I’m putting this far more on JS than the coach. Students need to do the work. Cameron is not like an NFL coach who has to game plan or even like other major sport coaches. He works on a player’s specific swing to make it consistent in competition. For all we know, there is a small fault they are trying correct that is just being stubborn. Or, maybe the competition has just raised up to where JS is just average now. He is not long, so he needs to be accurate.
I’ve had great teachers in my schooling. Not all the students got an A. Do we replace the teacher because the student didn’t put in the work?
It’s not so much I’m blaming Cameron. I’m simply saying he’s not the solution. And if he’s telling JS the right stuff and three years of hacking persists then Cameron should tell him to go elsewhere. Not in a feuding manner, in a caring matter.
I think if we consider the role of a coach it’s reasonable to say Cameron isn’t filling this role effectively based on the results we’re seeing from JS. But I’d like to know what Cameron has suggested because clearly whatever they’ve worked on isn’t fixing this mess.
Maybe his coach needs to fire him, if this is the case. When he was winning, Jordan looked so natural, at least to me, hitting the ball. He just seemed to see the shot, and hit it. He swung so hard on his opening tee shot yesterday, I thought he was going to fall. I don’t know what he and Cam are working on, but it clearly is not working. He looks like he has the weight of the world on his shoulders.