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Tiger's New Swing

Tiger Woods, the world’s greatest golfer, has switched teachers and everybody is talking about his new swing. There have been numerous changes to his technique since renowned author and golf instructor John Andrisani’s bestselling The Tiger Woods Way hit the shelves in 1997. And the overall improvement in Woods’ game has everyone asking the same question: what is he doing differently since switching to teaching guru Hank Haney and how can I use these lessons to improve my own game?

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Tiger Woods, the world’s greatest golfer, has switched teachers and everybody is talking about his new swing. There have been numerous changes to his technique since renowned author and golf instructor John Andrisani’s bestselling The Tiger Woods Way hit the shelves in 1997. And the overall improvement in Woods’ game has everyone asking the same question: what is he doing differently since switching to teaching guru Hank Haney and how can I use these lessons to improve my own game?

Drawing from interviews with golf instructors familiar with Tiger’s swing, professional golfers who have played with Tiger, television golf analysts, and his own independent study and analysis of Tiger’s game, Andrisani offers detailed, easy-to-follow instructions on Woods’ new swing in short, simple chapters for the first time anywhere. With numerous photos–clearly showing the difference between Tiger’s new and old swing–this book is a must-have for Tiger fans and golfers everywhere.

 

  •  Hardback | 158 pages
  •  152 x 222 x 19.05mm | 318g
  •  31 Dec 2002
  •  Penguin Putnam Inc
  •  G P Putnam’s Sons
  •  New York, United States
  •  English
  •  0399148434
  •  9780399148439
  • Author John Andrisani

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1 review for Tiger’s New Swing

  1. John Andrisani

    The chief reason for writing Tiger’s New Swing was to benefit the majority of golfers that slice the ball into trouble, well right of the manicured fairway grass, and need to put more control into their driver-swing. Trust me changing a slice-swing to a fade-swing is far easier than a slice-player changing to a draw-shot golfer.
    Following the same easy-to-follow advice teacher Hank Haney gave Tiger, regarding how to setup and swing to hit a controlled left-to-right super-powerful fade shot off the tee, will help you land a higher percentage of controlled drives onto the fairway and, in turn, hit a higher percentage of greens in regulation and, as a result, shoot lower scores.

    — John Andrisani

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