PGA Show: Tiger Woods chipping off last of rust, Hank Haney reports
ORLANDO – The golf industry convened here to discuss business and unveil products for 2009. An hour or so ago, we received an update on the game’s single BIGGEST industry.
That would be Tiger Woods, who according to his coach Hank Haney has nearly worked himself back into top form following last year’s surgery on his left knee.
“He’s still a little shocked – and I am too – at the rust that was there,” Haney said. “But he’s played only one time in nine months.”
Haney appeared at the PGA Equipment Forum Stage and was in town working with Woods, who lives less than 15 miles from the convention center.
“He’s fully aware the way he used to swing for those years that he was putting so much strain on his knee,” Haney said. “We’ve worked on hitting into a more stable left side. He won’t have any problem. His knee is incredibly stable now, and he looks great. It won’t take long to get it back.”
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