Tiger needs taming
Tiger Woods must install a new coach in order to end his slump, Ross McFarlane told Sky Sports News.
Ross McFarlane believes Tiger Woods is in desperate need of a new coach to help him overcome his alarming slump in form. The 14-time major champion carded a dismal score of 18-over par at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational to finish 78th in the 80-man field, his worst performance since turning professional in 1997. Woods - who had won the tournament for the last four years and seven times in the previous decade - looked a shadow of his former self at the Firestone Country Club.
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