— Golf Digest (@GolfDigest) February 6, 2015
The Golf Blog says: Don’t feel sorry for Tiger Woods if he is forced to retire one day due to all of his injuries. The guy has made over $1.3 billion in his career from tournaments and endorsements.
— Telegraph Sport (@TelegraphSport) February 6, 2015
On Golf: Short Game Leaves Tiger Woods Struggling http://t.co/aq1uahTkGe
— The New York Times (@nytimes) February 5, 2015
The Golf Blog says: Click here for the video of Tiger Woods shanking a pitch right in front of coach Chris Como, Billy Horschel, and Pat Perez. It looks like Tiger is still lost with his short game. Oy vey. At least Horschel is trying to help Tiger with his chipping!!
— Golf Central (@GolfCentral) February 4, 2015
The Golf Blog says: What the heck has happened to Tiger Woods’ short game?Tweet
— Golf World (@GolfWorld) January 29, 2015
— Brad Ingarfield (@bradingarfield) January 28, 2015
— Golf.com (@golf_com) January 30, 2015
The Golf Blog says: Tiger Wooods’ vaunted short game has completely abandoned him. Even worse, he now has the dreaded chipping yips–yes, yips–and can’t seem to hit a chip off the fairway. Tiger’s resorted to hitting a 4-iron and putter on some holes instead of a wedge for his chips. He shot a 44 on his first nine and is poised to shoot an 82 at the aptly titled Waste Management Phoenix Open. It was Tiger’s worst round as a professional. He is dead last at +13.
After the round, Tiger said his swing change from Sean Foley (steep angle) to Chris Como (shallower angle) has affected his chipping because the bottom is different. Tiger said he won’t be staying around for the Super Bowl and will head home today.
— BBC Sport (@BBCSport) January 30, 2015
— Golf Predictor (@GolfPredictor) January 26, 2015
The Golf Blog says: Oh boy!Tweet