticed how much more bent over he is at address?  I was thinking that he was a little too upright back at the masters for this new swing and it looks like he's corrected that in the clips on golf channel.

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yep, thanks for the video.  In addition to being a little more bent over at address..his shoulder plane is a little steeper now and his left arm is almost on exactly the same plane.  It's what we saw at the masters but more refined essentially.

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yep, thanks for the video.  In addition to being a little more bent over at address..his shoulder plane is a little steeper now and his left arm is almost on exactly the same plane.  It's what we saw at the masters but more refined essentially.

These views aren't exactly the same so the comparison isn't perfect, but his swing isn't all that different at all from before the injury. At least his posture and his shoulder. [URL=http://thesandtrap.com/image/id/163264/width/1000/height/800][IMG]http://thesandtrap.com/image/id/163264/width/1000/height/500[/IMG][/URL]

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Originally Posted by Callahan14

I am sure TW will play well, Maybe this will spark a flame under Phil's butt to start playing better,

Should be interesting.



I always liked the little rivalry they had.  I miss it.  You could tell from press conferences that they didn't like each other.  I just want to see Tiger compete again.  It's just not the same without him competing.

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FIR's -  This is what Tiger needs.  He's great at getting out of trouble, but not after a long layoff.  230yd hooks around trees are not what you want to be doing after not playing for so long.  I'm sure he's been practicing chips and putts enough.

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Originally Posted by Wallstreet

I always liked the little rivalry they had.  I miss it.  You could tell from press conferences that they didn't like each other.  I just want to see Tiger compete again.  It's just not the same without him competing.

Seems like Phil has lost his edge since Tiger dropped off the earth, I always like that rivalry myself.

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