Skip to comments.Haney walks away from Woods
Posted on 05/10/2010 9:38:41 PM PDT by killer_rat
Hank Haneys six-year run as Tiger Woods swing coach is over.
Haney told Golf Channel late Monday that he has informed Woods that he will no longer be his coach.
Just so there is no confusion, I would like to make it clear that this is my decision, Haney said in a statement released to Golf Channel.
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I can’t say I blame anyone who would want to cut ties with woods.
Fanboys incoming in 3...2...1...
I think Hank Haney is a classless act. Check out his wife from like Hooters or something he bought after his divorce. She’s like 30 years younger. I thought she was his young daughter. Nope. Girls got this loser by the small ones too.
OH BOO HOO!! The guy was bangin' anything he could get his wallet on and didn't give a rip about stopping until he got caught. Now the poor baby is "in recovery" for his "sex addiction".
Had he tried to do something about his "illness" before it became tabloid fodder maybe he would have a little less spotlight. Sow the wind, reap the whirlwind dumbass.
LOL! I was reading on the golf web site and also a writer on Brit paper that Tiger said he was 100% and ready to go at it on Tuesday of last week.
He never mentioned any problems. Sunday he mentions it has been bothering him for a long time. It may be game talk but the guy is just dishonest and creepy.
I think Haney’s reputation was going down the tubes because of this mess. Was it getting off roids or HGH that caused the slump? Is Tiger another Giambi, McGuire or Bonds - without the juice they are mortal?
Casualty of Hank hanging with Tiger’s posse including Barkley and Jordan-the gambler.
I am trying to figure out which recovery he is under going:
2. Sex Addiction
3. Steroids & HGH
4. Possibly STDs?
5. Some other ailment that crops up when he cannot hit a fairway to save his life even with a 3 wood.
6. Bulging neck muscle from hitting a fire hydrant?
7. Mental collapse on the course.
8. Hecklers and fans who are no longer fans.
40 million people are on food stamps, 17% are unemployed and poor Tiger’s getting outdriven off the tee by a lot of players now so we should feel sorry for him.
Chatting with co-workers the other day, and I lamented that a lot of the sports role models in this country have been in scandals, re-hab, or afoul of the law.
Shortly thereafter I realized that heck, I should be THEIR role model!