Tiger Woods Swing Sequence Analysis: 2000 vs 2015

Summary and Complete Swing Sequence

All in all Tigers current struggle are pretty obvious. Everyone knows Tiger is older and his body has changed significantly, but I also think it is quite fair to say that there are certain things in his swing that could definitely improve and help lower his scores. Whether he will make those changes or prove me and many other golfing fanatics and critics wrong only time will tell. As a Tiger Woods fan I really hope that this is not how Tigers career ends as in my opinion he is the greatest player that has ever lived regardless as to whether he beats Jack’s records or not.

Tiger Woods Swing Sequence


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By |2016-11-02T06:51:30+00:00July 22nd, 2015|Blog|1 Comment

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Jamie McConnell
Originally from Co Meath, Ireland, Jamie McConnell moved to Dubai in 2013 to take up a full time coaching position at the Butch Harmon School of golf. As a full time teaching professional Jamie coaches both professionals and amateurs of varying abilities using the Harmon Family fundamentals to help them improve their game.

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  1. Charlie Edmonds 24 December 2015 at 6:07 am - Reply

    Think your analysis is spot on despite the two sequences being shot with cameras at clearly different levels from the ground. Interesting how Tiger’s clubface at the top of the move is fairly shut in 2000 and quite square in 2015. Good work though. At some point i think he became determined to produce a fade as his stock ball flight whereas in 2000 he hit high draws. This is likely tied in with the fact he addresses the ball oriented left of his target recently.

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